Tide Graph Pro universal app provides over 6000 US tide and water current predictions without the need for an internet connection. The beautiful new scrolling design and the highly optimized prediction engine was developed from the ground up based on formulas and data provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. You can even enter barometric pressure and wind speeds to improve the accuracy. If you liked Tide Graph, you will love Tide Graph Pro.
The applications Tide Graph Pro was published
in the category Navigation on 2013-10-16 and
was developed by Brainware.
The file size is 14.38 MB.
The current version is 4.6 and works well on
8.0 and high ios versions.
Fixed Watch Complications bug
The standard version is fine. The Pro version, which is supposed to predict currents and tides, doesn't.
The tides are somethings that can be calculated, with well known formulas. This app does that!
The support for current reporting stations in the San Francisco area is limited to the Central and South Bay. The stations in San Pablo Bay, Carquinez Straits, Suisun Bay, or any of the stations on the Sacramento or San Joaquin Rivers are completely missing from this application. I wish I could get my $2.99 back. Totally useless for me without the missing stations.
Added the complication to the watch face but it does not show up.
I have the free version as well and have been using it for two years. Unfortunately the pro version gives different information, different tide heights etc. This makes for a confusing tool. It also does not present its information as well as the free version. They did respond to my email about this but they gave a lame reason for the discrepancies. I will stick with the free version which has been very accurate as far as I can see.
Sure Siri can tell you tides, but it doesn't show all the tidal stations near you and the ones it has can easily be off by hours. For me that's the difference between making it down the beach, or getting stuck with water coming in over the door frame. This has always been my favorite tide app, and the upgrade is awesome.
There's hardly any tide stations and the ones they do list are way off on the map. The free version is much better.
This app stinks, free version better since you can see with one glance high and low tides. Pro screen confusing too much crap and lacking the tables. I deleted it.
I use it on my iPhone occasionally (though I like the presentation of the free version better). But tried to download to my iPad (Air 2) and it won't let me choose another station via any of the mechanisms. I select Edit Locations, then any of the selection choices and they just sit there. No additional dialog pops up.
After looking at many tide apps, this one was the best I found and continues to get updates for current OS. Love the fact brought back the map & can share the tide info to other apps (just discovered that today, great for keeping fishing log). Living near the gulf & fishing many locations, couldn't imagine not having this app.