Developer: Pignology, LLC

Current Version: 3.66

Last Updated: 5 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.



Release Notes:

Fix for CloudSynch Login issues on newer versions of OSX.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.01
Review by whpmotorsports

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.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.66
Review by djaydimarco

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?

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
Version 3.66
Review by TheGadgetinator

callsign lookup needs bug fix - when I am creating a new contact the callsign lookup feature within the new contact window sometimes retrieves the wrong name, QTH, & State when I click the "Look up" button. Please fix ASAP. Thanks & 73!

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people