Tides Near Me – Free MOD 2022

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Get tides and currents near you, fast & free.
4.7/5 Votos: 52,134
Actualización
30.05.2020
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Get tides and currents near you, fast & free.

Tides Near Me focuses on nearby tide stations and current tidal conditions. Quickly learn the time of the last and next tide and current, as well as when the sun and moon will rise or set. Fully automated tide tables, charts, and predictions.

There are no ongoing payments required for up-to-date tidal information on over 5,500 tidal stations in the US, UK (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland), Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and India. We keep everything updated for you!

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Bug fixes, performance improvements.

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4 comentarios en "Tides Near Me – Free MOD 2022"

  1. Mo Chubby's Music dice:

    The app works very well at predicting the tide levels. However I found a curious issue. A friend has the same app on his phone and on one fishing trip the tide prediction for the same time, date and location were different from what was displayed on my phone. I’ll have to investigate further if this is a recurring issue.

  2. Dean Specker dice:

    Went to MA to see the ocean for the first time. I had no idea what the beach would be like at low and high tide. This app was spot on. We timed our sight seeing so we could return at high tide (the beach disappeared, by the way, at high tide) and then at low tide to play in the water. Without the app we would not have known when the beach was accessible. The accuracy of this app made our trip much more rewarding.

  3. A C dice:

    I use this app a lot and I have had zero problems with it. No glitches at all. Good listings of info. Great map of waterways. Smooth operation & fun to use. I live near the beach so I check it every day before I walk. Good for shelling. Also, we have a creek that changes its level with the tides, so if it’s very rainy, we check the tide and watch for flooding. If we go out in the marsh I’d check to make sure the water is high enough to paddle back.

  4. Thomas Long dice:

    Great app! Just figure out which USGS tidal monitoring station is nearest and most appropriate for you, locate it from the menu and the tide info you want will always be a couple of taps away. You may have to extrapolate for an area that isn’t specifically listed, or is some distance from the monitoring station, but careful observation on your part will let you figure out if you need to add an hour or subtract 15 minutes, for instance. It’s easy!

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