The Australian Fishing App
by: Rusty Telegraph • 105
Android's first fully interactive and most comprehensive app for Australian fishermen.
* A complete fishing reference, featuring over 250 fish, shark, ray and invertebrate species. Extensive info for every listing, including common and latin names, ratings, range, size, identification, where to find and how to catch, as well as eating notes. The guide is categorised and fully searchable for simple access.
* Fishing rules and regulations for every listed species, unique for each state and territory of Australia.
* Fully interactive! Share your catches and see what everyone else in the country is catching. Interact with others and comment on their catches. Filter your results to find the precise info you're looking for. Catches are searchable and can be viewed on a sortable list or a map, so you can see exactly where Australians are catching fish, and how.
* Log your catches in as much or as little detail as you wish, with dozens of possible variables.
* Save and share your fishing spots, favourite tackle stores, boat ramps or other places of interest. Comment on shared places.
* Completely integrated with Facebook. Share your catches with all your online friends.
* Dozens of fishing tips, hints and facts about fish and fishing.
A note about the initial release:
For now, this app specialises in saltwater fish and fishing. In the near future, the database will be expanded to include more freshwater fish, as well as invertebrates and baitfish.
The app is being developed intensively, and new features will be introduced progressively over the next few weeks. The database of species, tips, hints and trivia is also being expanded.
About the permissions:
* We ask for your device account: so you can share your catches across multiple devices.
* We require the internet: so you can upload and download catches, and access Facebook.
* We ask for your GPS position: so you can log your catches and locations.
* We ask to modify your external storage: so we can install our guide and log databases.