Dive into a beautiful 3D aquarium on your device!
Info: MyReef 3D Aquarium 3 is available now. Give it a try!
MyReef 2 is a saltwater aquarium that fits in your pocket – customize your tank and interact with the fish, or just sit back and enjoy life on a beautiful reef.
Featuring 48 types of vibrant tropical fish, MyReef 2 includes species-specific movement and interaction. You can individually select the inhabitants of your aquarium, feed the fish, and even annoy them by tapping on the "glass".
Two dynamic cameras let you choose your view: The fish camera allows you to zoom in on a fish, automatically following its movements, and the auto camera focuses on points of interest while you relax. Use common touchscreen gestures to control the camera, sound, and to easily choose fish for your aquarium.
It’s never been easier to enjoy the benefits of an aquarium – from stress relief to learning about fish care, MyReef 2 puts it all in the palm of your hand!
- Observe realistic animations, behavior, and interactions of up to 48 species of 3D fish
- Customize five aquariums, selecting backgrounds, accessories, and the perfect mixture of species
- Participate in detailed interaction with your fish, including feeding and knocking on the front "glass" to annoy them
- Move and zoom easily using common touchscreen gestures
- View your aquarium in soothing shades of midnight blue
MyReef 3D Aquarium 3 is available now.
- support for iPhone X
Ratings and Reviews
I wrote the paragraph below two years ago. I still love this app but it needs an update. Just got the MyLake aquarium which this same company recently updated and it rocks. Love it. So now lets update this one. How about a few new fish. Maybe the dog faced puffer fish, or the one that looks like a wedge, its called flying wedge or arrow fish or something such thing. Gift is incredible. These are both great apps. Have to make myself stop looking at them. Now the MyLake is also available for
Apple TV! Wow.
Fantastic app. One of the first apps I got & still one of my favorites. I hope we will continue to get more variety of fish with future upgrades. I also love the "own" feature for the background. I use photos from the Hubble telescope.
Best Aquarium App
Looked at a number of aquarium simulators and this one was by far the best. Not a game so you can just enjoy. Would give it 5 stars if it had true airplay support, although video works with airplay if mirror is on the audio doesn't, but play a sound app or your music in the background. Spent the $3 to remove ads and worth that small price since much more enjoyable.
Like that it gives you a choice of tanks and other options, plus no care fish. Discovered it apparently is set up to connect via HDMI cable and then to be controlled that way.
You can make any changes on your iPad and then stream to your TV via Apple TV. But all can only zoom until airplay is turned off. Wish it had an airplay mode. And fills the iPad mini screen but is slightly smaller than the 43 inch TV tried it on. Could not add fish for some reason, the other options all seemed to work fine.
Because of the graphics compared to others and the things it does do, I am not sorry I bought it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.