NOTE: App is free, but requires a paid Beetight Pro subscription to add inspections. See below for details.

Beetight is the number one record keeping system for beekeepers. Integrated with, Beetight for iPhone and iPad lets you enter details of your hive inspections when in the field.

• Enter hive records, with customisable fields including colony temperament, stores, queen sightings, swarm cells, varroa drop and many more (requires Pro account).
• Take photos of your inspections and upload them to
• Works offline and automatically syncs when you're back online.
• Scan Beetight hive label barcodes to identify your hives in a snap.
• Supports up to 1000 hives, and more by arrangement.

If you do not already have a Beetight Pro subscription, you may subscribe in the app. As well as use of the app, this gives full access to all Beetight Pro features on for one year, including support for up to 1000 hives and all apps. If you cancel your subscription before the end of the year you may continue to use Beetight Pro, including the app, until the end of the subscription period. Otherwise your subscription will automatically renew, and your account will be charged again within 24 hours of the end of the one year period. For more information, see the support pages on You may find the Beetight terms of use at and the privacy policy at

What’s New

Version 2.0.0

Beetight 2 is an all-new version of the world's top beekeeping app. It's quicker and easier than ever to record inspections and upload photos of your hives.

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

MikeR303 ,

Data doesn’t sync

I think the web version is great. I upgraded in order to get the app. However, data does not sync (at least not correctly) between the app and the web version. The Contact link doesn’t work. I found a contact form but no one responded. I don’t think there’s anybody home anymore. Use the free version but don’t buy the app.

smarkie ,

Database issue

I’ve been using this app for a while, and, for the most part, it’s fine for managing a small backyard apiary and keeping notes. And it’s inexpensive, relatively speaking. BUT, speaking as an ex-database designer, there are a couple of awful bugs in this that really need to be fixed. The worst one is that, if you you try to change the Hive a queen is associated with, you can’t do it by editing the Queen record. There’s a drop down for Hive that lets you select another hive, but when you come back in, the record shows it as Hive 1, regardless of which hive you tried to put there. I usually split by moving the queen to a new hive/nuc, so I need to change the hive she’s associated with when I do that. To add insult to injury, you can’t select a queen from the list of queens you’ve already created when you edit the Hive record either. The re-queen action only lets you create a new queen! If I’m re-queening with a queen from another hive or nuc, or one I’ve created through my own queen-rearing efforts, I can’t select it. As well, there is no contact information in the web or iPhone app, so there’s nobody to ask about fixing these bugs.

Rich 7752 ,

Works for me

I agree it has much room for development but for what I need with only 100 hives it works. Keeps, track my queens, daughters, date of install, inspections and pictures. Since I am not trying to make it more complicated than it needs to be it work. If you are looking for trending, graphs, scientific comparison though Hive Track would be your best bet. But then your info is part of a networked discoverable data base.

App Privacy

The developer, Matt Kane, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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