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Scouting Mobile App for Scoutbook

Now available forboth iPhone and Android devices. You can search for “Scouting BSA,” or click these direct links to download from the Apple App Store or Google Play.

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NOTE: This app currently only supports Scouts who have Scoutbook accounts and Parents who are associated with their Scouts in Scoutbook. Leaders should open a browser window on their phone and log into http://scoutbook.com

Scouting makes it easier than ever for youth and their parents to view and track advancement in the Cub Scouting and Scouts BSA programs—as well as youth recognition in the Venturing program. The app pulls existing advancement data straight from Scoutbook for viewing on an enhanced user interface. 

No cell service? No problem! If your Scouting Adventures take you off the grid, this app’s offline capability allows parents and youth (13 and older) to access advancement data anywhere at any time. 

Once the app is downloaded, parents and youth should use their Scoutbook credentials to login. If you don’t have a Scoutbook account yet, visit  scoutbook.scouting.org  to create one. Note, a youth and parent can still setup a Scouting account for the new mobile app without a unit subscription to Scoutbook.

The initial release of the app contains the following functions:

  • Track a Scout’s advancement
  • Track logs like service hours, hiking, and camping
  • View parent and/or Scout profile
  • Submit feedback
  • Provide parent access to your Scouts’ accounts

The app also supports a night-mode feature, user default data settings, and offline capabilities (under settings).

How a Parent Can Connect to their Scout in the app.

If a parent doesn’t see their Scout, contact your council office and ask that you are made associated with your child in Registrar Tools.

Updated on May 3, 2024

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