We have recently added support for water level offset in i-Boating. This lets i-Boating users adjust the depth shown on the maps. If you have had less rain in your area (e.g California drought), you may want to decrease the depth shown on the map by specifying a negative value for depth offset. This would change all depth values shown on the map.
Tap on menu/overflow button (lower right on iPhone, top right on Android).
Type in the depth offset you wish to choose.
Tap to Save
I've also attached a few screenshots below showing the settings screen on both iOS and Android.
We are pleased to announce that we have added support for coverage of Persian/Arabian Gulf, Red Sea & Gulf of Eden. The folio covering this region is available in i-Boating for both iOS and Android devices.
The folio includes coverage of the following regions:
We are really excited to announce the availability of charts covering inland Russian waterways. This includes Volga river and waterways covering Moscow area. Coverage is 100% vector. The app has already been translated to Russian. If you have an Android device, you should already have the version localized to Russian. iOS users, please wait until the new version is approved by Apple.
The following regions are covered in the latest update.
Central Region: Includes Volga, Nerl, Kashinka, Unzha, Moskva, Dubna, Hotchya, Shosha, Oka, Reservoir from Tver to Nizhny Nowogrod, Ivankovskoe, Channel im.Moskvy.
North West: Curonian Lagoon, Kaliningrad region of the river, Nevskaya Guba, Neva River, rivers and lakes of the Karelian Isthmus, Ladoga lake, Svir river, lake Onega, White Sea-Baltic Canal, Volga-Baltic Canal (Vytegra River), White lake, Iwinski spill
South Russia: Volga (Balakovo to Delta), Volgograd reservoir, Volga Delta, Volga-Don canal to them. Lenin, river Don, Tsimlyansk reservoir, Kuban river, river Protoka
Volga Karma region: Includes Cheboksary, Kuibyshev, Saratov reservoirs and rivers Kama, Ufa, Chusovaya, Sylva, collapse, Inva, Vishera, Vetluga.
We are pleased to announce that our latest update for Android now includes support for Advanced instrumentation:
NMEA over TCP/UDP: Now, you can connect to your instruments over TCP as well as UDP.
GPS over NMEA: If you would like to use external GPS or if your device does not have a built in GPS, the app can now read GPS data from your instruments.
Wind direction: The application also shows the wind direction as yellow arrow next to the current location. To view wind direction on the map, you must tap on Auto Follow. Otherwise it is just shows as text on top of the map.
We are pleased to announce that we now offer complete coverage of the coast of Australia derived from ENCs published by Australian Hydrographic Office. The folio is now available on all platforms inlcuding Windows PCs/Tablets, iOS (iPhone & iPads), Android (Both Phone & Tablets) and Windows Phones.