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About this app

RiverFlows offers a quick and easy way to view data from river gage sites using an Android device. This is useful for fishing, kayaking, rafting, canoeing, or any other pursuit that requires tracking lake and river levels in the U.S.

Supported Data Sources:
US Army Corps of Engineers
Colorado Department of Water Resources
California Data Exchange Center

The Riverflows app and widget are now open source!: https://github.com/robinmj/riverflows
Updated on
Jan 5, 2021

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588 reviews
A Google user
May 20, 2019
I've already made a great review of this app once, but hopefully the developers reads these reviews. it would be nice to set favorites in groups. I work on the rivers pushing barges. sometimes I am on the Mississippi River, and other times I am running the Illinois or Ohio Rivers. it would be nice if their were groups so that you weren't trying to load 25 or 30 stages at once. You could only load the group that you were currently running. Other than that, I absolutely love this app!
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May 17, 2020
This app is a really nice reference to use when kayaking and fishing rivers. If I changed anything...I would like to see a feature that allowed a 5 day forecasted outlook. If that option was added, I'd give 5 stars
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N. K.
January 2, 2021
The best river levels app, by far, UNTIL recently when NOAA/AHPS gauges stopped being available on the app. Looking forward to an update and having those available again.
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What's new

This release restores connectivity with AHPS and CODWR gage sites, and also restores data compatibility with CDEC gage sites