HamSphere 4.0 Mobile

2.8
900 reviews
100K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

HamSphere 4.0 Mobile is a virtual portable Ham Radio transceiver for Shortwave, VHF and UHF bands. Talk with thousands of Ham Radio operators around the world.
The app features over 20 portable NEC designed antennas, Rotator and Antenna selector, Log book, QSL card management, VHF, 3 selective filters, USB, LSB and CW modes, 50 Watts virtual power, Bandscope, Waterfall, DX Cluster, Oscilloscope etc.
Updated on
Apr 10, 2021

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2.8
900 reviews
Scale Street Garage
April 12, 2022
I like hs4 it's good, and very realistic with propagation etc .. it's kept professional just like real ham radio and there are no idiots on there, every user seems friendly Down side.... The overall experience with hamsphere is great except for price of add-ons and that they are installed per device so if you spend £500 on extras for your PC hs4 radio then the smartphone version can not use them and you need to purchase again for the smartphone... It should be per member not per device
8 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
January 30, 2020
Hamsphere four is a very good system to use is a good addition to any equipment if you already have any, and works great as an alternative in areas where you may not be able to put up an antenna for actual equipment. It is not RF to RF but being voice internet protocol-based it still gets you out all over the place. Kj7exm.
28 people found this review helpful
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Michael Laferriere
February 22, 2022
User interface needs work. Seems like a nice and useful concept but if your UI requires people to have to go to YouTube and Google to perform basic functions then it means the progrrammers failed and it needs to be redone.
6 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Now conforms to Android 11. Updated notification manager. Uses full secure SSL for all data and web pages.