DiverLog

DiverLog

By Pelagic Pressure Systems Corp.

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2014-01-07
  • Current Version: 1.2.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 33.84 MB
  • Developer: Pelagic Pressure Systems Corp.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2/5 ( 26 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $11.99
DiverLog App Ratings: 2
2
Total 26 Reviews

DiverLog App Description

The DiverLog for mobile app is the premier full-featured dive log application. DiverLog for is the Official App for and supports dive data from dive computers made by the following manufacturers: AQUALUNG, OCEANIC, AERIS, HOLLIS, SUBGEAR, SHERWOOD, GENESIS, TUSA, BISM, BEUCHAT. FEATURES - View, edit, and manage your DC dive detail data - Search dives based on location, dive type, buddies, ... many more - View, edit and manage your favorite dive spots and locations - View, edit and manage your dive gear - View, edit and manage your dive buddies and contacts - Searchable, in-application help - Keep track of personal data including medical and certification information - Add photos, Youtube video links to dives, and remember those fun times - Social sharing features - Synchronize with DiverLog application for desktop, laptop, and mobiles devices - Download dive data from DC, upload your desired settings to DC, update firmware to DC using Bluetooth and Bluetooth Smart (only available for A300CS, VTX, i750TC, PROPLUS X, SAGE models) - Much more .. SUMMARY DiverLog allows you to view, edit, and manage your dives easily. The dive detail section gives you all the information you need, including dive data, location and dive site information, tank and buddy information, gear bag, and more. Add your diving buddies and keep your personal certification and medical information on hand at all times. View your dive profile in full screen view. Add and manage your gear with easy entry forms. DiverLog offers you simple search methods to find your dives .. search by location, dive site, and even which computer you used! ...See all your dives on the world map, a unique feature we call your dive activity map! You can even keep track of your personal information, including medical and certification info. You can now sync your dives with the new DiveCloud online dive data backup system so you never lose your dives, and always have them available, wherever you are! Connect with our developers by posting in the forum, or contact by email at the support website: http://www.ediverlog.com

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DiverLog App Reviews

  • Don’t

    2
    By Hrufescens
    90% of the way towards a good product is still not a good product. The developers haven’t thought out the products and workflow. It’s a confusing mess of “synchronizing” data between dive computer, mobile device, desktop and cloud. But some data does not, in fact, get synced. Although your dive data comes across, things like buddies, personal data, etc. do not. Device setup/initialization is confusing and painful because it’s not a real sync that’s happening, but more like a confusing push between four endpoints, some of which are available, some not. Back to the drawing board on this one until it’s ready for prime time! From tech support: “Unfortunately, your personal info, certification, and buddies won’t be synced due to the privacy policy. You need to add them separately.” Really? I’ll be trying the other dive logs now after dropping too much on DiverLog’s app and PC desktop programs.
  • I like it!

    4
    By Yangnome
    I was initially reluctant to purchase based on previous reviews, but went for it anyway since the application on my Mac works so well. Syncing my dive log with DiverCloud and my Mac worked seamlessly. Having the data on my phone will be helpful.
  • Photos still not fixed

    2
    By Raestlin
    They claim the latest update fixed taking photos of certs, but it didn't. You can center a card perfectly but the picture crops up and left of what you actually take. The gear bags are frustrating, because if you need to change just one little piece for a particular dive, you have to create a whole new bag/name. Otherwise it changes all your past dives. The gear bags should be a template only, then the dive itself should contain any changes you make. Those changes shouldn't change the "template" for every dive in your past. Other than that, I've enjoyed using the app.
  • Shuts down

    1
    By ubadiver
    I have a major problem that is not getting resolved. The app shuts down when you try to download via bluetooth your dives. Ive try to reach out to pelagic and have just went round and round. I feel I’ve wasted $12 and more so expected what was advertised for a $1500 computer.
  • Very glitchy and not user friendly

    1
    By jf3193
    Downloaded the lite version to trial. After uploading my oceanic PP3 to it, ( made sure my iMac and PP3 had the latest updates and firmware) it uploaded my sites to their system. I can't navigate the system without it auto-closing, or glitching/freezing up. Sadly, I thought this maybe a problem with the free version. I shelled out for the full version, and no luck. I will look elsewhere for a system to upload my data that's more user friendly.
  • Great app and worked great

    4
    By jc_casper
    Since the new update on phone and mac the phone app is immediately crashing when you click sync on wifi sync feature. The info syncs but the app crashes. Must reopen app to verify info synced.
  • Can't import dives

    1
    By Bill in Michigan
    I have been unable to import my earlier dives to DiverLog. To do so, you must first upload your dives to DiveCloud, then download them to DiverLog. When I try to do so, DiveCloud changes all the file names to the same thing and the conflict results in only one dive being successfully uploaded. DiverLog and Aqua Lung ought to encourage them to fix this. I have communicated several times with DiveCloud. They are friendly, say that they are aware of the problem and working on fixing the problem This has been good night on for two months with no results. In the meantime,mI cannot use DiverLog.
  • Junk

    1
    By Hunter357mag
    Just what I said-junk. Cumbersome to use-it won't sync your personal information between my MacBook and iPhone. So you have to enter the same info manually on both. The more dives you get, the slower the download. My phone was timing out before the dives were downloaded. The MacBook app was $26, and the iPhone app was $13-ridiculous for the unease of use and slow speed. A total waste of money. Dive Log is a stellar app, very detailed and easy to use, hyper fast downloads, I've dumped diveRLog and replaced it with a MUCH better program, Dive Log.
  • Cagey

    3
    By NNK-1
    Bought this to sync with the Mac version. The interface was not intuitive, there is no FAQ (coming soon on website) and the email interface does not work - and no other way to contact them for support. When I got it connected it disconnected a number of times before it did a stable transfer. Repeated with my wife's and had the same experience. Once it worked, it looks great and I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt. This could be a great product. Please provide some support.
  • Several Bugs to Cleanup

    3
    By $Broker
    Latest update screwed up the sequencing of my dive log where the latest dive is listed as my 1st dive. As mentioned by another reviewer, they need to scrub the app as it does seem amateurish considering the price I paid for both the iOS and Mac versions.

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