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    Reptile Keeping Apps

    I just switched from Android to iPhone and was wondering what y’all use for reptile record keeping apps. Does anybody use snake keeper, and if so do you like it?
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    Re: Reptile Keeping Apps

    Iíve used snake keeper for a few years now. Itís okay once youíre in a routine of using it, but itís completely intuitive at first. Having said that, I do enjoy the statistics it gives regarding shed cycles, feeding, and what not.


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    Reptile Keeping Apps

    I like stats and the like but my snake keeping experience has kinda evolved into a very Ďlucidí thing over the years..

    It does indeed get kinda intuitive after a while as mentioned above - mine are all in vivs which enables me to observe their individual behaviour patterns .. after a while you just notice any changes in their particular behaviour ..

    I used to feed every 7 days , same time etc but soon realised that snakes are like us .. all so very different. I have Royals that eat every time BUT only after 10 days or so not every week ..


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    Re: Reptile Keeping Apps

    I mistyped when I sent my reply.

    The app is *not completely intuitive at first but you get the hang of it rather quickly.


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    Re: Reptile Keeping Apps

    I use Reptile Buddy. Setting it up is a little bit intense but once you get going it's not bad. It keeps track of everything I need it to and more. I have an Android tho so I'm not sure if it's available for iPhone.

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    Re: Reptile Keeping Apps

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    I mistyped when I sent my reply.

    The app is *not completely intuitive at first but you get the hang of it rather quickly.


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    Oops

    I was referring to snake keeping as being intuitive


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    Pen and paper. Easy. Cheap. And completely customizable.

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    Pen and paper. Easy. Cheap. And completely customizable.
    Or just let it all happen ...


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    I use iherp.com.

    It does everything I need and plenty I don't. But it's very simple to navigate so I'm all for that.

    P.S. booooo Iphone! I bought one iPhone and broke two screens in a matter of months. I HATED the phone top to bottom. Literally the only thing I kinda liked was the camera. I ended up paying to upgrade early I couldn't wait to go back to Android so bad.

    But, who knows, I know plenty of folks who swear by iPhone. Some even make sure the say "iPhone". Like "call me, I'll have my iPhone on." Just say phone, hahahahaha.
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    Re: Reptile Keeping Apps

    Quote Originally Posted by Craiga 01453 View Post
    I use iherp.com.

    It does everything I need and plenty I don't. But it's very simple to navigate so I'm all for that.

    P.S. booooo Iphone! I bought one iPhone and broke two screens in a matter of months. I HATED the phone top to bottom. Literally the only thing I kinda liked was the camera. I ended up paying to upgrade early I couldn't wait to go back to Android so bad.

    But, who knows, I know plenty of folks who swear by iPhone. Some even make sure the say "iPhone". Like "call me, I'll have my iPhone on." Just say phone, hahahahaha.
    This is my first iPhone, and itís only been a day, but I already miss my Android. The biggest reason I got it was because AT&T had a great deal going, Iíve heard really good things about the camera, and all my brothers and sisters have been hounding me for years to switch so we can all face time. Iíve got 14 days to make a switch so Iíll play with it a little more. I got them for the whole family and mama bear and baby bear both seem to love theirs.

    I heard about iherp but I didnít see it in the istore.
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