Get the average price of an item in Path of Exile with a simple right-click, with this open-source utility that makes it easier to sell low-value items
|Updated||November 13 2018|
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|Crack Size||285 KB|
|Systems||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
If you have a large number of low-value items in Path of Exile that need to be sold, looking up the current price for every single one of them can get quite tedious, and it takes up a lot of your time.
As a solution, you can try out Pricer, an open-source application that automatically grabs the current average price whenever you right-click an item. It can rely on several sources and it is very simple to use.
Once you have launched the application, you need to select your preferred league and one of the supported sources, then download the price data and run the service. What’s more, you can also lower the generated price by a certain percentage.
It is worth noting that, when using Poe.ovh, you also have the option of choosing between mean and median prices. This feature is not available when using Poe.ninja. As a fallback, the program can use PoePrices, though this option can be disabled.
After setting everything up, the application will output a buyout note with the average price whenever you right-click an item in a premium tab or any other tab. The action should be pretty much instant, so you will not be made to wait.
The program should be able to price virtually any item in the game, including uniques, gems, maps, divination cards, maps, currency, prophecies, essences, magic and rare items.
Pricer Crack sports a minimalistic and well-designed user interface, but it is worth noting that it cannot be minimized or sent to the tray area. On the whole, however, this is an impressive utility that, as a Path of Exile player, can save you a lot of time and effort, enabling you to sell items much more efficiently.
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