RUMlog is a contact logging tool for amateur radio, very similar and log file compatible to the Mac logger RUMlogNG.
* Use the same log file on your Mac computer
* 4 user definable logging fields
* Exchange the logs via iTunes Filesharing or Dropbox
* Import ADIF files via email, clipboard or Dropbox
* Export ADIF files via email, clipboard or Dropbox
* Log your QSOs up to 3cm
* Logging includes DXCC, heading and distance calculations
* eQSL and/or LoTW users will be identified during logging
* Can save your current position into the Note field, useful for portable or mobile operation
* Sunset and sunrise calculations
* RUMlog keeps track of your worked and confirmed countries
* Direct log upload to eQSL (iPad only)
* Direct QSL download from eQSL (iPad only)
* Direct QSL download from LoTW
* Direct log/QSO upload to Club Log
* Integrated telnet DX cluster, including a spot collector
* DX cluster command macros
* LoTW users are marked in a dx spot
* Real Time Grayline Map, showing short and log path to the station
* HamQTH.com and qrz.com integration
* Basic data exchange with Elecraft, Icom, Kenwood and Yaesu transceivers using the pigtail hardware (http://pignology.net) (iPad and few TRX only)
* Full control panel for Elecraft K3, KX3 and KX2 (iPad only)
* Work RTTY, PSK and CW using the Elecraft transceivers built in functions (iPad only)
* DXCC table with counter (including Deleted DXCCs)
* Added an option to sort the QSO table (iPhone)
* Fixed a problem with "Auto login" for few dx-cluster (iPhone & iPad)
Ratings and Reviews
Export & Import ADIF?
Using QRZ’s logbook adif file as an import to the app was difficult. First, I had to change the file to a txt document type and then copy & paste to the app’s adif section. Second, I had to hand correct multiple mistakes. Even though my adif file was in a folder on iCloud, the app did not recognize it.
Once all my files were corrected, I had hoped to export my new RUMlog as an adif file. This option is not available as stated in the Apple store description.
See here for options available: http://dl2rum.de/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=729
Pesky rate me
I've been using the app less than five minutes and it's prompted me for a rating three times. FFS, please give me a chance to use it!
In those five minutes I see some useful functionality but it's just a bit off. For example there is an option to import from Dropbox but this doesn't actually import an ADIF - that's further down on the settings. I think it's meant for the database? maybe use the file extension and make it generic?
After importing I hoped to see QSOs on the map but it's only showing my point and the region lines. It's not zoomable.
Will spend more time playing with it.
According the documentation from Apple you may be asked for a review three times a year only as maximum. It seems, you have got the jackpot in 5 minutes. :-)
Powerful Ham Radio Logging Software
This app is great used as a stand-alone for logging your ham radio contacts, but t's even better when used along with the RUMLogNG desktop app and sharing the same database through Dropbox. LOVE IT!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.