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    Senior Member J. Walker's Avatar
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    Does anyone know of an app that is or could make for a training log for multiple dogs? I'd like to be able to pull up training by dog or date. I haven't found anything yet but with so many folks in service industries using iPads for client contact tracking, I figured someone here must know of an app that would work. Thanks.
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    Evernote. You can create different folders for each dog. It auto saves y date of each new notes. It has different apps like skitch that allows picture notes

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    I just started using Evernote and it works well. Easy to use and you can add pictures easily.
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    And you can access it on tablet, phone, or PC.
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    Evernote is good. So is Note Taker HD. You can create templates with a picture of the training/test setup, and then mark how the dog performed with your stylus. Like Evernote you can create folders for each dog, export as a PDF and maintain in the cloud on Dropbox so you can access it anywhere- phone, iPad, or computer. -Trudie

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    Voice recognition software like Dragon would be cool to use with Evernote if I could get it to understand my marble mouth hayseed accent.

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