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OSX Dive Computer Software

Discussion in 'Dive Software' started by n3rdftw, Feb 21, 2014.

  1. n3rdftw

    n3rdftw NAUI Instructor


    I found a few really old (a year or two in software moves fast!) threads, but nothing recent. (forgive me for missing anything)

    I have some oceanic computers, a Geo 2.0 and an Atom 3.1, that I want to keep syncing on a Mac, and it seems the two big products are DiverLog and MacDive.

    Does anyone have experience with either? Or a comparison of the two would be even better. I'm trying to figure out which one is worth my money. Does anyone also have experience with the iPhone app DiverLog?

    MacDive or Diverlog for Mac

  2. morejanus

    morejanus Captain

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: USA
    Actually, you also have the option of Dive Log Manager or Dive Log DT for MacOS and Dive Log for iOS

    If you contact me directly, I'd be happy to give you a biased review of them :)

  3. altaskier

    altaskier Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Chicagoland, USA
    I've been a happy use of MacDive for many years now. The developer is very responsive, quickly adds the protocol to communicate with new computers when they come out, listens to suggestions for improvements to the software, and is continuously improving it. Check out the forum on the program's web page. I give it a strong endorsement.
  4. JohnN

    JohnN ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Oar--eee---gun
    I'd encourage you to look at Subsurface Subsurface | An open source divelog Native Mac support, both of your computers are supported (and a whole lot more), price is free

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