Screenshots of Logbook app
To get a better understanding of the app, please take a look at the screenshots.
All log records at a glance
The chronological order of all log records gives you a perfect summary. All relevant information are already visible here like COG (Course Over Ground), SOG (Speed Over Ground), position, weather, etc.
The headline keeps you up to date about your GPS accuracy, speed and position
The record in detail
This record shows an example log record with a lot of relevant data:
GPS position, distance to the last log record COG, SOG as well as weather data and much more.
Of course can you add additional personal notes to each record.
Setting with synoptic view
With visual prompts you can represent the current cloud coverage as a symbol, the background adjusts automatically to your selection.
Wind velocity in all units
This view lets you adjust the wind speed and direction for each record individually.
You can see the velocity in Beaufort, Knots, km/h and mph. Furthermore you can see a description for each wind force to see what the impact is.
Example for Force 9 Beaufort:
High waves whose crests sometimes break. Dense foam is blown along in the wind direction. Large amounts of airborne spray may begin to reduce visibility.
Summariy of your trip
What was your average speed today? How many hours did you sail or use the engine? All these questions can be answered by the statistics.
Course and speed
COG and SOG
The values are gathered - of course - automatically with your built in GPS. However, we do not hinder you to adjust these values to your needs.
The clean weather symbols are also visible in the record overview. They are either received from the Internet or you can set them manually.
Your vessel log from a different point of view
The map view shows you the best way how your trip is going. See the track colored between red and green based on the speed (SOG) you drove. You can also jump into each log record and make adjustments to the log.