D&D Beyond

D&D Beyond

By Curse, Inc.

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2018-03-05
  • Current Version: 1.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 113.91 MB
  • Developer: Curse, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 511 Ratings


Access all of your Dungeons & Dragons content anywhere you go with the D&D Beyond reader. - D&D products. Browse, unlock, and read the entire Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition library. - Offline access. Never miss your books, even in areas without wifi coverage. - Bookmarks and Search. Find the rules you need when you need them! - Display options. Read as you like in book, clean, or night modes.



  • good reference

    By anti142
    This app is good for reference on what spells do and such. I would definitely prefer if you could access character profiles like on the website, but otherwise it’s a good app. Functional, definitely.
  • Good Start

    By Loreador82
    Review would be higher if all quick links worked properly in all books and if it had character sheet support.
  • Needs character slots

    By Benjis angel
    Good app, but wish I could see my characters and the content I bought
  • Latest update completely broke app on iPhoneX

    By Daniel1986
    I’ve tried singing in and out of my account and restarting my phone. Event uninstalling and reinstalling the app. No dice. The app will load, but tapping on any compendium content, even the basic rules, immediately crashes the app.
  • I forget what it’s for

    By Rare Candy Gamer
    The update helped, I guess. Why doesn’t it come with character sheets to download, copy, fill, etc?
  • No sheet

    By SquirrellyDo
    No character sheet, no point.
  • Missing spells and other things

    By murrayzz1
    This is not a review but I wanted to say something’s 1. Can look at my characters 2.missing spells for the blood hunter That’s it, this app is still great and I love it Also I wish there was a way to put your books that u brought at the store onto this and make them online and not just paper Incase something gets damaged
  • I regularly run games with this app

    By jollygreengiant53
    The listings addition was a game changer for running games from my phone. Love it!!!
  • Good app, having troubles

    By Dragonwar54
    So I used this app for a little bit, but now I can’t open the basic rules. Plz fix
  • Fantastic concept, average execution

    By GTLongshot
    Cons: - Sometimes doesn’t load quickly, or at all. I’m hoping the offline functionality fixes this. I’ll come back and change this if it does. - Search function isn’t very “smart”. When I search for something specific in the books, it usually comes up with things that have nothing to do with what I searched for. I usually have to hunt through all the entries to find something that even applies. This is bad when you search for “longsword” and the weapon equipment section isn’t even the first on the list. - There is a lot more to D&D Beyond, but we haven’t heard a peep about adding new functions to the app. There have been promises, but the app has been out for a long time now. How is having access to the characters you created on the website not a priority? - You can’t read through the books like they’re the books. Well, not efficiently anyway. There is no page numbers, nor is there any easy way to get to a table of contents. It’s like they took the worst of the search functions and the worst of the scrolling functions and placed them both into the app. Pros: - The app is getting better, slowly, but it is getting better. And when they do an update, it usually works properly. It’s good that they’re not rushing updates just to make consumers happy, and instead focus on a quality product that doesn’t crash every other update. - It’s great having all the information for the game at your fingertips. I hated having to lug around all my books with me for every game. This makes using the resources available to much easier. - Subsection selections. This is new, I believe. It makes it a bit easier to search for something specific like a monster or a piece of equipment. All in all, I’d recommend the app, but just have patience when you use it. It’s not always intuitive, but it is always improving.