New Tool Suggestions

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Below you can leave a reply with any new tool suggestions you would like to see added in our next update!

23 Responses to New Tool Suggestions

  1. Aaron says:

    Would be nice to have a tool with all the common ship/yacht registry countries flags.

  2. Aaron says:

    Wind Barbs (Direction and speed) Pics with Speed definitions In Kts, MPH, KPH, Force,

  3. Aaron says:

    Exam Database

  4. Aaron says:

    Flash cards games, Perhaps start with flash cards for nav lights as this is the most common flash cards used for study. Or have categories for play using different areas of knowledge such as, chart, lights, day shapes, etc…

  5. Steve says:

    The Sounds tools should play a sound as an example when you press the image….this seems to be what some users expect.

  6. Capt John says:

    Android app?

  7. Yotcru says:

    Blackberry App????

  8. Rob says:

    Is an iPad app coming soon?

  9. Raphael says:

    What about a Translation into e.g. German?

  10. Brad says:

    Suggest categorizing larger sections, such as Lights & Shapes, to cut down on scrolling time.

  11. Anthony says:

    I know tons of mariners that would be interested in an android platform version

  12. George says:


  13. Ben says:

    Please add IALA A and IALA B aids to navigation

  14. paullawat says:

    I need android version.

  15. Albert says:


  16. Liviu says:

    maybe something abt astronomic navigation

  17. James kearney says:

    Disappointed when buying premium app that IALA bouy not included, also would like to see/hear all the sound signals, RAM etc….

  18. Nick Cessario says:

    Great app. Love all the info at my fingertips. Would love to be able to look up the information rather than scroll to it. For example, input a letter and get th flag or morse code or input a light configuration with dots and get the light pattern.

  19. Richard Cassano says:

    Personally, I do not read items like the COLREGS on my iPhone, however I do on the iPad. The Ocean Navigator article mentioning this app said it’s for both iPhone and iPad but the iTunes App store says only for iPhone. Please let us know if the app is rendered in full screen using an iPad.

    Also, The emergency SSB frequencies information are terrific to have. Why not provide a list of single sideband frequencies for both HAM and marine use and designate which should be used during the day vs night. During an ocean crossing I would have found this convenient to have.

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  23. Lance Davies says:

    Ability to go to the alphabet in glossary of terms rather than scrolling all the way through, to get to the W’s for example

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