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Acceptable, but cannot enter a location
So the author now has added the ability to find repeaters using grid squares. You have got to be kidding. So now you need to look on a map using an archaic way of finding where a county or some logical geographic location is in order to locate repeaters. One star. Previous review: App has been through several updates but still has the same problem. While the database appears to be reasonably accurate, the app still defaults to using my gps location to find repeaters. I cannot choose a location to search for repeaters. If I'm traveling to a town 300 miles away I don't want to wait until I get there to locate repeaters. The app should have a way for the user to optionally enter a starting location instead of defaulting to your GPS. Lost a star.😫
This is a must have for any HAM. You can use this app anywhere in the country to find a repeater near you. Set the range out further for a road trip and find the repeaters in your direction of travel. The information is very accurate. This is a great way to meet new people and work repeaters around the country. It’s good for your local area too. Maybe you were not aware that someone had a 10 meter repeater not too far from you. Share the app with other people so they can enjoy it as much as you will!
This is a must need if you are a ham radio operator or just listening to your scanner! I could never figure out the names of our local repeaters, now I have all of them and more! I have put up a repeater recently and am waiting for the app to be updated so it will show my station, last update was 2 months ago, also, sometimes words will run off of the screen if a title is too long, otherwise, it’s a great tool!!
This app has improved continually and is recommended. Unfortunately there is the issue of reliable updates to ensure accuracy and a better search and find process to identify repeaters within bands and service types. While the search function is huge leap it’s still hard to rely on because of having to first check off service and band types which are unknown to begin. I recommend the use of color to separate FM DMR etc. Readers can submit new found repeaters.
Better than ever!
I loved repeaterbook before...but the new update is amazing! Lot cleaner than it was before and easier to use. The only thing I would suggest is putting names for each field when you click on a repeater like it was on the old version. I know what each field is, but for a new-comer it might be a little difficult to figure out. Great job on this update!
User Interface Needs Improvement
This app gets the job done, but the layout, colors, etc, could be much easier to read/use.
Purpose built and streamlined app
This app is built to find repeaters and do it fast. It meets that goal perfectly, and with the new UI improvements, does it in style. I’m a big fan of the new dark mode, and the developer has done a good job of implementing it here.
I was so pleased to find this app. I’ve used the web site to find repeaters in my area, but this app is so much more convenient. I really like being able to select different bands and systems. I HIGHLY recommend this app!
Go to app when I’m portable
I had to uninstall previous version to install this new completely updated version. There are some errors in the data but those are rare.
Must have app for Hams
This app works offline, which is in keeping with the spirit of Ham radio. I’ve only used it for a few months, but it works very well for me. Support requests have also been addressed very quickly.
Was better before...
Back before the new update, when you clicked on a repeater, it listed the data next to a subheading so you know what each entry was. It made the information more detailed for new users. Similar to how “Sota locator” looks, but also more like “Repeater locator”, with each entry centered next to its description.
like to see ability to add locations
It would be nice to be able to see repeaters out of your area. For example to program a mobile prior to a trip. How about a watch interface as well. Both of these improvements would jump my review to 5 stars.
App doesn't allow the user to look ahead while traveling. It inly displays repeaters based on your current GPS location. Another flaw is that you MUST have an internet connection. If your cellular connection is on ‘E’ for emergency use only -or- if you have no network, you cant locate any repeater information
I really like both the app and the website for finding and tracking repeater status. the effort of the volunteers to keep the database up to date is appreciated
I have a slew of apps on my phone but this has quickly become one of the most useful and the most accessed! Excellent job developer!
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