By Rivolu LLC

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2011-11-17
  • Current Version: 2.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 6.25 MB
  • Developer: Rivolu LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 2,105 Ratings


The one and only Tide app that you've been waiting for!. Now with retina display support, works like a charm on both iPad and iPhone. Use TideTrac daily for info on tides, Moon and the Sun. It downloads your tide data and stores them locally for later offline use. Fast, accurate and easy to use. (Note - TideTrac supports coastal US Stations only) Not only does TideTrac tell you when a high tide and low tide event occur on a given day, it is the only app that can tell you the days of a month when the tides are highest or lowest in one quick glance with a graphical visualization. Swipe the graph to the right and view a four day preview of tide graphs. Add multiple tide stations to your favorites list and switch between them easily. Any station marked as a favorite will have their complete tide table downloaded automatically for the entire current year and will be available for offline viewing. Great for taking the phone with you and lookup tide data at anytime even when you don't have internet connectivity. On the first launch, TideTrac will automatically select the nearest station closest from your current location. But if you need to pick a different tide station, pick one easily from browsing the map visually! Advanced feature - TideTrac lets you lookup tides by hour of day (currently available on the iPad version only). For example, if you are interested in visiting the beach at 7 am for a walk, TideTrac can tell you on what days the tide are lowest and highest at this hour. Plan your visits or travel using the easy lookup table. TideTrac comes in a beautiful interface and also tells you the sunrise, sunset times, moonrise, moonset times. Whether you are going sailing or just planning ideal times to hit the beach or interested in finding the best times for viewing tide pools or finding the best times for fishing, knowing the tide level at any given time and day becomes essential. TideTrac presents all of its data efficiently without over-complicating the user interface. It is extremely easy to use. With the convenience of offline viewing, users can take TideTrac to remote locations and continue to view the tide predictions. What is not included in TideTrac is information on currents and local weather. Before purchasing the app, please take a look at the list of supported tide stations from http://www.tidetrac.com/stations/ Features + Includes thousands of tide stations in United States (coastal US stations only). + View all tide stations plotted on a map for easy browsing and selection. + Add tide stations to 'favorites list' with one simple touch. + Offline viewing of tide events & tide graph enabled for all favorite stations. + Lookup tide predictions until 2017 (more will be added as available). + View high and low tides for the selected day. + View tide data for a whole month. + View highest tides of a month & lowest tides of a month. + View tide graph and using a time slider find the tide level for any time. + Quickly shift from month to month or move from day to day and watch the tide change. + Requires internet connection only the first time a tide station is selected. + View Sunrise, Sunset, Moonrise and Moonset times. + Accounts for daylight savings time and different timezones. + Includes a Moon calendar with different phases of the moon displayed.[iPad only] + Includes a tide look up table to lookup tides by hour of the day [iPad only] DISCLAIMER - Tide data displayed in TideTrac are based upon astronomical tide predictions and does not take into account the effects of wind, storm, rain, freshwater runoff, floods and other meteorological events. The tide graph rendered uses the predicted high tide and low tide events of the day and the segments between these tide events are approximated. Do NOT use TideTrac for NAVIGATION purpose or any other purpose that may result in personal injury or property damage. Use it at your own risk.



  • Great for tide pool visits

    By Dan Vela
    I strongly recommend this app for anyone who enjoys visiting tide pools or simply exploring. You can save time and frustration by finding out the two low tide times each day. Plus, you can amaze the kids with your nerdy knowledge 😁
  • Well worth it!

    By calyypso2
    This is a really great, simple app. I only use it for checking the tide at my local beach. Love the clear interface.
  • No where near as good as the Aye Tides app.

    By rct3533
    I compare all tide applications to the Aye Tides app. This one doesn’t even come close.
  • Great app

    By AkBam
    I was looking for something to replace my old tide cd rom for my set net site This app has more info and more features Thx
  • Great App

    By Pilot Rick
    I’ve had several tired apps in the past but this one is by far the best. It’s easy to use and easy to understand. Will use it in the Puget Sound area to plan a kayaking trips.
  • I LOVE IT!!

    By joshua crites
    I'm a landscape photographer who lives on the California coast and I LOVE this AP, I use it nearly everyday. I love the layout, ease of use, visual display, all are GREAT! The only thing I really wish it had was more Moon details. This AP would be a 6 out of 5if it had The moon phases along with percentage of brightness and of course moon set and moonrise times. Something that would make this AP even more useful would be Swell data. But I'm getting picky. Are far as tide data goes it's been great, I highly recommend it!
  • Everything I need

    By osdom53z
    My life and work in coastal Maine revolves around tides. This app is a great help- easy to use and covers the real esssntials.
  • Best App for fishing

    By Yoyo Sling
    The only app I use when fishing locally or traveling.
  • Great app

    By Delta foxtrot tango
    One of the best tide apps
  • Interesting

    By Robcurtross
    This appears very accurate, especially for someone like me who lives near the East River and loves to see which direction the tides are flowing.