FarmLogs

FarmLogs

By AgriSight Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2013-05-08
  • Current Version: 2.17.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 260.81 MB
  • Developer: AgriSight Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3
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From 120 Ratings

Description

Thousands of farmers use FarmLogs to lower costs and increase profitability. FarmLogs helps you: - Create, manage, and execute a profitable grain marketing plan - Know when to sell and when to wait with real-time futures prices - Monitor your profitability and budgets throughout the season - Monitor rainfall on your fields (no special rain gauges required) - View specific soil maps so you know where to apply inputs - Easily take and share notes while scouting - Identify yield threats and management errors with in-season satellite imagery - Create quick, comprehensive field records automatically - Plan inputs for the season Making better management decisions has never been easier. Download the app today! *Please note that continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life.* FarmLogs Essentials and FarmLogs Complete are available with a one month auto-renewable subscription. Your FarmLogs Subscription will auto-renew each month through your iTunes account unless canceled​ 24 hours before the end of the current period. If you are subscribed to FarmLogs Essentials, you will be charged $29.99 within 24 hours of the end of the current period. If you are subscribed to FarmLogs Complete, you will be charged $99.99 within 24 hours of the end of the current period. Your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Auto-renew may be turned off after purchase through the "Subscription" section on your Settings Screen or from your iTunes account settings. Questions or Concerns? Please feel free to contact us at support@farmlogs.com or our support page below. Support: https://farmlogs.com/support/ Terms of Service: https://farmlogs.com/terms/ Privacy Policy: https://farmlogs.com/privacy/

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Reviews

  • Screwed it’s users

    1
    By Digital Choclate
    Took away abilities in the app and want people to pay $20 a month just to log an activity. What a joke.
  • Used to be a great app

    1
    By Austin Ekermeyer
    Had this app for a few years to conveniently keep up with the dates that different work was done in the fields now have to upgrade to a $99 a month plan to do the same thing I’ve been doing on here for free for the past 3 years.
  • Bait & Switch with latest upgrade

    1
    By BerryRanch
    For years the app allowed comparisons with historical rainfall data. Now, you can have it for a mere $30/ month. Developers have gone nuts. Not worth it.
  • Hmmmm

    1
    By Ditchjumper
    Many of the items that were once included in the free version now cost $30 per month. Really, $30 per month to view accumulated inaccurate precipitation amounts. No thanks.
  • Found this handy but!

    1
    By Bkrullfarms
    I found this app handy but have had many issues last year with data not showing up after entering it. By the time I realized it wasn’t there I couldn’t remember what it was! And now they want to charge $30 a month to be able to do even the simplest records which to me is way to much. Sorry to say I guess I am done with this app.
  • New Changes to FarmLogs

    2
    By A Bitstrips Fan
    As a small specialty crop grower, I used this app to track daily rainfall and rainfall totals. New update requires paying $29/mo to track rainfall totals. I’m afraid my use can’t justify spending $348 per year. Check the App Store for free or inexpensive rainfall apps.
  • Love the app, however too expensive for features

    1
    By henrycountyfarmer
    Edit: I now cannot say I will continue using this app, apparently it is $30 a month just to be able to map fields. I logged in today to adjust the size of some of my feels that I have lost and gained and now I cannot even edit field size without paying. It had the possibility of being a good app, but $30 a month is outrageous. I love the app in its free form, the ability to log field records and check in with rain totals all in one place is very handy for me. I would like to see an option to view and manage your storage options for the mobile devices, as I don’t have a computer having to switch back and forth when adding different storage and just to see my overall storage is cumbersome. I do think however that the services that are offered in the premium packages are extremely overpriced. $1200 a year just for satellite imagery and price tracking, when both of those features can be found online for free? I would buy the premium extras if the app were cheaper and even if it had advertisements would be a fair trade. Also wanted to report a bug with iPad usage, whenever you try to update the date of an activity the app just crashes. Has been happening for over a month now. In short, great app that does have issues but definitely needs price reduced to feel even remotely purchasable.
  • Bring back the old one!!

    3
    By %#*+=?!
    I much preferred the older version. My use is mainly for rainfall amounts and the newer versions don’t always give me a 24 hour rainfall amount. Telling me the rainfall between ‘3pm-4pm’ fails to tell me rain amount at 8am and there is no way to find that information
  • No Help or FAC

    1
    By dison22
    Could not delete a field. Could not find any help within app or on line.
  • Exasperating! Keeps losing my data!!

    1
    By PianoMan2000
    I’ve enjoyed this app for the last few years, always thought it was great, until this year when it kept losing my data. After inputting dates this spring of tilling, fertilizers, chemicals, and planting, I was ready to report to USDA and Crop Insurance and half of my planting dates were gone. So I estimated on the spot of these other fields. Enjoyed seeing the rainfall totals this summer. Recorded harvest dates. Was ready to report harvest dates and found all my data was wiped out!! Planting dates, harvest dates, everything, gone!! Only item still intact was one field tilled in March plus previous years. How could this happen?!? Goodbye FarmLogs. We’re done with you. Pen and paper, still the most reliable.

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