Tide Graph Pro universal app provides over 5000 up to date and historical US tide and water current predictions without the need for an internet connection. The scrolling design and the optimized prediction engine was developed from the ground up based on formulas and data provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Additional Features of Pro version
- Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Yearly tides graphs
- Multiple Stations
- High/Low tide Alert Notifications
- Apple Watch Integration
- Designed for iPad/iPhone and iPhoneX
- Moon Chart
- GPS/Map/Search Tides
- Barometric Pressure calibration
- Time offset calibration
Added Dark Mode support and improved calendar.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Tide information at your fingertips
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.
Clean, quick and accurate
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.
Best Tide App on the Market
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.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.