Tide Graph Pro App Reviews

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TideGraphPro

Beautiful job, many thanks! Intuitive, uncluttered, with a wealth of information. I really like the Moon presentation - the lovely daily graphic as well as the monthly calendar. I live along the north shore of Massachusetts - where our tides run 9 or 10 feet and more, so they are important to our lives as nature lovers, boaters, fishermen, clammers, photographers. Easily worth the price of a mere cup of cappuccino, TideGraphPro will bring me years of info and enjoyment!

Invaluable.

I surf and this is the most valuable app that I have. I can choose the exact tide I am trying to be at or an exact time in the future to check. I can also go back and note the tide it was when surf hit its sweet spot. This is my second app by this developer and actually was one reason I ended up with an iPhone. Had the previous originally on itouch.

ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!!!

thank you developers. have used your original version extensively and soooo greatly appreciate this upgrade!!!

Now its got more great info like currents!

I have been using this app for several years. After my weather radar app my next stop is here. Then my fishing calendar. Im in the Coast Guard Auxiliary in Swansboro NC where skinny water (<2) is readily available, so we need a lot of info on tides and currents. With Pro I get both. I dont get current for my exact location, but now I can thumb swipe to a nearby tidal location I have entered and get what I need by extrapolation. The addition of variable time periods is fantastic for fishing and cruising planning. I discover something new every day. I have absolutely no connection with the producers of this app, but I absolutely cannot live (I am retired) without it! The earlier version saved my ukw several times.

Tide graph Pro

NOT SO GOOD! I had the older version and it was excellent! I teach tides/currents to sea kayakers and have recommended the OLDER version. Heres the problems with the the new Pro version: They admit to having a "bug" in the Calender. This means you cant go out a month to calculate tides. The graphics are much fainter and much harder to read especially if youre over 20. One example: The tide high/low arrow is hollow instead of solid. Tide stations are not prompted but have to be searched and then added. Annoying. Some of this I could live with but not the Calender issue. Tech support was worthless blaming my phone, then admitted there was a problem, the again blaming my phone all in extremely lengthy emails. Also, could not use their link to iTunes for a refund. iTunes says no refund or makes it such a convoluted process that its not worth the effort for $4. Tidelog requires you to jump thru too many hoops to contact tech support. All in all a frustrating process. Whatever happened to basic customer service?? If it doesnt work, make it right! That simple. So deleted it and use the old version! MUCH MORE USER FRIENDLY!!! I DO NOT RECOMMEND TIDELOG PRO!

Tide Graph Pro--Use it every day. Easy, Useful.

This is an update of a Feb 2014 review: I had to write a review to balance the bad review I just read: I walk my dogs by the San Francisco Bay, and they love to walk on the sand and gooey seaweed-ed rocks. I use this app every day, to know when the tide will be low enough for them to walk on the rocks (or high enough so they wont want to, so they don’t smell like seaweed later). Regarding the calendar in Tide Graph Pro, I dont need or use it. My interest is daily or weekly. I am over 60, with recent eye surgery, and they screen is easy to read, even in the sunlight at the park. Regarding tide stations, I just enter the location I am interested in, and the app figures out the appropriate tide station (and the information is very accurate for my purposes.) I like it enough for 5 stars: works well, easy to use, no glitches.I use this plus NOAA Buoy Data Reader, which gives the wind temp and speed. Buoy Data can also give tide data, but the tide table is complicated, with tiny print. I recommend getting both, if you live at the coast, or go there and want to know what to wear. (I have not association with the developers of either app: I just use both of them everyday, on both an iPhone 4s and 5s)

Convenient app

Have been using this app in areas with large tides and it works great! Had questions and app support was speedy and thorough

No currents

Free version has currents. This one does not and the app description does not indicate this fact. Disappointing purchase.

It Would Be Great

If you had an update to include Apogee and Perigee to moon calendar. Currents… too.

Best tide app

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, couldnt imagine not having this app.

Doesnt seem to work on iPad

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 wont 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.

Free version 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.

Dont waste your money

Theres hardly any tide stations and the ones they do list are way off on the map. The free version is much better.

So great to see a new and pro version

Sure Siri can tell you tides, but it doesnt show all the tidal stations near you and the ones it has can easily be off by hours. For me thats 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.

maybe better

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.

Complication Issue

Added the complication to the watch face but it does not show up.

Current station list is incomplete. Missing the entire CA Delta.

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.

Finally

The tides are somethings that can be calculated, with well known formulas. This app does that!

