There are a number of useful player-made tools available to the capsuleer. While not exhaustive, this article does cover the major, currently developed, widely used third party tools for EVE players, compiled from original research and other sources.
Inclusion in this list is not an endorsement of a tool by EVE University, nor is omission a condemnation.
- 1 All In One Tools
- 2 Character Monitoring Tools
- 3 Fitting Tools
- 4 Fleet Tools
- 5 Intel Tools
- 6 Market and Industry Tools
- 7 Planetary Interaction Tools
- 8 Skill Planning Tools
- 9 Misc Tools
- 10 Retired
- 11 Footnotes
All In One Tools
While the tools in this section may not do everything the other tools do, they certainly aim to be comprehensive solutions for players, and cross multiple tool categories.
|EVE-HR||Any (Browser Based)||EVE-HR is a web browser based management interface that handles most of the corporations daily routines, it has a great amount of the most important management features that is needed, such as ESI checking, buy-back, recruitment, logistics, loyalty system, fleet up integration, and more features & functions being added in an intense interval.||Does work with ESI. Has Discord integration functionality, Fleet-Up notifications Integrated, Slack notifications are BEING integrated.
Character Monitoring Tools
No matter how hard we try, we can't be logged in to Eve all the time. So for when you have to be away from the game, you can keep an eye on various aspects of your account(s) with these tools.
|Evanova||Android||Evanova is an Android application for managing Eve Online characters and corporations and viewing Eve Online information.|
|EVESkillBoard||Web||A site for viewing and sharing of EVE Online pilot character sheets.||Works with ESI|
|EveDroid||Android||EVE Droid is a character monitoring and ship fitting tool for EVE Online.|
|Eve Mail||Windows Mobile / Phone||In-game mail reader for EVE Online.|
|Eve-Tracker||Windows Mobile / Phone||An app to keep track of characters / corporations in the universe of the MMORPG EVE Online.|
|jEveAsset||Windows / Linux / Mac||An asset manager for all accounts (incl. all characters and corporations) with one tool. Allows e.g. to search for items across accounts and to get the total value of all assets.||Works with ESI and EveKit|
|Neocom for EVE Online||iOS||View EVE Online characters and skills, browse EVE Online items database, analyze market information, test ship fits on an iPhone/iPad or iPod Touch.||Need to update to Neocom II https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/neocom-ii-for-eve-online/id1257353838?mt=8|
|EVEMON||Windows /Others through Emulation||View EVE Online characters and skills, skill queue timers and more||Works with ESI|
These tools help players manage, develop, and compare Ship Fittings.
|Pyfa||Mac/Linux/Windows||Python fitting assistant, a cross-platform fitting tool for EVE Online||EVE University has a Guide to using PYFA|
|EVE Workbench||Web||EVE Workbench is a tool where you can share and find fits and search through the market||-|
These tools provide players with additional information not available through the game client.
|aD Paste anything||Web||Parsing d-scan and interpreting local data||aDashboard tool|
|dotlan||Web||Maps focused on being clean and easily readable with the most important information for fleet roaming and planning.|
|Erik's EVE Tools||Slack||This app gives Slack users direct access to in-game information from any Slack channel. Main features include: Display current Jita prices for any item, search for public structures (e.g. Citadels) in any solar system, show current game server status and game time|
|Eve Gate Camp Check||Web||A navigation tool specifically aimed at avoiding gates where kills are currently taking place|
|Eve Incursions||Web||Provides an overview of the current incursions, active communities and incursion rat information.||Interested parties should contact the EVE University Incursion Community|
|EVE Incursion Warrior||Android||Mobile based Incursion alerts|
|Eve Structures||Web||Search tool for public accessible structures (e.g. Citadels) across New Eden|
|Eve-Survival||Web||Mission runners handbook, give advices on ship fittings and damage dealing types|
|Eve Who||Web||List members of a corp or alliance from out of game|
|Pirate's Little Helper||Mac/Linux (Wine)/Windows||Provides a toolbox for finding targets, avoiding ganks and other pilot information.||Open-Sourced as of 2017-06-13 and once again in development|
|PySpy||Windows / Mac / Linux||Fast and simple tool for gathering useful information on character names from the in-game local chat window. Identifies cyno toons, HIC pilots, etc.||Open-Source with automatic daily remote database updates|
|Timer Calculator||Web||Calculates structure timers (such as citadel vulnerability windows or POCO/POS reinforcement) from screenshots|
|zKillboard||Web||Most popular killboard. See also zKillboard.|
Wormholes have specialized informational needs, and as such, they have their own particular tools.
