Timestamped Field Notes 3.0

Timestamped Field Notes 3.0 has been re-built to utilize the latest iOS User Interface technologies, supporting screen sizes from iPhone 4 up to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus, along with iPad formats. Timestamped Field Notes is built for iOS8.

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Quick “How to use Timestamped Field Notes” Video

I’ve not updated the Timestamped Field Notes help video in over year. A lot has changed since then: iOS7 and significant change to the user interface. (Gosh, the app on iOS6 on the old video looks so dated.) Multiple keyword sets

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Timestamped Field Notes (iOS) version 2.2 beta

It is wonderful to see how much usage Timestamped Field Notes is seeing, from the various projects and studies it is involved in, and it is always good to get the feedback on it (positive or otherwise.) Based upon some

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Timestamped Field Notes for iOS with Dropbox export

If you want to benefit from Timestamped Field Notes for it’s quick-text capabilities but are an avid Dropbox fan, now you can use them together. Timestamped Field Notes already support export to iCloud and Google Drive, but now  you can

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Timestamped Field Notes Android

Timestamped Field Notes 1.0 is available in the Android App Store. This is an initial distribution based on the popular iOS Timestamped Field Notes. Check it out…

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Timestamped Field Notes for iOS 7 with multiple quick text sets

Timestamped Field Notes has been updated for iOS 7. Additionally there is now the ability to support multiple quick text sets. You can you have your Peregrine monitoring quick texts: PEFA scrape stoop audible prey separate from your Prairie Dog

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Timestamped Field Notes on Android

I wrote Timestamped Field Notes for iPhone/iPad/iPod because those are my primary devices, and that is what I typically develop for. I shared it with others because it has proven itself to be a useful field utility (getting ever more

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No Triangulation, but some location value…

Field Triangulate came about after spending a lot of time in the mountains of Colorado. When attempting to find some remote location I’d view it, try to lock that spot in my mind, then hike towards it. Typically I’d get

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Useful cut-n-paste code for debugging iOS memory/retention issues

I maintain some iOS app projects which are pre-ARC and have found this piece of code (that I cut-n-paste into the top of a class) to be a very useful tool. I’ve been working with iOS blocks recently and I

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Now with Google Drive and Apple iCloud Support

Using mobile devices in the field is great for portability, but getting the data organized and back onto the office/home computer/database becomes the next challenge. Some Timestamped Field Notes user have website systems where they store their notes, and so

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