A detailed description can be found at AphesAddons.com
ALB has 5 main 'modules': browse, search, upgrade, detail, and wishlist. The screenshots should give a basic idea.
4.3.27 changes (more text and pics at http://aphesaddons.com/alb-v4-3-27)
- added ALB_Crafting Addon
every (rare and epic) tailoring, leatherworking, and blacksmithing item
- added 'Inspect Mode' to upgrade module
You can now check other players equip and search for upgrades
- improved 'upgrade' UI
- added chinese zhCN translation
thanks to 老超 @ wowui.w.163.com :)
- wishlists are now sorted by 'character name' then 'wishlist name'
thanks to Ekhurr :)
What is AphesLootBrowser?
ALB is an item database with tools to search and compare these items. It’s main goal is to find upgrades to your equipment, find out where and how to get it, and communicate that to your guild/raid/party.
ALB's database contains items from all dungeons and raids, faction vendors, and currencies/tokens from valor point to darkmoon faire tickets.
ALB does not reinvent the wheel. It is not a unique and wise idea. It basically mimics the functionalities of any other online item-database, only ingame. You can filter items by stats, drop location, slot, class, … just as you would on wowhead. Besides not having to alt-tab out of the game all the time, this gives the advantage of direct comparison to your currently equip items, and an ingame wishlist of items to share.
What ALB is not:
ALB is not AtlasLoot and it doesn’t try to be. If you want to see pets from children’s week or available cooking recipes, you’ll be disappointed. ALB is about equipable items in the late game. That being said: if there are pets on some boss’s loottable they will -of course- be included for the sake of completeness (and because I really like pets).