The core of Atlas is basically an image viewer. However, it’s the images that come with Atlas that make it worthwhile – a map for every instance in the game. Furthermore, while the built-in maps mark the locations of major bosses, Atlas provides detailed and accurate information about all of the creatures, NPCs, objects, and events you’ll encounter in each instance.
General information about each zone is provided as well, including its location, level range, player limit, attenuation requirement, minimum gear level to enter the instance, and associated faction (if any). All entrances, exits, portals, and connections are labelled clearly.
Because there are so many instances in the game, you can categorize them by type, level, number of players, continent, or expansion.
By hovering the mouse over the boss icon, you will be able to see a brief description of specific boss and the strategy to face him/her if you are a damager, tank, or healer.
By hovering the mouse over the boss icon and right-click it, you will be able to see what items will drop from this boss. You can even further filter the items base on your class and specialized talent.