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Tide Graph

Tide Graph

Brainware LLC

Over 5000 NOAA Tide Predictions Locations in the US.

4.8 Ratings 775+ Reviews 1K+ Downloads

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  • Feb 4, 2019

    By Steve C
    The best layout of any of the tide apps that I have tried. Very responsive developer. would be a strong five star if the tables were available offline like the ios version. definitely worth the small cost.
  • Tide information at your fingertips Aug 25, 2019

    By capt-mjs
    I’ve been using Tide Graph Pro for about a year now at work, where I need quick access to present and future rides. What we liked most about this app is the on screen presentation, and the ability to look for times of tide heights between the highs and lows. The app pulls updated information from NOAA tide data. Recently we noticed in an update the harmonic station we had been using went away and only the sub station was left. I shot Bryan a quick email, and he responded right away with what was happening, and quickly rolled out an update to correct the situation. Recommend this app to anyone who wants quick, and easy to read tide data at their fingertips.
  • Sep 19, 2018

    By Sparkling Farm
    Brainware fix every issue I found. This Android version is now as good as the IOS iPad version. I now want the Pro version to get released for Android cell phones. Thanks Brian
  • Clean, quick and accurate Apr 19, 2020

    By Pjpaz
    I’ve been using both versions for quite awhile (I jumped on the Pro version when it came out after the original) and I love them. They’re fast, easy to use and they deliver a lot of info in an efficient and uncluttered way. You can access tides in your area in a couple of ways: “near me”, or by using the map. Plus, you can save favorite locations for quick access. The sun and moon rise/set info is actually much easier to see and use than the star-gazing apps I’ve purchased. Highly recommended.
  • Best Tide App on the Market Jul 26, 2020

    By Knot Fore Sail
    I’ve been using TideGraphPro for years and it’s absolutely awesome. The visual layout is especially useful as you can see the ebb and flow of the tides in one quick screen. The time offset is a HUGE feature since we live on a tidal creek where our tides are delayed 45 minutes from the nearest data point. My only critique is I wish there were a button to tap that brings you to the current time. Maybe there is and I just haven’t found it.
  • Aug 14, 2020

    By Truck
    a must have. very accurate and super helpful! thanks guys
  • Terrific user interface and helpful data Feb 19, 2021

    By Chuck in Santa Cruz
    I live near the coast and love the water so having an accurate tide program on my iPhone is a real bust. I used the original version of TideGraphPro for many years and somehow never stumbled upon the premium version. This is by far the best tide program I have ever used. The graphics, user interface, range of tide stations, and so forth are better than any I have seen before. And I highly recommend this program.
  • Nov 26, 2020

    By kb2m
    Best tide app out there
  • Clear and simple to use. Great support. May 26, 2020

    By zzewebp
    We’re open water swimmers & this app is easy to read and helpful when we plan our swims - the graph is especially helpful because to some extent we “ride” the tides, and it’s easy to see with just a glance the best times and tide levels. Also appreciate the excellent support; the developer very quickly responded to questions and suggestions. It’s a great app.
  • Mar 3, 2018

    By A Google user
    Really wish charts were available offline. The iPhone version is so much better, let's hope the Android version catches up. As it stands now, not useful.
  • Feb 4, 2019

    By Steve C
    The best layout of any of the tide apps that I have tried. Very responsive developer. would be a strong five star if the tables were available offline like the ios version. definitely worth the small cost.
  • Tide information at your fingertips Aug 25, 2019

    By capt-mjs
    I’ve been using Tide Graph Pro for about a year now at work, where I need quick access to present and future rides. What we liked most about this app is the on screen presentation, and the ability to look for times of tide heights between the highs and lows. The app pulls updated information from NOAA tide data. Recently we noticed in an update the harmonic station we had been using went away and only the sub station was left. I shot Bryan a quick email, and he responded right away with what was happening, and quickly rolled out an update to correct the situation. Recommend this app to anyone who wants quick, and easy to read tide data at their fingertips.
  • Sep 19, 2018

    By Sparkling Farm
    Brainware fix every issue I found. This Android version is now as good as the IOS iPad version. I now want the Pro version to get released for Android cell phones. Thanks Brian
  • Clean, quick and accurate Apr 19, 2020

