When you first learn to SCUBA dive, you feel like you need to do everything by the book. After all, you are in a completely alien environment, at the mercy of your equipment, and the forces of nature. You have to rely on your training, and that means you need to be serious about it. Because of that, new divers are usually pretty diligent about logging their dives every time. And divers know the importance of keeping accurate logs. However, after about 50 dives or so, many people forsake their post-diving log ritual for other, more festive rituals (you know who you are!)
Whether you are an old timer looking to get back into logging or a newbie seeking the best of the best, you might want to read this post about why divers like Diving Log.
Easily Manage Your Data
With Diving Log, you can plug in your dive data manually in the log book or you can import the data from third party electronic logs. This kind of versatility is a plus for people seeking to migrate over from other, less superior log programs. Another great feature is the ability to download data from your dive computer directly. Almost every dive computer in existence is supported.
Read Data in Tables, Log, or Create Reports
The report designer function supports many different formatting features. Diving Log has numerous statistics and charts which deliver complete evaluations of your dive data. With the filter function, you can calculate the statistics and charts only for a selected portion of your dives, for example, all your dives in one calendar year.
Sync with a Smartphone
Diving Log is compatible with Windows phones, Android, iPhones, and Windows Mobile.
The Diving Log site is highly informative and helpful and has clear information.
It’s a comfort to know when the developer of an application has a vested interest in his work and is involved in making it better. That is exactly the case with Diving Log. The site has a forum built in so you can offer suggestions or ask questions. The developer is usually good at engaging customers. That goes a long way in making divers us feel like we have a say in our software.
And the best thing about Diving Log…it’s very inexpensive! Go to the site, download the app, and log those dives!