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Verona Solutions, LLC
1,000 - 5,000 downloads
by Rick Cox on 17/05/2014
I've paid for other buoy APPS and I prefer this one over the other ones that I have. The latest update kicked it up a notch. Kudos.
by John Todd on 22/02/2014
What happened? This app used to rock. I depended on it daily to plan kayaking adventure go or no-go's Now it simply will not open. I've uninstalled and reinstalled it three times with the same non-functioning results. Sent report after report to no avail. VERY UNHAPPY with this once great app to say the least.
by Dennis McNeely on 09/02/2014
I guess I should consider myself lucky - 99% of the apps I downloaded worked as described, or any problems were sorted out by the author. Not so with this NOAA Buoy and Tide Data app. I couldn't even get it to start (on Kit Kat 4.4.2), nor did I ever get a response from support. Perhaps they've closed up shop. Avoid.
by Matthew Beasley on 21/01/2014
Android 4.4 unsupported. WHY!? Stop catering only to Apple products! This is not the BS I'd expect from a "pay for" app. I haven't been able to use this app for months now! Fix this dren.
by Joe Voelker on 04/01/2014
Android 4.4 has been out for months now and still no update to make compatible. I used this app daily and figure an update would be right around the corner. Apparently this app has just been abandoned.
by Rich Palys on 04/12/2013
by Bruce Carmell on 10/10/2013
Info ok -acceptable Quirky- locks up regularly
by Gary Grimes on 31/07/2013
Slow slow slow. They need a fix fast !
by Corey Kay on 28/04/2013
Force closes constantly, and extremely slow. It doesn't update very often. It's been showing 3.5ft wave height for the last 2 days. The noaa site has been sayin 5ft. That's a big difference. Save your money and get bluefin, much better and less buggy. HTC evo lte