Tide Now WA- Tides and Currents, Sun and Moon APK

An offline tide and currents calculator for Washington State. Free & no ads.

Version10 (10)
UpdatedOct 03, 2019 (10 months ago)
DeveloperLawrence Freytag
CategoryApps, Tools

Please see http://tide-now.lfreytag.com for usage tips.

Tide Now WA is a tide and tidal current calculator for Washington State. It displays a tide graph, daily tide table, present tide status, and daylight/sun/moon timing. It supports 114 tide locations and 13 tidal current locations.

Off Line Operation- app does not use the internet, it works by calculation.

Predictions are quick the app is simple to use. Use swipe gestures for the next and prior day tides. There are no ads and app cannot access phone features.

User Options

Controls for the user are provided by three action bar icons and five items in the settings menu. The action bar controls are Set Location, Set Date, and Refresh. The settings controls are Add Station to Favorites, GMap Station (internet), Change Color Scheme, Sun and Moon Info, Mark Height, About Gestures, and Overlay Waveform.

Accurate Predictions

This app was written using well-known tidal prediction algorithms and publicly available location data. It can be expected to match very closely to federally-published tide tables.

Designed for On The Spot Use

The tidal status presentation gives an immediate snapshot of the tide situation, more useful than just a standard list of highs and lows. The display can be refreshed at any time to update this status. This app is designed for use while actively out and about along the waterfront.

200 Year Calendar

In addition to today's tides, a date picker is available to choose any date from 1901 to 2100.

Next Day, Prior Day Swipes


The selected station can be added to a set of 8 favorites. These can be accessed by a down-swipe.

Height Marking - You can mark any given tide height on the graph. The height line is drawn, along with the times the tide crosses this line. Examples boat launching, clam digging, walking around obstacles such as bulkheads.

Regions, Tide Stations:

North Puget Sound Region : Seattle, Des Moines, Bremerton, Eagle Harbor, Everett, Edmonds, Kingston, Port Madison, Poulsbo, Point Vashon, Tulalip.

South Puget Sound Region: Tacoma, Burton, Gig Harbor, Olympia, Shelton, Home, Eld Inlet, Allyn, Arcadia, Steilacoom, Anderson Island.

Strait of Juan de Fuca Region: Port Townsend, Gardiner, Sequim Bay, Dungeness Bay, Port Angeles, Crescent Bay, Twin Rivers, Jim Creek, Sekiu, Neah Bay, Cape Flattery.

Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands Region: Langley, Bush Point, Admiralty Head, Freeland, Green Bank, Coupeville, Oak Harbor, NAS Whidbey, La Connor, Cornet Bay, Anacortes, Bowman Bay.

San Juans Region : Upright Head, Richardson, Telegraph Bay, Orcas, Rosario, Friday Harbor, Roche Harbor, Hanbury Point, Kanaka Bay, Turn Point, Waldron Island, Sucia Island

Georgia Strait Region: Point Roberts, Blaine, Cherry Point, Ferndale, Sandy Point Lummi Bay, Point Migley, Village Point, Goosebury Point, Bellingham Bay, Chuckanut Bay.

Hood Canal Region: Foulweather Bluff, Port Ludlow, Port Gamble , Bangor, Whitney Point, Pleasant Harbor, Seabeck Bay, Triton Head, Ayock Point, Union tides, Lynch Cove.

Pacific Coast Region: Makah Bay, Cape Alava, La Push, Point Grenville, Ocean Shores Point Brown, Aberdeen-Hoquiam, Westport, Bay City, Toke Point, South Bend, Long Beach Nahcotta, Greenhead Slough.

Lower Columbia River Region: North Jetty, Jetty A Fort Canby, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Chinook, Hammond OR, Warrenton OR, Astoria OR Port Docks, Astoria OR, Hungry Harbor, Harrington Point, Skamokawa.

Upper Columbia River Region: Wauna OR, Cape Horn, Barlow Point, Longview, Kalama, St Helens, Willow Bar, Rocky Point OR, Vancouver, Portland OR, Washougal, Beacon Rock.

Puget Sound Current Stations: Deception Pass, Point Wilson, Foulweather Bluff, West Point, Tacoma Narrows, Dana Passage.

Straits and Ocean Current Stations: San Juan Channel, New Dungeness Light, Haro Strait, Angeles Point, Pillar Point, Strait of Juan de Fuca Entrance, Grays Harbor Entrance.

Email: tide.now@gmail.com

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