Pretty good

I gave this app a try after getting an Apple Watch. Normally I wear a Nixon super tide being a surfer knowing what’s going on it’s important. I look forward to rating the reliability of this app against the charts to see how accurate it is. My one complaint it doesn’t have its own face. But hey it’s still really good.

The Pro Version

The standard version is fine. The Pro version, which is supposed to predict currents and tides, doesn't.

Finally

The tides are somethings that can be calculated, with well known formulas. This app does that!

Current station list is incomplete. Missing the entire CA Delta.

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.

Complication Issue

Added the complication to the watch face but it does not show up.

maybe better

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.

So great to see a new and pro version

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.

Don't waste your money

There's hardly any tide stations and the ones they do list are way off on the map. The free version is much better.

Free version 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.

Doesn't seem to work on iPad

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.

Best tide app

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.

It Would Be Great

If you had an update to include Apogee and Perigee to moon calendar. Currents… too.

No currents

Free version has currents. This one does not and the app description does not indicate this fact. Disappointing purchase.

Convenient app

Have been using this app in areas with large tides and it works great! Had questions and app support was speedy and thorough

Tide Graph Pro--Use it every day. Easy, Useful.

This is an update of a Feb 2014 review: I had to write a review to balance the bad review I just read: I walk my dogs by the San Francisco Bay, and they love to walk on the sand and gooey seaweed-ed rocks. I use this app every day, to know when the tide will be low enough for them to walk on the rocks (or high enough so they won't want to, so they don’t smell like seaweed later). Regarding the calendar in Tide Graph Pro, I don't need or use it. My interest is daily or weekly. I am over 60, with recent eye surgery, and they screen is easy to read, even in the sunlight at the park. Regarding tide stations, I just enter the location I am interested in, and the app figures out the appropriate tide station (and the information is very accurate for my purposes.) I like it enough for 5 stars: works well, easy to use, no glitches.I use this plus NOAA Buoy Data Reader, which gives the wind temp and speed. Buoy Data can also give tide data, but the tide table is complicated, with tiny print. I recommend getting both, if you live at the coast, or go there and want to know what to wear. (I have not association with the developers of either app: I just use both of them everyday, on both an iPhone 4s and 5s)

Tide graph Pro

NOT SO GOOD! I had the older version and it was excellent! I teach tides/currents to sea kayakers and have recommended the OLDER version. Here's the problems with the the new Pro version: They admit to having a "bug" in the Calender. This means you can't go out a month to calculate tides. The graphics are much fainter and much harder to read especially if you're over 20. One example: The tide high/low arrow is hollow instead of solid. Tide stations are not prompted but have to be searched and then added. Annoying. Some of this I could live with but not the Calender issue. Tech support was worthless blaming my phone, then admitted there was a problem, the again blaming my phone all in extremely lengthy emails. Also, could not use their link to iTunes for a refund. iTunes says no refund or makes it such a convoluted process that it's not worth the effort for $4. Tidelog requires you to jump thru too many hoops to contact tech support. All in all a frustrating process. Whatever happened to basic customer service?? If it doesn't work, make it right! That simple. So deleted it and use the old version! MUCH MORE USER FRIENDLY!!! I DO NOT RECOMMEND TIDELOG PRO!

Now it's got more great info like currents!

I have been using this app for several years. After my weather radar app my next stop is here. Then my fishing calendar. I'm in the Coast Guard Auxiliary in Swansboro NC where skinny water (<2') is readily available, so we need a lot of info on tides and currents. With Pro I get both. I don't get current for my exact location, but now I can thumb swipe to a nearby tidal location I have entered and get what I need by extrapolation. The addition of variable time periods is fantastic for fishing and cruising planning. I discover something new every day. I have absolutely no connection with the producers of this app, but I absolutely cannot live (I am retired) without it! The earlier version saved my ukw several times.

ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!!!

thank you developers. have used your original version extensively and soooo greatly appreciate this upgrade!!!

Invaluable.

I surf and this is the most valuable app that I have. I can choose the exact tide I am trying to be at or an exact time in the future to check. I can also go back and note the tide it was when surf hit its sweet spot. This is my second app by this developer and actually was one reason I ended up with an iPhone. Had the previous originally on itouch.

TideGraphPro

Beautiful job, many thanks! Intuitive, uncluttered, with a wealth of information. I really like the Moon presentation - the lovely daily graphic as well as the monthly calendar. I live along the north shore of Massachusetts - where our tides run 9 or 10 feet and more, so they are important to our lives as nature lovers, boaters, fishermen, clammers, photographers. Easily worth the price of a mere cup of cappuccino, TideGraphPro will bring me years of info and enjoyment!

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