"dib" turns your phone into an orienteering dibber. With dib control boxes are replaced by "NFC" tags costing around £0.40 (or "QR" codes - which are free). This represent a huge saving for small clubs. dib is a viable way of providing electronic timing for permanent orienteering courses.
"dib" works with the "dib HQ" application to give you a low cost system for collecting and sharing simple competitor results without the use of a PC or printer. When a competitor using dib finishes their course they use dib one more time to read a "download" tag. The tag instructs dib to send their result as a text message to dib HQ or to display their result as a QR code which dib HQ can scan.
You can read more about dib and dib HQ on the developer's website www.appindesign.com/dib.