I have been working on a new mobile phone website. I created a solunar clock that will eventually also be integrated into fishingreminder.
Currently its in beta and it would be awesome if you guys could try it out and give me some feedback.
You can find the app here: http://www.solunarclock.com Also try this url in your iphone or android browser. There is location detection button. It will always adjust to your current location on your phone or desktop and select the closest tide station if available.
This is also now available as a chrome webstore app
and you can also embed it as widget into your igoogle account.
if you use the chrome webstore or igoogle it would be awesome if you could leave a rating/review on these sites - if you like this component
remember still the very fist version - so there might be some bugs. If you find any or have any suggestions - leave a message here.
This is what the interface looks like:
If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles.
Great app Mark, I too have a question of how accurate is it. I have another app that suggests different major and minor times. Also your tide times differ to those on our bureau of meteorology webite, why would this be? Having said that, several other apps suggest the same times as your app but still differ to what I imagine are the 'official' predictions. http://www.bom.gov.au/cgi-bin/oceanography/tides/tide_predications.cgi Also is it possible to change the location rather just see where you currently are. Would be good to plan trips away if this were the case. Keep up the good work, it really looks one of the better apps I've seen, very clear and understandable.
unfortunately we don't have an app for windows phones. But our website is mobile friendly. Just bookmark fishingreminder.com on your windows phone and you can get all the infos you need in your browser.