The world's most advanced scuba logbook: beautiful - cloud-based - socially connected - with a full marine life database - offering direct dive computer upload (from desktop/laptop).
Log offline during your dive trip, enrich back at home on https://logbook.diviac.com/ - no cables, automatic sync, just perfect!
Diviac is also much more than a traditional logbook, it is a journal of your dive history. A place to remember the divers that you meet on trips, a place to keep track of the amazing marine life that you encounter and a place to record your impressions… in short, a place to store the memories that you want to keep from your dives.
Beautiful design, intuitive interface and amazing user experience. Your dives never had such an elegant place to be logged.
All your logs are accessible 24/7 anywhere in the world, web and mobile. Even when there is no connectivity you can still access your dives and your dive certifications.
Post your dives on Facebook or Google+, share your experience with your friends and get recommendations on where to go next.
Being a diver means also being part of its global community. Befriend divers, follow dive sites or companies, post news updates, follow activity feeds and stay in the loop.
Diviac logbook includes a full marine database with 14,000 species, complete with photos and biology info. All you need to find out what species you spotted in your last dive.
Allows dive buddies to validate and copy each other’s logs and photos. You can also ask your dive instructor to send you a template for the dive or to validate your dive.
What’s easier than directly upload your dive computer data to your logbook? Just download the Mac and PC software to upload all your dives, from the dive computer to the cloud.
Equipped with dashboards and custom reporting tools to get to know everything about your diving life.
Research and book your next scuba vacation from 10,000 dive operators in the most exotic location around the world. Hundreds of user reviews, ratings, and advanced search tools will make it a breeze to go on holiday.
* Fixed a bug that prevented installation on some Android devices
* Fixed some bugs with synching logs created offline
* Improved app speed and responsiveness
* Added initial demo data for new account registration (to avoid initial empty grey screens)
* Added ability to select personal equipment in log form
* Simplified the Dive Center & Dive Sites directory starting page
* Improved the directory search result page (now displays full page map with toggle option to list view)
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Needs Ability to View Logbook with no Internet Connection
There are many great features about this app but one major lack of a feature renders the positive features useless.
It is essential for the app to allow you to download and keep your logbook locally rather than needing an Internet connection. When I am diving out of the US, which is most of the time, I'm standing at a dive shop with no internet connection or cell service. If I can't show the operator my log book, I mine as we'll continue to keep a paper version.
Enable that feature, and you have a great, functional app.
Everything I wanted in a dive log. Computer and mobile entry, not focused on dive computer uploads (but capable of it), plenty of room for notes, picture and video, easy map-based dive site entry, linked with buddies, printing, export, etc
Contrary to other reviews, I have not seen the date change problem, and you CAN view and enter into the logbook offline.
Great app, has a lot of potential. One thing I've noticed is date of birth and certification dates change on you after you saved the correct date, and does so every time. Also, I can't figure out how to create an inventory of your own equipment to select from when logging a dive. Otherwise, an excellent log book app!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.