Tides NZ let's you figure out the best time to launch your boat, the best time for you to go swimming and the best time to walk your dog at your local beach! Using the interactive tide graph, you can see the sunrise, sunset and the current height of the tide at any time.Enjoyed by over 10,000 kiwi's, Tides NZ is the best tides app for your iOS device and has been a great success - check out the reviews by fellow app store users!The latest update brings a few new bits and bobs for you iOS8 users that will make your life more enjoyable!Just added in the latest release:- Tides NZ Widget! See the current location's tides in your devices' notification center! - Tide TableSee two months of tides in one handy list, just like a real tide table.- Tide NotificationsAdd a notification to remind you of a Tide turn, don't get caught up in a bay in low tide! Press and hold on any future tide to reveal reminder options. To remove a reminder, either press and hold on the same tide to reveal the menu again, or go to the settings to remove all tide notifications.Features:- Tide Graph - Tide Table- Tide Notifications- Moon Phases - Sunrise and Sunset times - Live estimate of sun position relative to the horizon - Around 180 ports across New Zealand - No internet required, perfect for remote locations at sea!- Data up to the end of 2017Note: To change the date of the current view, just tap on the date bar just below the name of the port to reveal a calendar dropdown, or use the new Tide Table view by tapping on the 'Table' button on the top right of the Tide view.And just because I have to, and care for your safety!Disclaimer: All precautions have been taken to ensure the data is as accurate as possible. The secondary port tide predictions have been calculated following the precise methods found on the LINZ website. We give no warranty in relation to the material shown including its accuracy, reliability and suitability and accept no liability to any loss, damage or other costs incurred relating to the use of any material shown.
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