Download QuickLogbookRecapLite apk 5.0 free for Android smartphone

24 Feb

Posted by David Roark in Transportation | Feb. 24, 2014 | 1 Comments

Apk file size: 2.6 MB

As a former 48 state Truck Driver that is an expert computer programmer, I decided to make a good Logbook Recap app for Professional Drivers and for Truck Drivers. This is the good Logbook Recap app that I made.
This is the app for you if you need to travel somewhere and you need to know hours for your next planned truckload.
- This app has been designed to be quick and easy to use because people that are in a hurry, do not want to mess around with something that is overly complicated.

- Most likely the easiest and fastest logbook recap app on the entire market today.

- Quick, fast, and easy to use.

-This app was designed for figuring out your "stats" at 6am every day in the fastest method possible.
I'm sure that most company drivers can relate to this because some companies require drivers to fill out their
hours available every day by 6am.

- An alert will appear if you have less than 15 hours today, tomorrow, or the day after tomorrow.
This is extra helpful when you are tired and when you are required to make a decision right now that is
related to your next load plan.

- For 70 hours / 8 days logbooks.

- There is also a text box to type the estimated hours worked for today, and another text box to estimate how many hours that you might work tomorrow to help you plan your next truck load. This just helps you have a good idea before you talk to your dispatcher.

- Also try the paid version because it does not have advertisements, it supports the developer, and it
motivates the developer to release more software.

David Roark part of our Transportation and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Feb. 24, 2014. Google play rating is 50.0. Current verison is 5.0. Actual size 2.6 MB.

Download quicklogbookrecaplite.apk 2.6 MB


Robert Higgins

On electronic logs Electronic Logs are minute logs. This format is useless for those of us on electronic logs, just wanting a way to keep track of hours available.

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