RUMlogNG2Go for iOS version 5.0 now available

Thomas Lindner, DL2RUM, is happy to announce the availability of version 5.0 of the RUMlogNG2Go logger for the iPhone and iPad.  RUMlogNG2Go can be downloaded from the Apple iTunes store.  More information on RUMlogNG2Go can be found on Tom’s website,

Version 5 is a new major release version for macOS and iOS

Tom advises that while the “New” list is quite short,  It took him six hard worked months to implement an often requested feature:
Now you can have a full synchronised logbook file over all of your devices.

What’s New in Version 5.0

  • Changes for iOS / iPadOS 14
  • Support for an iCloud synced logbook (See the Help section)

 

RUMlogNG2Go features include:

  • 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)