Surfing, kiteboarding, windsurfing and bodyboarding applications have been invading the iPhone mobile phone. In the last two year, many bad, fair, good and very good apps were developed and uploaded into the iTunes Store. Free or paid, it’s time to check the best iPhone surf apps.
Let’s start by the iPhone surfing games. It’s not easy to make a good portable surfing game, but “Billabong Surf Trip” is great. Cool graphics, friendly user controls and an overall will to hit the real waves apply. Rip Curl developed “Live The Search: The Ultimate Surfing Game”, another gnarly example of how we should pass time while waiting for the best tide. Finally, “Wildcard Pro Surfing” let’s you, Jonny Carver, experience 1000 different surf trick combinations.
There are other interesting surf apps for you iPhone. The “NOAA Ocean Buoys” is pretty cool. It provides users with access to live data transmitted from over 120 buoys scattered throughout North America, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, Europe, and the Caribbean. Check the wave heights, wave periods, wind speed, wind direction, air temperature, water temperature, atmospheric pressure, pressure tendency and dew points. Great for surfers and sailors.
Surfline has developed an iPhone app with world surf forecasts. Featuring 90 live HD surf cams, this mobile app has what it takes to get to the best surf spot available, in a few minutes. Windguru launched a very intuitive version of the classic website. This iPhone app is free and can be quickly downloaded. Storm Surfers are also hunting the biggest waves and let you know where they are, for free.
“iSurfer – Surfing Coach” is the perfect surf dictionary for beginners, intermediates and advanced surfers. Learn to perform tricks, the rules, the best equipment and safety procedures. If you’re a windsurfer or kitesurfer, the “Kite and Windsurfing Navigator” is essential to understand what are the pros and cons of your surf trip destinations.
“Wind Vane” is remarkable. This iPhone app gets your GPS location and starts delivering real-time wind speed and direction data. “Wind Meter” uses you iPhone to calculate wind speed, by analyzing the volume on your microphone.
If you’ve still got time before hitting the surf, find out more about “Wind Sensor”, “Over The Falls”, “Windsurfing Tricktionary”, “Sail Size”, “Bobble Surfer”, “Marine Day Tides”, “The Stormrider Guide” and “iBodyboard”. Source: SurferToday