Added a logging feature, so users can keep logs of stations they hear.
Updates for iOS 10.2.
Ratings and Reviews
Excellent tool for Shortwave listening
I have been using this app for a few days now and find it to be very useful. There are some navigation issues that need to be fixed such as dismissing the keyboard after making notes. I would also like some way to sort log files by frequency. As is, the list is sorted by date only. I would like to know if I have listened to this station before, so a lot of scrolling is required. But I give it 4 out of 5 stars for it’s overall design.
I Use It Constantly
Works great using an iPad Air2 with iOS 10.2.1. I love listening to shortwave, and if you're gonna do that, you absolutely have to have a "TV Guide" handy to figure out what's on. This app really fills the bill. I love the "On Now" button... It really helps you to narrow down and figure out what you've found while DXing. Also great is the ability to search using multiple criteria. If you wanted to know what's on now in English (for example), you can! Also keep a log. Since I've gotten the app, database updates seem to happen at least several times a month... Much better than having to rummage through supplements like with printed guides (works offline too). Other DXers wonder how I solve their mystery finds so quickly... This is how. A wonderful app, and well worth the modest cost.
Excellent app for SWL'r
I just started using this app and I really like it. Easy to use and understand, with the on now feature makes shortwave stations identifiable even though their non English speaking stations. Logging is super easy, just a push of a button with the ability to make comments and write signal strength reports. At any price this is a very nice SWL utility.
Improvements or upgrades that I'd dream of would be a receiving station lat/Lon specific sort. As in "what stations maybe available to the east coast of North America ." Otherwise I can flip open my IPAD pro, sit it next to my listening post and enjoy what's left of the SWL bands.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.