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3.1 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

GrinZlah ,

I took the bait but this app has no bite.

First I want to say, Its fantastic what this organization and its people are doing. I wanted to support the app creator and wanted to learn about their lives because it looked like it could potentially could be exciting. However this app is not swimming in that direction. It is basically all static images with no animation, no video, no interviews, no pictures of the sharks being actually tagged by the marine biologist? This is not a 4 dollar app but 99 cents for what it currently is.

Overall its map with shark fins on it that show you info about the shark and its location and some other stuff that will frenzy you into lack of interest; for me that was within 4 minutes.

I commend the app programmer for doing this but please think of the people that buy it. They want to be excited and be pulled into the oceans and sharks and its people that are part of it.

PissedOffUser78 ,

Awesome but needs WORK!

Ok I love sharks and I think it’s amazing that you can track them.

The Good- I love that the profiles and info about that sharks are detailed. The video feature is awesome it’s let’s you see these beautiful creatures and really get a sense of there size etc.

The Bad- My notifications are on and everyday I get about a dozen ping notifications.
Only problem Is when you click on the motivation it DOESN’T take you to the shark that actually pinged.
So there I am looking at a screen with 12 shark fins on it and I’m like ok guess it’s time to play the memory game.
Also I live on the east coast at the sharks ping on the west coast. I get that this is probable west coast people who made it, but I would be cool if you guys could also data from sharks all over. Like my other shark tracker.

Like I said awesome app but needs work!

Nurse Jo ,

Expedition white shark

There is NOTHING on the entire Atlantic side except the migration track of a tiger shark from 2012. Six years ago! Nothing else. The Pacific side shows more sharks, but only minimal information and a migration track for each. This cost $4...a rip-off.


Marine Conservation Science Institute
89.8 MB

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Age Rating
Rated 4+
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