Simple portable logging

Jarrett Green

Designed for iPad

    • $4.99



A simple amateur radio logger designed specifically for portable activities, like Parks on the Air (POTA), Summits on the Air (SOTA) Field Days, etc.

What’s New

Version 1.0.6

* Added virtual number keyboard for mobile devices for callsign input
* ESC now clear current form
* Logged POTA Spots can now be hidden
* QRT POTA Spots can now be hidden
* Condensed POTA Spots Toolbar
* Added 'Call not found' pop-up
* Logbook form now auto-focuses to Title input
* Allow decimals and values lower than 1 in TX_PWR field

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

Pappatom ,

Great app, needs a couple more features

Clean interface, very easy to use. Templates and QRZ lookup are great. If there was a satellite log template and an option to sync logbooks across devices/platforms and/or with LOtW or QRZ’s logging system (for which I’d happily pay), I’d give it 5 stars without hesitation.

FreelandMichigan ,

POTA Logger

Thank you for keeping it simple.
I activated my first park this week. I found paper & pencil a necessity due to the cold temperatures (and wearing gloves). However, after returning home and logging the data into HAMRS, it easily uploaded into my QRZ logbook & adi file to POTA. After reviewing the uploaded data, I realized that future info or changes are needed for the QRZ logbook. Example: 1. QTH Field POTA: <K-####> <park name> 2. Correct Latitude & Longitude (It would be nice to add this manually as specific gps info might be different for each activation.) 3. Correct County 4. CQ Zone & ITU Zone might change as an operator visits different states or countries. It sure would be nice if LOTW would help to make operating portable or mobile easier. Operators really want to capture the QSO & the “real” location.

FlyinPianoMan ,

Great job…quick suggestion

Thank you for the great app. Suggested by K8MRD! I have one suggestion: the app I was using before, HamLog, which was far inferior to this app for POTA logging, did have one feature that I appreciated…having a keyboard change when entering a call that included a set of numbers instead of the suggested words above the QWERTY keyboard. This would help in inputting callsigns quite a bit, since you wouldn’t have to switch to numbers and then back to letters.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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