A unique and thoughtfully designed app that provides detailed information that really enhances the enjoyment of our hobby. The issue with the duplicate city name not having an associated state name in the geo-search has been resolved. Thank you for the prompt attention and your interest in adding that capability. A "can't live without" app. Bravo!
I would not want to be without it! RepeaterBook along with the Blue at interface switches my ic7000 (works with other radios as well) directly to the repeater frequency, sets up the shift and the CTTS tones simply by touching the repeater name on screen. It makes it possible to drive and still use the repeaters. Many years ago the shift on 2 metres was always the same and most of us could whistle at 1750Hz. These days it would be difficult and if not impossible to do on the move. Add to this the convenience of having on screen the repeaters
Impressive This app is really all you need for finding a repeater. Updated often and easy to use, it's the one you want. However, if you're done with the app, it continues to use Google's location resources and closing it doesn't mean it's gone. You have to force close it or it gobbles your battery. Back to 5 stars if they fix this bug please on nexus 5 and 7. Edit 1/8/17: Big updates since the original review and it works perfectly now on those devices and the 6P, and would give it 6 stars if I could.
Well done I would be willing to pay for this. A free app that provides search functions or local information. With frequency, offset, physical location of repeaters, and ctcss tones, plus the ability to send in update requests. Absolutely awesome.
You can't go wrong with this app. Easy to use an well thought-out. Developer thought this one through, great job guys. Don't leave home without it!
Working well App now working very well, thank you for improving it. Upgraded to 5-star.
Try the new search feature
Search by Town, Call, Frequency or Grid Square!
In the USA you can now Search by Town <space> to see the states
Give it a try!
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