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The SB Dive Apps for Smart Phones Sticky

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by Cave Diver, Dec 2, 2010.

  1. novaecaine

    novaecaine Angel Fish

    App: Diving Dude
    Platform: i​OS
    OS Requirement: 6.0 and later
    Price: Entirely Free
    Download: App Store
    Diving Dude : The Scuba Diving World in 6 Squares.

    The first social app for scuba divers has announced the release of its version 2 with a newly designed menu gathering 6 Squares.
    Diving Dude is also now open to Scuba Diving Operators that can publish their full profile, scheduled dive trips, dive courses, crew details, latest news and events and have it seen by thousands of divers worldwide. More on the website.

    About the 6 Squares:

    ·1st Square - Dive Deck
    We have partnered with Scuba Diver Life, the best scuba diving blog on the Internet to bring you the latest articles directly on your Dive Deck.
    + The latest news and events from your favorite dive shops
    + Your buddies’ dive trips

    ·2nd Square – Logbook
    The logbook has been beautifully redesigned. Logging a new dive and/or trip has never been so fluid. You can now leave reviews on the dive shops you dived with and have it endorse your dives.

    ·3rd Square – Scuba Look Up
    Looking for a dive trip or a dive course? This is the search engine you need.

    ·4th Square – Shops & Clubs
    Dive Shops can now claim/create their dedicated page and publish their full profile, scheduled dive trips and course offerings. Divers can follow their favorite shops (like on Twitter) and receive the latest information from them.

    ·5th Square – Dive Spots
    Explore dive spots near your location or anywhere around the world.

    ·6th Square – Buddies
    To fully experience Diving Dude, there is nothing better than adding your friends as diving buddies via your contacts book, Facebook, Twitter, SMS or email.

    A video preview of this version is available here
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  2. Alexandra

    Alexandra Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Washington, DC
    There was a pretty good article in the April 2013 Dive Training magazine reviewing a bunch of diving related apps. Click here to view the article.
  3. Bcs925

    Bcs925 Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Florida
    The Dive Plan
    Platform: BlackBerry
    O/S version needed: version 10+
    Cost: $1.99
    Location to download from: The Dive Plan - BlackBerry World
    Description of the app:

    The Dive plan in an essential tool to check dive tables when planning your next dive. Easily switch between PADI Tables and NAUI Tables.

    - Plan 2 or 3 tank dives.
    - Calculate allowable next dive.
    - Find out minimum surface intervals between dives.
    - All depths can be calculated in feet or meters.
    - PADI and NAUI Tables

    Full disclosure, I am the developer of this app... Additionally the BlackBerry fan site CrackBerry has done a review/video of The Dive Plan v1 (v2 is the current version that has more features than shown) which can give a bit more of a preview: SCUBA dive deeper and safer with The Dive Plan for the BlackBerry Z10 | CrackBerry.com
  4. kesser

    kesser Angel Fish

    App: Scuba Diving calculator - SAC Pro
    Platform: Android
    OS Requirement:2.2 +
    Price: $1,26
    Download: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=kesser.Nurkowy_Kalkulator_SAC_Pro
    Description: This is a simple calculator for recreational scuba divers to calculate gas consumption rate - SAC ((Surface Air Consumption). With the knowledge of gas consumption recreational divers can get an idea of ​​what is its use of gas for what makes you more informed and safer to plan your dive.
    With this calculator on your phone you can do the calculations and compare with diving partner immediately after the dive.
    You can give maximum depth instead of average depth.
    Calculator assumes the conversion of 10 meters = 1 at.
    Nitrox calclutor for Maximum Operation Depth in metres and feet for 1,4 and 1,6 PPO2.
    Imperial system PSI, cu ft.
    Calculator presents statistics of the last 10 dives in the form of a table.
    Future features: layouts for different screens.
    Calculator serves educational and pictorial purpose so the author is not liable for any damage arising from its use.
    Language polish, english, german (translate google)
  5. DiveNav

    DiveNav ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Southern California
    App: My Nitroxbuddy
    iPhone and Android Smartphones
    OS Requirement: iOS 6.0 and later, Android 4.4 and later
    AppStore, GooglePlay

    My Nitroxbuddy is the accompanying App for our Nitroxbuddy product: the Smartphone Oxygen analyzer for the connected SCUBA diver.

    Online class is HERE


  6. kesser

    kesser Angel Fish


    App: Calculator EANx Nitrox
    Platform: Android
    Price: Free
    Download: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=kesser.kalkulatornitroxeanx.ean

    This calculator handy to every diver who uses Nitrox.
    With this application an easy way to figure your:
    - Best Mix (1.4 PPO2), which is the best mix for the planned depth
    - Maximum depth for a given mixture (1.4 and 1.6 PPO2)
    Calculations can do metric and imperial (meters, feet)
    The quick way you can verify / schedule your dive plans and validate the selection mix.

    Language: PL, EN, DE
  7. nweakland

    nweakland Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    SCUBA Instagauge Tank Gauge
    Android Marketplace All versions
    Cost .99 cents
    Demo video
    Instantly tell how much air is in your SCUBA tank right from your phone without the need to connect a regulator or gauge of any kind. The whole process takes less than 3 seconds.
    Last edited: Sep 18, 2015

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