RiverApp is a must have to check river conditions! RiverApp is the ideal application for kayakers, water sports enthusiasts, fishermen and anyone with river-related activities. Features: For free: -> Water levels of 15,000 rivers in the USA and around the world -> Map view of runnable kayaking routes and gauges -> Water level and flow forecasts of the hydrological institutes -> Custom river level alert by Push notifications -> 2000 river sections for paddlers, Freestyle spots and Whitewater Parks with display of put in and take out locations. -> Display of the navigability of kayaking routes (low water, medium water and high water) -> Advanced Favorite Features: favorite rivers, favorite stations or favorite courses with -> Water temperature in many rivers and lakes -> Display / insertion of the navigability conditions of rivers (trees, dangers... etc) with RiverApp Premium (Single Purchase or one year subscription): -> Historical data up to several years ago -> Water level and flow forecasts for many stations Sources: - NVE - California Data Exchange Center - Government of Canada (Wateroffice) - USGS - NOAA - PEGELONLINE (www.pegelonline.wsv.de) - HVZ Baden Württemberg - HDN Bayern - Kanton Bern - Ennskraftwerke - Land Kärnten - Land Niederösterreich - NVE - Regione Piemonte - HVZ RLP - Český hydrometeorologický ústav - HVZ Sachsen-Anhalt - Land Salzburg - Scottish Environment Protection Agency - Slovak hydrometeorological institute - Agencija Republike Slovenije za okolje - HWZ Steiermark - BAFU - HNZ Thüringen - Land Tirol - Shoothill - Vigicrue - Serveur de données hydrométriques temps réel du bassin Rhône Méditerranée - Land Vorarlberg Notes about RiverApp Premium one year subscription: Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal in your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Terms and conditions: https://www.riverapp.net/terms_and_conditions RiverApp and the listed organizations are not liable for any errors or omissions in the Information and shall not be liable for any loss, injury or damage of any kind caused by its use.
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Great UI and layout, not buggy at all. Nice clear font, good map which loads faster than any other river app. You can tell this developer actually cares about his users, and so I subscribed to Premium. Highly recommend this for river anglers! To some of the negative reviewers, if you want to guesstimate the future river levels, consider dam release and upcoming rain forecasts. There is no way to possibly “forecast” a river height. Don’t be an idiot.
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Have used this app for several months now and have realized that the CFS seems to be correct but the feet of the rivers are off by as much as 3 feet over actual.
Lots of data really useful tool
Great app to have. I use it every time I am planning my trip and while I’m on the ester. Very accurate and extremely helpful!!
Great to have these world river flows at my fingertips 🌊Thank you .
The premium is almost pointless cause it does not show the expected crest levels just the current water level
Oddly, i love to lurk around river data which is odd. But, after a few years of using usgs water alerts for my favorite fly fishing streams here in PA, i found this app which presents the data in a WAY more useful format. And, the alerts are great. we use this especially in the spring to monitor water flow ... duh. but it’s allowed us to be more efficient. Plus, my goal is to fish more widely and this will sure help. I write this the night before heading to a stream that is still pretty cold for trout ... but finally the water flow fell within a fishable range. i’ll head there for about 5 hours before i have to be home again. bottom line? i’d never be here without the info from river app. Thanks!
Just went through major flood in Pickensville, AL. RiverApp consistently displayed data points feet higher than actual readings from the Corps of Engineers.