Outd Log – The Outdoor HAM Logging

Outd Log ist specialized mobile Logging Software for HAM activities outdoors. 

Current Features:

  • Log QSOs
  • View Spots (SOTA, GMA, Combined)
  • Spot your self and some on else
  • Load ‘names.csv’ for Help with logging
  • Export Log to V2 Sota CSV (Works with GMA and SOTA)
  • Export Log to ADIF
  • Fast entry of summit references (type ‘hb zh 005’ to get ‘HB/ZH-005’)
  • Works with SOTA, GMA, WWFF, IOTA 
  • QSO info from Spotlist
  • Edit existing log
  • Landscape support

Upcoming Features:

  • Location management
  • Defaults values for RST, Mode
  • Optimized Landscape view to take advantage of the space
  • tbd …

Please let me know what Features you are waiting for.

  • Main Screen
Get it on Google Play

8 thoughts on “Outd Log – The Outdoor HAM Logging

  1. Looks good so far. The ability to run in landscape mode would give is something that VK Portalog doesn’t have. That would give operators more flexibility in positioning their device on their flight deck. Also, it is not really necessary to be able to see so many contacts in the log; the last two contacts would be adequate in my opinion, so a way to collapse and open the log list would be nice as well (and would make the switch to landscape mode easier).

    1. Thank you Matthew, I have added a screenshot and some words regarding landscape.

  2. Agree that landscape view would be great! Plus can you log in UTC (time & date) rather than local? Having both Apple and Google/Android versions is excellent!

    1. Hi Richard, nice to hear you using the app.
      The log is already made in UTC, if you have trouble please check your date time settings at system level.
      vy 73 Thomas

  3. There is no way to save the file directly to your device? As it is, I have to share it to Dropbox, download it, and then upload it. It would be great if it could just be saved directly to the device.

    1. The possibility to save locally depends on the platform.
      On iOS it is possible to do that out of the box.
      On Android things are a bit more complex cause it depends on the OS version and installed App’s.

      Hope that helps.

  4. Hello Thomas
    First i want you to thanks for your nice application. I will try it soon on summit.
    In a next version, is it possible to use the letters and numbers on the same desk.
    73 QRO

  5. Hi Thomas. I just wrote a review of your app because I love it. It solves some of the problems that I was having with Hamlog on iOS. I used your logo on the article. Please let me know if you don’t approve.

    What I really miss from Hamlog is it’s ability to use my qrz.com API key to get the station location name and location when I’m logging. If I didn’t have internet on the summit, I would open each contact and populate it when I got home before uploading to my logging program on my PC.

    The other thing I miss are number keys at the top. The programmer for hamlog put an extra set of keys with the numbers on the screen. This was super helpful. What I do now is use the Google keyboard with has the numbers under “QWER..”, accessed with a long key press. So this is a lower priority.

    Being able to look at the spots right in the app is cool. What’s strange is that KX0R was showing up on sotawatch but never came up on your app. I havn’t been using your app long so I don’t see a pattern yet.

    73, & thanks.

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