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Tide | Surfing Forecast App

Tide is a new beautiful app for the Windows Phone, it displays the surf forecast information brilliantly. It simplifies the way of processing wave and tide data, getting rid of the usual and bar charts, and displaying an intuitive and more gestural way of exploring the waves. Tide  tells you how high the waves are, up-to-date temperature and a heart rating for the waves. It also tells you swell and wind direction, high and low tide times, and a summary of the conditions for the next days. You can browse the various surfing spots in various continents and add save your favorites. No word when this will be available for iOS or Android yet. watch the video
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