WASHINGTON, D.C. – RangeLog announces the release of the first Android shooting application powered by RangeLog’s online shot log. The new mobile application allows members to access their favorite RangeLog.com features from any mobile device using an Android operating system.
Search and Access Thousands of Ranges
RangeLog provides users with a directory of shooting ranges that includes thousands of locations in more than 20 countries. The app can be used to search and view details and driving directions. When offline, favorite ranges can be viewed and included in log entries for live and dry fire activities.
Search and Access to Hundreds of Shooting Drills
RangeLog provides members with a library of shooting drills, competitive stages and professional firearms qualifications. Users can review the details for favorite shooting drills, regardless of their network connection on the range. Members who have a live connection will be able to review all details, including the ability to watch related videos.
Review Your Personal Performance and Maintenance Log
RangeLog users have the ability to add and review details related to their live fire training, dry fire practice, firearm maintenance and more. Add entries via a mobile device and choose to sync data to the web site immediately, or wait for a better network connection.
Coming soon, RangeLog coming soon to Apple App Store
RangeLog also released that the iPhone/iTouch version of the application will be submitted to Apple on May 30th and is expected to be available for sale through the App Store in early Summer 2011.
For more information about RangeLog’s web site or mobile applications, please visit http://www.rangelog.com.
RangeLog, LLC is a privately held, US-based organization offering a premier online shot log and shooting performance tracking site used by professionals, military, law enforcement, and competitive shooters. RangeLog allows members track live and dry fire activities, including IDPA, USPSA, IPSC, Skeet, and Trapshooting competition scores. Mobile applications for Android are available now, with iPhone/iTouch application available in Summer 2011.
Andrew R. Hill