OpenDota is a volunteer-developed, open source platform providing Dota 2 data. It provides a web interface for casual users to browse through the collected data, as well as an API to allow developers to build their own applications with it.
Data is collected through the Steam WebAPI, as well as replay parsing of .dem files. The replay file contains much more data than the WebAPI, at the cost of additional CPU time spent to process the file. As a result, replay parsing can only be done for a subset of the matches played, while basic data from the API is collected for every public match.
Ratings and Reviews
Good start, aesthetics could still have some improvement though.
I’ve been a long time supporter of OpenDota and I love to see that they have an app. I think it’s good as an OpenDota Lite, but I would like to see it grow into being an app version of the real deal. The white space in the app is very strange for the color scheme of the website as well. All in all, it’s a good start and probably one of the best personal Dota apps right now and worth downloading. I’m excited to see it improve!
I don’t even play dota anymore, but if I did, I would definitely use this.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.