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    Well I finally broke down and got a smart phone. Do any of you know of a good tide app for Alaska?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgpcr View Post
    Well I finally broke down and got a smart phone. Do any of you know of a good tide app for Alaska?

    TideDataFree is what I've been using. Click on it once, states in alphabetical order come up (Alaska being listed second is nice), click on Alaska, your closest tidal areas comes up. Click on the one u want.
    I used to use another app but it was a bit of a hassle to use it if I changed ports. (Ninilchik to Valdez etc). So I been using the one I listed.
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    I second TideDataFree- been using for a few years now all over, no issues. You can even save favorite locations.
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    I use tide graph. But consider Navionics chart apps. It's my go to app. Pricy but worth it

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    Tidegraphpro and windyty.com. Also bouydata.
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    I really like Tidegraph. Puts tides in table form and highlights the current day so you don't end up an hour late! Haven't used a book for a few years.

    Also Sailflow is nice for current wind.

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    And this one isn't as useful as it is cool, but:

    http://earth.nullschool.net

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    Garmin Bluechart is a good app as is Outcast for weather, tides and such.
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