Tide apps for phone (spec Boston area)

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Okay question for the smartphone owners on here...

I'm in Boston area and looking for a good app to download that'll show me the tides...I know SeaTow's got a tide predictor but are there any other good ones?

I like the curvy-thing that shows me where we are on a tide...
Are there any good widgets that can be used as well?
 

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tide chart free

I have a droid phone and use " tide chart free". Works good, has the curve, and allows you to save multiple ports.....and the price is right.
 

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Tide Graph on my iPhone. It has the curvy graph and is good everywhere. I think it was free, iv been using it for several years now.
 

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I run NOAA Buoy Data app / it's free :roll:... the IRS already charged me for it.

Tide stations, Buoy data, moon phases. very easily you can set it up for favorites. Gives the wavey tide chart too.
 

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PITOU,

The only NOAA App I could find is $1.99. Not much money but could you confirm the name Free is always better
 

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JK - NOAA Buoy Data Reader by Verona Solutions was free when I got it in 2010 when it first came out ... things must've have changed. I'm not big on buying apps and never have, but for $ 1.99 I would buy this one unless there is something else out there that is comparable

For weather radar loops I use Radar Now ... free version is pretty darned good and they just upgraded it too.
 

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I think you are correct. I use Hi-Def Radar and downloaded it for free. Now it is $1.99. I will stick with US Tide for the time being but I think the days of free apps is numbered.
 
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