(Eve University members should be using the WHC Mapper)
|Anoikis||Web||Comprehensive wormhole database|
|EVE-Scout||Web||Thera Wormhole Connections, in both List and map form, constantly updated|
|Pathfinder||Web||A wormhole mapping website|
|Siggy||Web||A wormhole tool that has been in service since 2010. It is available for use by anyone for a small ISK fee.|
|Tripwire||Web||An open source wormhole mapping tool, hosted for free to the public|
|Wormhol.es||Web||A wormhole search engine including effects, statics and recent activity.||No longer updated|
Market and Industry Tools
Trade and Industry are arguably the lifeblood of Eve. Without the constant market activity created by buyers, sellers, and manufacturers, there would be no spaceships to spin, no structures to bash, and no lazers to pew pew.
Market Data from Remote Region or Multiple Regions Aggregator
|EVE Marketer||Web||Universe-wide market data aggregator, or from the region you choose; designed to look similar to the Regional Market window in-game||Some consider this replacement for Eve-Central|
|Eve Marketdata||Web||Universe-wide market data aggregator, also some tools like mining and PI price comparison (per m3 instead per unit), hangar value appraisal, and trade route browser|
|Fuzzwork Market Data||Web||Universe-wide market data aggregator especially through Type Search, also there are some other subtool for different area to compare|
|Fuzzwork Market Data appraisal||Web||Check prices of multiple items (copy paste from assets list, contract, etc.) in the region you chose|
|Element43||Web||Universe-wide market data aggregator|
|Eve Market Helper Market Browser||Web||Universe-wide market data aggregator|
|Evepraisal||Web||Check prices of multiple items (copy paste from assets list, contract, etc.) universally or in one of the 5 main trade hubs regions|
|Adam4EVE||Web||Market data aggregator, market price and volume trends, price and build cost history, market hub statistics, ...||Lots of other statistics and graph p0rn too|
|https://www.plexprice.com/||Web||keeps track of the PLEX price with finer than daily ticks|
|New Eden Markets||Web||Market data aggregation for all NPC stations and publicly available player structures. Quickly filter by item type or region with market history back to 2003.||Under development with open beta. Contact Tim Hulum for bug reports|
Industry and Integrated Market Tools
|Eve Refinery||Windows||EveRefinery displays market prices and refined prices for the items in a character inventory.|
|Eve Traders Handbook||Web Server (LAMP)||A multi-purpose web application for traders, importers, and manufacturers||This is a self-hosted web app requiring PHP|
|Fuzzworks||Web||Useful industry website with a number of useful calculators, including a blueprint calculator and LP store database.|
|ISK Per Hour||Windows||A Windows program that allows players of EVE Online to determine ways to maximize their Isk per Hour through manufacturing, mining, invention, and reverse engineering.|
|Adam4EVE||Web||Reprocessing profitability and detailed Reprocessing chains statistics|
|cerlestes||Web||Compares which ores are most valuable per m³.|
Planetary Interaction Tools
Planetary Interaction allows pilots to create industrial colonies on just about any planet in the EVE universe. The aim of this is producing goods from raw materials extracted from the planet. There are tools specifically oriented to this type of industrial activity
|Alysii PI Visualization||Web||An interesting visual interface to production chains.|
|EVE PI||Android||Android based Planetary Interaction App. In active development.|
|EVE Planetary Planner||Windows||A standalone tool for creating/testing various extraction/production set ups|
|P.I.T. Webtools||Web||A collection of Planetary Interaction tools||This is an EVE University Utility|
|Fazenda||Web||An interesting visual interface to production chains.|
|Adam4EVE||Web||Profitability and detailed PI chains statistics|
Skill Planning Tools
Skill planning is one of the cornerstones of Eve Online, so it is no surprise that there are multiple robust tools to help players develop and manage their skill training plans.
|Cerebral||Windows||Described as an EVEMon replacement written to use the EVE Swagger Interface||currently in Alpha stages of development, but usable.|
|EveMon||Mac/Linux (Wine)/Windows||A lightweight, easy-to-use standalone Windows application designed to assist in keeping track of your EVE Online character progression.||May 2018 new owner|
A collection of useful tools that do not fit in one of the above categories.
|Agent Rangefinder||Web||The Agent Rangefinder allows for finding mission agents by radius from any given system. Limited API Key interaction allows limiting results to agents are available to a character.||This is an EVE University Utility|
|Eve-Offline||Web||a status monitor for EVE-Online.|
|EveKit||Web||An API Wrapper with history|
Over the years, UniWiki has seen a great many third party tools come and go. There are many reasons why a tool may become discontinued - from API changes that would require a major overhaul, to the authors no longer playing Eve, to the high costs of running a popular website, and many other reasons. Whatever the reasoning, in the interest of providing an up to date list here as well as maintaining a historical reference, those tools have been moved to another page: Retired third-party tools.