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Old 04 February 2019, 16:51   #11
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Really disappointing there's no Android version of this app especially when that's the larger platform.
WAIT!

Since we did our PB2 course last year Imray Tide Planner has become available on Android. Check it out! It's free with in-app purchases. Glad I checked again.
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Old 04 February 2019, 17:11   #12
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My father uses the "Boatie" app which seems pretty good, I just stick with EasyTide or my trusty paper almanac!
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Old 04 February 2019, 17:24   #13
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Tides4fishing is my new favourite tides/weather site, super useful:

https://tides4fishing.com/uk/england/hastings#_tides
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Old 05 February 2019, 10:40   #15
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Hi I use Gribdata for forecasts up to 8 days, however, don't trust it beyond 3 days. It uses a number of weather data models which you need to experiment with. It is free for the PC and Android.

For tides I use 'Absolute Tides' for the Android, which is free to download, but the tidal data, for the whole of the UK, is about 3 per year. It has a number of other useful features like tidal graphs and streams. If you have WiFi it will also load the Inshore Weather forecast, and keep it It was voted best Tidal App for the Android a few years ago by PBO
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