Great Been using this since 2011. Had issue with figuring out how to move the database from my old phone to my new phone and Rob emailed me with helpful info right away. If you're like me and can't keep track of a logbook then this way is much better. I looked at other options before I chose this one and I'm glad I did. Once you commit to storing your info in a database it's nice to know that the people behind it will support their product. Highly recommended.
OK app...missing a couple of key features It's a nice app, and has almost everything you need...but being able to sync profile data and having a signature block are two things I really miss from my iOS devices. Even Windows Phone 7 has a signature block! Looking forward to updates Update: There haven't been any...since May 2012? What happened?
Good, simple, clean! Great looking basic Dive logging application. It can be used connected to internet, but also without direct link/network availability. I have a short wishlist, but I would recommend the application now for what it is worth... a great tool. (Extra things are ... extra, not needed.)
Lacking functionality and simplicity This app is not even a close resemblance of its IOS counterpart. I was using Divelog on my Apple, and when I switched to Android I was delighted to see Divelog is also available. Only to find out the synchronization is tedious and clunky. My personal information, Dive sites, equipment and dive types from Divelog is not transferred. I'm hoping that this Android app catches up to the IOS one! Direct synchronization with Divelog would be a great start.
Something Happened to the key Kevin, I've had to do a few factory resets with my phone, you have to install dive long normally (unregistered and then install the key) they'll link together and it'll work. I really like the app, only 2 things I would want to change/add. The pictures like everyone has mentioned, and the ability to enter data into a computer and then sync it with the app.
Missing sync options This app would have been fantastic if I could sync it with my main diving log app. Currently I use MacDive, and there are no sane export/import functions in Dive Log that I can use with it.
* Minor bug fixes
From version 1.4.02:
* Improved display of large dive numbers
* Italian translation added
* Russian translation improved
From version 1.4.01:
* Input of years before 1970 on Eee Pad transformer
* Input of characters for diver nr and similar fields
* Backgrounds a little bit more visible
* Android Honeycomb compatibility
* Better use of larger screens on Android 2.x tablets
* Improved ICE information
* Added Spanish, Russian and updated Danish translation
DiverLog Lite for Android app - a premier lite version of dive log application.