I am a marine biologist I downloaded the app when it first came out. Once you learn how to use it, it is great. I removed out b/c I live in central Pennsylvania. I just put it back on my phone because I have two beach trips planned to two different states. I can't wait to use it on the Atlantic coast this summer and then late fall.
This is amazing and has huge potential to be a great app with lots of info and fun. But it does require updates a plenty. The search engine doesn't work, it crashed within the first minute, and no movement is registered no matter how often I check. I would love this if it worked properly
Shark week If you learn how to use the app it works. Mary Lee pinged off my coast just yesterday afternoon. You have to refresh the feed. Again I can't stress enough to learn how to use the app. This app works just fine and I have a samsung galaxy 5. 5 stars because it works but also because it's a great app. I love great whites. I love knowing when they have come to my waters.
Would love it if it worked.... This is such a cool idea for an app, but mine freezes every time I try to do ANYTHING but just look at the map. I can't track, or look at profiles, or even go to my settings without the app freezing and having to force close it. 😞 I have the LG3
Awesome app but... I know one thing that would just be perfect for this. The ability to "follow" certain sharks. The first shark I laid eyes on I fell in love with. Lisha. 1337 lbs that's epic. It would be awesome if I could follow her journey in the deep blue. And I just noticed the old dates.
Great idea if the app actually worked I can't get the app to run smoothly on either my phone or my tablet. It freezes and force-closes immediately after opening half the time, and the other half it just locks up when I click on any of the locator points.
• Aurasma Integration - Augmented Reality
• Updates to application flow
• Easy access to most recent pings
• Shop for OCEARCH gears
• Improved Performance
• Crash Issue Fixed
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