My Nitroxbuddy

My Nitroxbuddy

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My Nitroxbuddy is the accompanying App for our Nitroxbuddy product: the wireless O2 gas analyzer for the connected SCUBA diver.

To use this App you need an Android device equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 low energy technology. This version supports Android 4.3, the Samsung proprietary BLE libraries for the Galaxy S3 and S4, the HTC BLE library and the Motorola library.

Nitroxbuddy is the easiest way to analyze, log and share your gas mixes. Just position the Nitroxbuddy wireless sensor in front of the scuba cylinder you want to analyze and the results will show up on your iPhone.

The App will even create a log of your analysis and calculate for you MOD and EAD.
You can then edit the log and add more info, such as cylinder type, fill pressure, cost, images and dive operator.

Let your friends know that you are a Nitrox diver! As soon as the analysis is over, just tap the share icon and select the service you want to use: Twitter, Facebook, email, divePAL.

My Nitroxbuddy App will include a set of video tutorials.

Recently changed in this version

- Calibration validity ranges are now turned off by default.
- If you choose to turn on calibration validity ranges, you will receive a message directing you to information about what they are and how to use them.
- There is no longer a default reference value for validity ranges. You must set a reference value yourself before you may calibrate with validity ranges turned on, as this value varies too much from sensor to sensor.


Comments and ratings for My Nitroxbuddy
  • (59 stars)

    by John Sullivan on 10/10/2014

    Hard to get working correctly

  • (59 stars)

    by Brian Pallock on 20/12/2013

    Works well and only problem I have on my Note 2 is that the image button does nothing...

  • (59 stars)

    by Camilo Santana on 11/11/2013

    can you guys fill out the phone compatibility fields on app submission so the program doesn't show on incompatible phones? you get a force closed because it throws an exception when it can't find any BLE devices.