Since our launch a few weeks ago we have been given fantastic feedback from related websites and users of our aviation enthusiast software, the software has caught the eye of online aviation blog Airport Spotting Blog and they have given us a fantastic review of the software, the review is based on the editors own use of our software and who have now become one of our active subscribers.
An excerpt from the review:-
Back in the day, when you wanted to keep track of the aircraft you saw on visits to airports, airfields and museums, it involved scribbling in a notebook and then transferring what you saw to a book which listed aircraft fleets – typically something like Civil Aircraft Markings, Airliner Production List, or JP Airline Fleets.
Then came databases, which were perfect for the desktop computer but not as good for listing what you saw on a particular trip, and certainly expensive.
Spotting Log, developed by Simon Fewkes, takes the database into the cloud and allows you to log what you see through a website and/or using your mobile and tablet device.
Feel free to take a look at our first review which we are very proud of – http://www.airportspotting.com/spotting-log-store-aircraft-spotting-logs-place/
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