Developer: Pignology, LLC
Current Version: 3.66
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 1.3 MB - Download
HamLog is an amateur radio logging application. It maintains past contacts in chronological order giving the user the ability to quickly add new and edit existing contacts.
* Contact Logging and search
* Rig Control via wired serial or Piglet from Pignology
* Export/Import ADIF
* Name/QTH resolution based on callsign
- QRZ XML Subscriber support
- US based option for non-subscribers to QRZ
* Independent callsign look up tool
* Q signal list
* IARU Prefixes List
* US Band Plan
* RST Explained
* Latest DX Spots from DX Summit
* Manual Grid Square Calculator given lat/long
* Bearing (and long path) calculation given two grid squares,
* WWV Propagation report
* Contest Calendar
* Wavelength Calculator
* UTC Clock
* Part 97 - Full Text
I will happily respond to feedback, entertain feature requests, and answer questions directly, please contact me at the email address listed on n3wg.com or QRZ.
Fix for CloudSynch Login issues on newer versions of OSX.
Most Helpful Reviews
It's everywhere you want to be - I've been using this app for the better part of the year. It's very easy to use, has a ton of tools & applets imbedded and the bet part is the cloudsync. I can use it on my laptop, desktop & iphone depending where I'm talking then simply sync the machine I'm using and everything is up to date. Works great for the price.
More Reviews for Current Version
Easy to use, Syncs well between iMac and iPad/iPhone - I really like this app. Not too complex. Nice to use for mobile and portbale work with iPad and then sync back up to Mac desktop. However I have had the persistent problem of the “time” in the log page be UTC but displayed as local time. So at 5:00PM Mountain time (00:00 UTC) the time in the log page for a new contact is 12:00AM. So the time for the contact is wrong as it is not shown as UTC or, the proper local time. I have tried to find settings for OFFSET FROM UTC but, can’t find one. So, I’m forced to correct and manually enter the time for every new contact. Am I the only one?