WSPR watch 4+

Shows WSPRnet & PSKreporter

Access Informatics

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 12 Ratings
    • Free



Utility for ham radio users of WSPRnet. Quickly shows who can hear you and details of each spot.

Tap a spot in the table to look up the call on

Export produces as tab delimited CSV file that can be sent to Numbers for sorting, filtering and graphing beyond what is in the app itself.

What’s New

Version 4.1

* Avoid background crash on iPad
* Reload if user has been in settings
* Tap on chart to scroll to that point in the spots list
* Analysis includes time of over with most spots
* Bolder callsigns in the spots list
* Implement customisation of band colours
* Avoid a crash in QRZ if we don't get a session key
* Animate changes in the charts

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Kabulldust ,

WSPRWatch developed well beyond basic

I’ve be warping sin March 2008 and have used wsprnet extensively. I now have simple quick access to my spots while I travel. I’ve worked with Peter as a beta tester and he has developed from a relatively simple concept to one that is developing quite rapidly to an important tool. He is very responsive to criticism and changes, all in all it has become most useful and is developing beyond just useful each release.

Developer Response ,

Thanks Ross

Shelby Wrightmate ,

It’s great to have an active developer.

Being a happy WSPR Watch user for some time it’s been great to see new features added all the time.

The charts get better and better, the ability to transmit is fun, the speed is top rate, access to PSKReporter is a handy bonus.

Thanks Peter, keep it coming.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the kind review Shelby.

Z-e- ,


In the last 24 hours I set up my first WSPR outpost. Constantly looking around at data online, often to be disappointed by the lack of contacts I was making, as generally only unique contacts are registered.

Then I came across this WSPR app!

It’s all here folks! Every contact, unique or otherwise. Logs, spreadsheet, visual data, a map and receiving station information to name a few. I’m slowly discovering more and more this app delivers.

Thanks Peter!
Great app and well done!

Terry VK2SOT

Developer Response ,

Very kind of you Terry. 73

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