After a lot of software development and testing I finally put my new app in the Apple app store!
The app is called Mircules HAM QuickLog (or just QuickLog) and is an app for the iPad. It’s a logging app for Radio Amateurs and has a lot of very useful features.
Now of course every producer of software will say that their software is very useful, but I’m not only a producer but also a user and customer of my own software!
I’m using QuickLog a lot so I have been able to test it and to see which features I absolutely wanted to go in there.
Dogfooding your own software is, I think, the best possible way possible of testing for bugs and usability. It got me a product that I’m very happy with as a producer and a consumer! 🙂
You can find the app here HAM QuickLog website and also in the app store:
Here is a little click through video I made of QuickLog. Watch full screen for best readability!
A new version (1.1) has come out on the 9th of Januari with additions for activations (both for chasers and activators).
The additions / changes are:
- Activation fields (SOTA and IOTA) are added on screen and in the import / export of logfiles. It concerns the fields IOTA, MY_IOTA, SOTA_REF and MY_SOTA_REF.
- Import from URL added. For people that dont have itunes installed and / or are using Linux.
- The DXCC code of the entered contact is shown in the main screen, next to ITU zone and CQ zone (in the QSL Info title).
- GPS bug fixed.
- Some small bug fixes.