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The now-aptly-named Tide Watch 5.1, with support for the Apple Watch (fixed in v5.1), is now available in the App Store. The Glance feature displays the current level at the location selected in the app, and the app displays predictions for the locations on the app's favorites list. V5.1 also adds settings to control visibility of sun/moon rise/set events.

We've been busy! Tide Watch v4.0 and CompArea v1.2 are now available in the App Store! Both apps are updated for iOS 8, and Tide Watch adds a new user interface for displaying and navigating between favorite and recently viewed locations.

Tide Watch 3.1 is available in the App Store; the new version allows you to specify a starting date for displayed tide predictions, making it possible to check tides more than a week in the future.

Tide Watch 3.0 is in the App Store! Aye, we changed the name, and updated it for iOS 7, which is now required. CompArea has also been updated to support and require iOS 7.

Eye Tide 2.0 is in the App Store! v2.0 adds two major significant features: map-based search makes it easier to select a location for tide predictions, and we've added National Weather Service forecast data to the tide events, which adds alerts, wave heights, wind speeds, and other useful data just in time for hurricane season. 

Our second iOS app is available in the App Store! CompArea is an iPad app that allows you to compare the size of two geographic areas or features by displaying side-by-side maps synchronized to identical scales. 

Our first iOS app, Eye Tide, is now available in the iTunes App Store. Eye Tide provides tide predictions, along with sun/moon rise&set, for hundreds of locations in the USA.

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Jun052013

Eye Tide 2.0 is available in the App Store

We're happy to announce the availability of Eye Tide 2.0, which adds two important capabilities in time for the beach and boating season: map-based search, and weather forecasts. Both features require an Internet connection.

Map-based search allows you to search for a location of interest (say, a beach or harbor), and the nearest tide prediction station to that location. Search is based on the content of Apple's map service, so you may not find a specific beach, but finding a town or even street address is probably sufficient to select a station with prediction values that match (closely enough) your desired location.

Eye Tide also fetches weather forecasts for the selected tide station location from a service provided by the National Weather Service. The relevant forecast information is summarized for each tide event displayed in the tide table; tapping on the tide event displays the complete forecast. Forecast data includes weather alerts, wave height (most releveant to tide levels), wind, precipitation, and, of course, temperature.

 

Eye Tide is available in the App Store.

 

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