Download FarmPAD apk 1.4.3 free for Android smartphone

28 Sep

Posted by TapLogic, LLC in Tools | Sept. 28, 2015 | 4 Comments

Apk file size: 19.0 MB

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FarmPAD, an ag app unlike any other. Finally, one device does it all, from farm records to phone calls. At last, everything on your farm - on your phone. Use FarmPAD to enter farm records, equipment service logs, spray records and take notes or pictures. Draw your field boundaries with GPS or by hand. Sync to your web account where you can print reports, review history and draw and print field maps. All your precision ag needs in one tool.

Features include:

•Enter records without cellular service
•Web-based back-up
•Farm operation records (till, spray, plant, harvest, etc.)
•Storage Records (tobacco, grain, ticket in, ticket out)
•Equipment service records
•Handwritten notes
•Pictures with GPS
•Service Records - Filters, fluids, fuel, grease and repairs
•Draw field boundaries with GPS or by hand
•Aerial imagery of all maps
•Unlimited tracking of:
----Farms and fields
----Crops and varieties
----NPK materials
----Chemicals and pests

Whats new

    v 1.4.3
    - Tobacco Barns: Updates to Tobacco Barns for GAP compliance
    v 1.4.2
    - Harvest: Crop Varieties have been added to the Harvest operation
    v 1.4.1
    - Scout: Several changes have been made to Scout to improve functionality.

TapLogic, LLC part of our Tools and have average installs from 5000 to 10000. Last Update Sept. 28, 2015. Google play rating is 78.8235. Current verison is 1.4.3. Actual size 19.0 MB.

Download farmpad.apk 19.0 MB


Tim Petersen

Great program I like having all my farm info available on my phone.

A Google User

Great app This app keeps getting more and more useful. Keep up the good work guys.

A Google User

Great! Great program on phone and computer. And great company. A+

Barbara Marn

Couldn't try and expensive. Pretty pricey, also wouldn't accept my email to be able to try my 14 day trial. Too bad.

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