MAGICSEAWEED’S iPhone App has landed! When we got our hands on an iPhone we were pretty impressed and have been working on a full-blown app ever since. Now is the time, it’s been approved, and you can download it for FREE from the iPhone App Store HERE. You need to have iTunes downloaded or it will take you to the download page first. Alternatively just search for ‘Magicseaweed’ in the Apple App Store.
Whilst you still have access to our whole world of surf reports the app will automatically check your location and deliver you the nearest five forecasts - clever iPhone. All the detailed forecast information is available plus the usual charts for wind, swell size and wave period.
For each forecast with an eyeball report you’ll see a logo denoting this - and for all our eyeball reporters - you can now upload the daily reports after snapping a pic on your phone. (If you want to become an eyeball reporter email: email@example.com)
Location specific forecasts
Eyeball surf reports
Local and world charts
We’re really stoked with it and we hope you guys are too…
For all you guys who were using the old web based app on your ‘non’ iPhones it will still be available but you don’t get all the bells and whistles.
You can still access that one HERE.
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