Keep your existing Hackaday.io projects up-to-date with your mobile device and this companion app. Capture photos of your hardware projects, caption them, and log your project progress.
How it works
- Take a project photo, crop and rotate if needed.
- Write a caption for your log.
- Select an existing project including private projects.
- Title and create a new log.
- Or choose an existing log to append to.
- Review and post your project update.
Keeping regular logs of your ongoing hardware projects is the best way to take advantage of the community support and broad visibility provided by the Hackaday.io platform.
The app is available for iOS and Android:
Your existing Hackaday.io email and password are required to login. If you signed up with Twitter or Github these options are available at the bottom of the login screen.
If you have forgotten your password you can create a new password here.
Photos and editing
On the photo capture screen you can take a new photo or access the photo gallery in the top right. Rotating and crop tools appear after a photo has been captured.
Posting to a project log
Choose from an existing public or private project. Then select from an existing log or create and title a new log. New projects can be created here.
From the home screen, click on your avatar in the top right to open the user menu. The menu contains a logout link as well as other options.