Dive Log Manager
Developer: More Mobile Software
Current Version: 3.4.31
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 2.1 MB - Download
Dive Log Manager is a companion application to Dive Log for iOS. Dive Log Manager is a free desktop application that allows you to manage your digital scuba diving log book between your iOS device and your desktop. Enter logbook information on your iOS device while at the site, then transfer this information back to your desktop using Dive Log Manager. If you have other application software to download your dive computer, you can use Dive Log Manager to import and *merge* that information into what you already entered on site. Dive Log Manager supports several different logbook formats to import from. Then sync all your logbook information back to your mobile device running Dive Log for iOS.
Dive Log Manager works in both metric and imperial, shows statistics about your diving history, keeps track of all your scuba equipment, shows buddy and personal information, and dive site details. View Dive Site Locations on a map in your web browser if GPS locations have been entered. Export dive information into DL7 format to transfer to DAN or other websites.
See our other Mac App Store application, Dive Log DT, for a full featured digital logbook application.
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- add support for Importing tank pressure information from DL7 format files
- bugfix for running on macOS 10.9 releases
- bugfix for Importing from new ScubaPro LogTRAK databases
Most Helpful Reviews
For what I want, this app is perfect - Not sure what all of the fuss is. When I go diving, I take my iPad with me and mark the dive sight with the mobile apps GPS locator. I then enter the data for each dive on site. Easy as I have plenty of time between dives. This app is perfect for this. When get home, I sync the dive computer with my Mac and merge the two together. Sadly, it is not possible to sync the dive computer with the iPad, but this is an Apple/iPad limitation, not a Dive Log issue. Once merged on the Mac, I sync all data back to the iPad for the next dive trip, which is sadly never soon enough. Take the simplicity of the app, plus that fact that every time I have emailed Sven, the developer with a question or an issue, he ALWAYS has emailed me back. Plus, I have asked for new features and he listens. I have used this app for 3 years now and he doing a great job supporting me. This app does exactly what I need, to keep track of my dives in a nice, graphical manor.
Completly Useless - Useless without the $20.00 version