The Oceanic+ app is now available for the Apple Watch Ultra, according to an announcement made by Apple today.The app was created by Huish Outdoors and Apple as a dive computer for recreational scuba diving at depths of up to 40 meters (130 feet).
On the Apple Watch Ultra, there is already a basic Depth app that lets you see your current depth, maximum depth, water temperature, and time spent submerged.The Oceanic+ app is a useful tool for scuba divers looking for more advanced data.
Oceanic+ shows the diver’s current depth, dive time, no-decompression time, water temperature, time to surface, maximum depth, ascent speed, battery level, gas mix (up to 40% air or Nitrox), and more.Safety stop guidance, excessive ascent rates, and no-decompression limit warnings are also color-coded in the app.
Haptic feedback and watch face complications for no-fly time, surface time, quick access to the dive planner, dive settings, current elevation, maximum elevation permitted, and a quick access button back into the app are additional features of the app.
The application is accessible on the Application Store and requires an Apple Watch Ultra running watchOS 9.1 or later matched with an iPhone 8 or later running iOS 16.1 or later.The free basic plan of the app includes a log of the most recent dives, depth, and time, among other common dive functions.For $9.99 each month or $79.99 each year, clients gain admittance to decompression following, tissue stacking, limitless logbook limit, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
A summary of the user’s dive profile and GPS entry and exit locations are displayed on the watch following a dive.Post-dive summaries, tides for the next three days, and more are available in a companion Oceanic+ app for the iPhone.
Apple advises divers to always adhere to diving protocols, dive with a buddy, and carry a backup device.
Apple says to always follow diving protocols, dive with a companion, and have a secondary device.
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