Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

Diving Log for Android – Google Maps

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

The first feature update of Diving Log for Android has been released. I’ve added 4 new languages (Dutch, French, Japanese and Spanish) in addition to English and German. I’ve also integrated Google Maps to show all your dive sites:

Available on Google Play

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Diving Log for Android

Saturday, April 9th, 2016

I think one of the most requested things during the past few years was an official Diving Log app for Android and today I’m happy to announce: Diving Log for Android is finally here! Today you you can download the app from the Google Play Store:

Available on Google Play

Please let me know what you think and if you find any bugs or problems. The app is using a modern Google Material design and is currently optimized for phones (a tablet UI will come later):

The app is free to open and view logbook files from Diving Log 6.0, editing requires an in-app purchase. This is similar to the Office apps, but without subscription. The app is using the native Diving Log logbook file format (SQLite), please click the link below how to sync with your PC:

How to sync your logbook file with Android

 

Beta version update

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

Today I’ve updated the current beta version with some improvements:

Full Setup (26 MB)
Update from 5.0.0 (19 MB)
Update from previous beta (2.4 MB)

  • The Android sync function has now moved from the export menu to the “Sync” button in the main toolbar. Import from the phone is now included. I’ve updated the previous blog post to reflect the changes.
  • The YourDiveBook web sync function will now upload the dive site coordinates
  • The OSTC downloader is updated to support the latest OSTC Mk.2 firmware 1.70 features. It will display now the correct CF descriptions and offers color pickers to configure the OLED colors

Android Sync

OSTC Downloader

New beta version available

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

You can download a new beta version of Diving Log 5.0 with several new features:

Full Setup (26 MB)
Update from 5.0.0 (19 MB)
(Please download the final version)

In the main toolbar you will find a new “Web” dropdown button, which is now the central location for cloud services like online logbooks. Currently there are 4 online logbooks included:

  • Dilogs.com – already included with the Dilogs manager, but the new sync interface offers a lightweight and easier sync experience
  • Divelogs.de – was only available in the export menu, but now you can upload and download your dives in the new sync dialog
  • Yourdivebook.com – completely new integrated with upload and download
  • Divelogpool.com – new beta portal to collect dive data for the NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) in Trondheim for a research project
  • In future MySQL sync will be added for phpDivingLog

Dilogs Sync

Divelogs Sync

YourDiveBook Sync

Great news for all Android users out there: there is now a sync function from Diving Log 5.0 to the already available Android Dive Log (Dive Log Key) from Rob Knapen. It is included in the sync menu in the main toolbar of Diving Log. The sync is done at the moment only via the sdcard. Diving Log saves the file to the sdcard, Android Dive Log reads this file from the card when you use the restore function. To sync back to the desktop you must create a backup in the Android DL to the storage card, Diving Log will import that and merge the changes into the desktop logbook.

Android Sync

Main Screen

Dive List

Dive Site Map

The ribbon in the logbook window could now be displayed also in the Windows 7 ribbon style:

Windows 7 Ribbon Style

Other new features in this beta:

  • Import from JDiveLog
  • French localization completed
  • Many small improvements and bug fixes