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    Can anyone comment on the best tide app for my iphone. I'd like one that shows a graph in addition to the tide table. Also, free is better.

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    I have been using Tide Graph by Brainware and it has worked well for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BN2FSH View Post
    Can anyone comment on the best tide app for my iphone. I'd like one that shows a graph in addition to the tide table. Also, free is better.
    I don't have an iPhone, but I use an ap for my Android called "Tide Chart" from Hanitaro and it's great, and free. You can input 3 different "ports" (like I have Seldovia, Bear Cove and Anchor Point input in mine) that you can scroll between, and you get a really nice graph and at the top of the page the date, the times of each tide and the actual height. I love it.
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    I use tide graph. Covers any tide station in the western US.
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    You could go a step further and for a couple bucks get Bouy Data. You get all of the tide charts and you can get weather and sea info from all of the NOAA bouys. Well worth the couple bucks IMHO.

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    I use Tides Planner. It has the different Bouy stations and show a graph as well. It has been the best free tide app that I've found, with the tide times matching the book and matching what I see on the water.
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