    By Pjpaz
    I’ve been using both versions for quite awhile (I jumped on the Pro version when it came out after the original) and I love them. They’re fast, easy to use and they deliver a lot of info in an efficient and uncluttered way. You can access tides in your area in a couple of ways: “near me”, or by using the map. Plus, you can save favorite locations for quick access. The sun and moon rise/set info is actually much easier to see and use than the star-gazing apps I’ve purchased. Highly recommended.
  • Best Tide App on the Market Jul 26, 2020

    By Knot Fore Sail
    I’ve been using TideGraphPro for years and it’s absolutely awesome. The visual layout is especially useful as you can see the ebb and flow of the tides in one quick screen. The time offset is a HUGE feature since we live on a tidal creek where our tides are delayed 45 minutes from the nearest data point. My only critique is I wish there were a button to tap that brings you to the current time. Maybe there is and I just haven’t found it.
  • Aug 14, 2020

    By Truck
    a must have. very accurate and super helpful! thanks guys
  • Terrific user interface and helpful data Feb 19, 2021

    By Chuck in Santa Cruz
    I live near the coast and love the water so having an accurate tide program on my iPhone is a real bust. I used the original version of TideGraphPro for many years and somehow never stumbled upon the premium version. This is by far the best tide program I have ever used. The graphics, user interface, range of tide stations, and so forth are better than any I have seen before. And I highly recommend this program.
  • Nov 26, 2020

    By kb2m
    Best tide app out there
  • Clear and simple to use. Great support. May 26, 2020

    By zzewebp
    We’re open water swimmers & this app is easy to read and helpful when we plan our swims - the graph is especially helpful because to some extent we “ride” the tides, and it’s easy to see with just a glance the best times and tide levels. Also appreciate the excellent support; the developer very quickly responded to questions and suggestions. It’s a great app.
  • Mar 3, 2018

    By A Google user
    Really wish charts were available offline. The iPhone version is so much better, let's hope the Android version catches up. As it stands now, not useful.
  • May 27, 2020

    By Ralph Mayer
    Hard to set location, small graph, no landsape display, cannot swipe to next day.
  • Jul 18, 2017

    By A Google user
    I cannot load this app, very annoying
  • Having trouble with Watch app Jun 13, 2019

    By Snook Chaser
    The watch app doesn’t refresh and now I have a blank complication.
  • New version doesn't work! Nov 24, 2018

    By Son of Disgruntled
    Crashes immediately on starting. iPhone 6s+ on iOS 9.3.5.
  • Tide graph Pro Dec 24, 2013

    By Avid motorhead
    NOT SO GOOD! I had the older version and it was excellent! I teach tides/currents to sea kayakers and have recommended the OLDER version. Here's the problems with the the new Pro version: They admit to having a "bug" in the Calender. This means you can't go out a month to calculate tides. The graphics are much fainter and much harder to read especially if you're over 20. One example: The tide high/low arrow is hollow instead of solid. Tide stations are not prompted but have to be searched and then added. Annoying. Some of this I could live with but not the Calender issue. Tech support was worthless blaming my phone, then admitted there was a problem, the again blaming my phone all in extremely lengthy emails. Also, could not use their link to iTunes for a refund. iTunes says no refund or makes it such a convoluted process that it's not worth the effort for $4. Tidelog requires you to jump thru too many hoops to contact tech support. All in all a frustrating process. Whatever happened to basic customer service?? If it doesn't work, make it right! That simple. So deleted it and use the old version! MUCH MORE USER FRIENDLY!!! I DO NOT RECOMMEND TIDELOG PRO!
  • Current station list is incomplete. Missing the entire CA Delta. Feb 6, 2016

    By mgg4
    The support for current reporting stations in the San Francisco area is limited to the Central and South Bay. The stations in San Pablo Bay, Carquinez Straits, Suisun Bay, or any of the stations on the Sacramento or San Joaquin Rivers are completely missing from this application. I wish I could get my $2.99 back. Totally useless for me without the missing stations.
  • Free version better Aug 10, 2015

    By supercharged 1.8L
    This app stinks, free version better since you can see with one glance high and low tides. Pro screen confusing too much crap and lacking the tables. I deleted it.
  • Don't waste your money Sep 8, 2015

    By EddiePDX
    There's hardly any tide stations and the ones they do list are way off on the map. The free version is much better.
  • The Pro Version Apr 2, 2017

    By arcanearcane
    The standard version is fine. The Pro version, which is supposed to predict currents and tides, doesn't.
  • No currents Sep 8, 2014

    By pdxcommuter
    Free version has currents. This one does not and the app description does not indicate this fact. Disappointing purchase.

