CallBook is an Amateur Radio application that allows you to look up Ham Radio call signs via the free WM7D HamQTH and QRZ CQ services, the QRZ Online subscription service or the HamCall subscription server and track active APRS stations on www.aprs.fi. Lookup results can be emailed and the QTH can be instantly viewed in the Maps application. Note: Location information is not available for all calls and is dependent on the 3rd party servers. Different parts of the world have different levels of map data detail available for display in the Maps application. In areas where there is no satellite imagery available the Maps application will show "No Images".
Added QRZCQ look up
Updated for iOS 11
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I like this app and it does what it says it will. Only change I can suggest is having the numbers on the keyboard layout together with the letters (across the top row like a real keyboard). That way you wouldn't have to switch to the number keyboard just to type one number then switch to the letter keyboard again to finish typing in a call sign to look up. The app "Hamlog" does this and it's a nice touch.
Nice program - Thanks
I had hoped someone would make this. Works well. Adding license class would be nice.
Any thoughts on adding a logging program to your iPhone work? Something that would interface with a desktop program to keep track of contacts made away from your main operating location ( ie the club house ) please give it some thought.
This is the greatest program for hams.
You not only find out the contacts name but, you can see where he lives.
The satellite view will even show you a photo of his home. Buy it !!!
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.