TractorPal App Available Today!

We are pleased to announce that the new iPhone app titled TractorPal is now available from App Store! Find it here:

TractorPal keeps inventory and maintenance records for all your agriculture machines and

attachments, including your cars and trucks. As an available add-on, you can email these

records to service dealers or potential buyers. Built by farmers in South Dakota for farmers

all over the world, this app will simplify your machine care in three ways:


Track Your Inventory:


Log all of your large and small machinery and automobiles including tractors, pickups, lawn

mowers, cars, combines, sprayers, loaders, skid loaders, backhoes, attachments, and more.

TractorPal can track each item’s serial number, model year, purchase date and price, original

miles/hours, and you can even save a picture of your item. The free version of the

TractorPal provides space to track one machine or vehicle. If you like the service, a one-time

purchase offers the option to track an unlimited number of items.


Track Service and Receive Reminders:


TractorPal simplifies your record-keeping process. TractorPal records each item’s

maintenance (e.g., changing oil, filters, tires, and irregular repairs.), and will remind you when

service is required. You can even set your own reminder intervals! This app will even record

the part numbers you used!


Email Records (with in-app purchase):


Ever walk into the dealership and ask for all the filters for your machine, and they ask for

your serial number or the part number you need? Now, all that impossible-to-remember

information will be stored in your phone. Just email or show your phone to your parts

person. It’s that easy! With the service records at your fingertips, TractorPal makes selling

your machine easier, whether the buyer is down the road or across the nation. With

TractorPal this information is ready to go. Simply click ‘email report ’ and send.


Try it for FREE right now on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch; download today



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