Dive Plan is a digital decompression table and log book, made using general public information, most compatible with PADI, SSI, SDI, NAUI, NAVI diving tables, and it is comparable with most of the other current diving organizations and their dive tables. Recreational dive planners are decompression tables in which non-stop time under water is calculated. The Dive Planner can be used to practice for your dive certification exams, and can be used as a general guide for planning dives, and logging your dives so you never forget what to enter into your paper log book.
Dive Plan works for diving with air (21% Oxygen) filled tanks, as well as enriched air (nitrox from 21% to 40% oxygen). Please note that when diving on an altitude, special considerations must be taken into account, and different dive tables should be used.
Dive computers use much more sophisticated algorithms for calculated non-decmpression limits, based on the whole dive, whereas the recreational dive tables are much more conservative and assume a square profile dive where the diver spends the entire dive at one depth.
- New Interface Design
- Works on all devices (all iPhone and iPad models)
- Updated Calculations
- Implemented Nitrox (Enriched Air) Mode Upgrade
- Improved Dive Details page with more LogBook information
- Faster calculations
Ratings and Reviews
Nitrox upgrade worth it
I have used Dive Plan for years and recently upgraded to nitrox version. Easy to use, can adjust your mix (fo2), ppo2, depth, bottom time, and surface interval for each dive. If you click on the abbreviated title a definition window will pop up. Capable of multiple dives with different parameters for each dive. You can even email each dive parameter with ability to add peculiar dive information (basically using it as a log book entry).
I have been diving since 1989 and I recently came across this app and hoped it would be useful instead I found it to be quite dangerous. Before I would ever use this for myself or my family I decided to test it against the SSI combined air/EANx dive tables. What I found was shocking. I applied 10 different dive scenarios and nine were incorrect regarding group designation for residual nitrogen on repetitive dives. You guys might want to go back to the drawing board and fix whatever glitch you have before somebody gets injured using your app.
Fails when comparing to PADI tables
I just did a series of test with PADI exams questions with 2 or more dives. It failed on all that went beyond the first dive. I could not recommend this to divers. I would give 0 stars if possible since errors at this level CPU,d kill you.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.