No more charts The previous app used to work perfect for me, with all the charts and data available to me, but now the only thing that I can see is the long range forecast, not a single chart (swell, period, wind or pressure) will load for me on WiFi or on data - these are what I need the app primarily for!
Missing function Previous app lists all your favourite spots in one page. It's brilliant as i can just have a quick view before I head out to the beach. Now I have to browse each location manually which is a pain. When are you guys making it so we can view the live webcam like the version on iOS?
Issues with renewal Brilliant app use it all the time, being able to adjust the wave settings at your local break is a good move to. However I can't renew my subscription for the plus app just click the button and nothing happens. Needs sorting
Where is the App+ Since this update I can no longer access App+! If my subscription is out of date I am unable to purchase a new subscription. The Forecast is often in the wave height settings and the Web cam is usually in the forecast tab. To say I'm a little unhappy would be right. Sort it out.
OK except for app+ Clicking upgrade to app+ doesn't do anything on my Motorola Maxx, running Android 4.4.4... But the forecasts have been accurate and I use app to choose best days to surf, and haven't been disappointed.
Unable to login authentication error: check email address / password. Registered both my email addresses on my galaxy note 4 and tab 12.2 gives me the same msg for both emails on both devices. Would be 5 stars if I could get it to work! Animated wind chart I find works really well. Just wish I could login so I can upgrade my account for long term forecast
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Fixed home view stream items sometimes showing up twice.
Wave buoy and wind station improvements.
Media content full width videos and features.
Surf spot directory listings improvements.
SurfsApp application information on forecasted wave height, wind direction and strength of the beaches of the country.