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  • Tide information at your fingertips Aug 25, 2019

    By capt-mjs
    I’ve been using Tide Graph Pro for about a year now at work, where I need quick access to present and future rides. What we liked most about this app is the on screen presentation, and the ability to look for times of tide heights between the highs and lows. The app pulls updated information from NOAA tide data. Recently we noticed in an update the harmonic station we had been using went away and only the sub station was left. I shot Bryan a quick email, and he responded right away with what was happening, and quickly rolled out an update to correct the situation. Recommend this app to anyone who wants quick, and easy to read tide data at their fingertips.
  • Sep 19, 2018

    By Sparkling Farm
    Brainware fix every issue I found. This Android version is now as good as the IOS iPad version. I now want the Pro version to get released for Android cell phones. Thanks Brian
  • Clean, quick and accurate Apr 19, 2020

    By Pjpaz
    I’ve been using both versions for quite awhile (I jumped on the Pro version when it came out after the original) and I love them. They’re fast, easy to use and they deliver a lot of info in an efficient and uncluttered way. You can access tides in your area in a couple of ways: “near me”, or by using the map. Plus, you can save favorite locations for quick access. The sun and moon rise/set info is actually much easier to see and use than the star-gazing apps I’ve purchased. Highly recommended.
  • Best Tide App on the Market Jul 26, 2020

    By Knot Fore Sail
    I’ve been using TideGraphPro for years and it’s absolutely awesome. The visual layout is especially useful as you can see the ebb and flow of the tides in one quick screen. The time offset is a HUGE feature since we live on a tidal creek where our tides are delayed 45 minutes from the nearest data point. My only critique is I wish there were a button to tap that brings you to the current time. Maybe there is and I just haven’t found it.
  • Aug 14, 2020

    By Truck
    a must have. very accurate and super helpful! thanks guys
  • Terrific user interface and helpful data Feb 19, 2021

    By Chuck in Santa Cruz
    I live near the coast and love the water so having an accurate tide program on my iPhone is a real bust. I used the original version of TideGraphPro for many years and somehow never stumbled upon the premium version. This is by far the best tide program I have ever used. The graphics, user interface, range of tide stations, and so forth are better than any I have seen before. And I highly recommend this program.
  • Nov 26, 2020

    By kb2m
    Best tide app out there
  • Clear and simple to use. Great support. May 26, 2020

    By zzewebp
    We’re open water swimmers & this app is easy to read and helpful when we plan our swims - the graph is especially helpful because to some extent we “ride” the tides, and it’s easy to see with just a glance the best times and tide levels. Also appreciate the excellent support; the developer very quickly responded to questions and suggestions. It’s a great app.
  • Great Support Sep 17, 2020

    By HarborCacher
    I have used this app for years and have found it very reliable. You not only get the tides in graphic form, but you also get sunrise and sunset, moon phase, moonrise and moonset, and date and time. I have recently purchased an Apple Watch and had problems with the app updating on the watch. Support was very responsive to the issue, rolling out app updates to resolve my problem.
  • Jan 9, 2019

    By Brave Traveler
    (edit) Devs listened to suggestions, end results with new version is fantastic. Having the recent searches available is perfect. Can't wait for what is up to come for androids. Thanks for caring! This app is a Solid 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 (used in the Pacific Northwest, USA) Samsung Galaxy Note8
  • Feb 4, 2019

    By Steve C
    The best layout of any of the tide apps that I have tried. Very responsive developer. would be a strong five star if the tables were available offline like the ios version. definitely worth the small cost.
  • Sep 24, 2017

    By Doug Bomeisler
    Android version is weak on features compared to iPhone version. Interface could be much more intuitive. In the tide chart, days of the week do not match up with the monthly calendar days. Users should be able to set a default tide location.
  • Feb 8, 2017

