Warning - inaccurate predictions. They claim it's the model but it's generally about half an hour out compared to ALL the other online resources. Use with caution if at all.
Agree with other comments It is a good start and worth having but it does need some fine tuning. A local/nearest port tab and favourite ports needed. No help or settings tab. Used to the PC version functions, depth of water risk of grounding would be useful. When first accessed found local port but can not get that to work now. Looking forward to the improvements!
Looking forward..... Still only tide tool I can find with ability to show times at which the tide is at a specified height which is very useful if home berth drys or is behind a bar. However it would be good if a target height could be stored for each port. Selection of port according to GPS nearest could be useful on water but a real pain when planning away from home location. Favourites would be useful. Thanks.
Worth waiting for, excellent Just what you would expect from the Tide plotter developers, perfect for saving me the hassle of working out those secondary ports and many other tidal calculations. Big plus is the two years data without the need to be on the internet.
Good job I had a problem installing it last week on my nexus 7. Tried it again this morning and it works fine. Looks like a useful piece of kit.
Very useful but under-engineered Great to have two years' worth of data to hand but the app has plenty of room to improve - favourite ports, local ports, filter that you could click on, days that you could click on, ability to see today's data, highlighting today in the list, etc Not sure the use of the "find" a tidal height facility. Looking forward to the free update.
data to 2019