    By Jennifer Corbell
    I like the app, but am wondering what the features are on the iPhone that aren't on Android yet. For example, why doesnt the date refresh to the current date when I reopen the app?? I have tried the usual tricks to refresh but nothing seems to work, other than manually selecting the date.
  • Sep 18, 2016

    By Sterling Mehring
    Good but waiting for all the features of the Apple version.
  • It Would Be Great Nov 10, 2014

    By GodDaMonster
    If you had an update to include Apogee and Perigee to moon calendar. Currents… too.
  • Mar 3, 2018

    By A Google user
    Really wish charts were available offline. The iPhone version is so much better, let's hope the Android version catches up. As it stands now, not useful.
  • Jan 14, 2018

    By Joseph Gleason
    12-hour time? What am I, planning a brunch around the tides? 24 hour time. Also didn't seem to have a way to pick closest port for tide data. I had to scroll up the cost like Lord Vancouver.
  • Beware lost locations Apr 12, 2018

    By Ocean View
    Been using this app for years on my iPhone and iPad and like it. Just installed latest version on both devices and lost all my saved locations. Took me a good hour to recreate them again on each device. Seems like a simple thing that should have been caught in testing.
  • maybe better Dec 17, 2015

    By sophie270
    I have the free version as well and have been using it for two years. Unfortunately the pro version gives different information, different tide heights etc. This makes for a confusing tool. It also does not present its information as well as the free version. They did respond to my email about this but they gave a lame reason for the discrepancies. I will stick with the free version which has been very accurate as far as I can see.

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  • May 27, 2020

    By Ralph Mayer
    Hard to set location, small graph, no landsape display, cannot swipe to next day.
  • Jul 18, 2017

    By A Google user
    I cannot load this app, very annoying
  • Having trouble with Watch app Jun 13, 2019

    By Snook Chaser
    The watch app doesn’t refresh and now I have a blank complication.
  • New version doesn't work! Nov 24, 2018

    By Son of Disgruntled
    Crashes immediately on starting. iPhone 6s+ on iOS 9.3.5.
  • Tide graph Pro Dec 24, 2013

    By Avid motorhead
    NOT SO GOOD! I had the older version and it was excellent! I teach tides/currents to sea kayakers and have recommended the OLDER version. Here's the problems with the the new Pro version: They admit to having a "bug" in the Calender. This means you can't go out a month to calculate tides. The graphics are much fainter and much harder to read especially if you're over 20. One example: The tide high/low arrow is hollow instead of solid. Tide stations are not prompted but have to be searched and then added. Annoying. Some of this I could live with but not the Calender issue. Tech support was worthless blaming my phone, then admitted there was a problem, the again blaming my phone all in extremely lengthy emails. Also, could not use their link to iTunes for a refund. iTunes says no refund or makes it such a convoluted process that it's not worth the effort for $4. Tidelog requires you to jump thru too many hoops to contact tech support. All in all a frustrating process. Whatever happened to basic customer service?? If it doesn't work, make it right! That simple. So deleted it and use the old version! MUCH MORE USER FRIENDLY!!! I DO NOT RECOMMEND TIDELOG PRO!
  • Current station list is incomplete. Missing the entire CA Delta. Feb 6, 2016

    By mgg4
    The support for current reporting stations in the San Francisco area is limited to the Central and South Bay. The stations in San Pablo Bay, Carquinez Straits, Suisun Bay, or any of the stations on the Sacramento or San Joaquin Rivers are completely missing from this application. I wish I could get my $2.99 back. Totally useless for me without the missing stations.
  • Free version better Aug 10, 2015

    By supercharged 1.8L
    This app stinks, free version better since you can see with one glance high and low tides. Pro screen confusing too much crap and lacking the tables. I deleted it.
  • Don't waste your money Sep 8, 2015

    By EddiePDX
    There's hardly any tide stations and the ones they do list are way off on the map. The free version is much better.
  • The Pro Version Apr 2, 2017

    By arcanearcane
    The standard version is fine. The Pro version, which is supposed to predict currents and tides, doesn't.
  • No currents Sep 8, 2014

    By pdxcommuter
    Free version has currents. This one does not and the app description does not indicate this fact. Disappointing purchase.

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