Offers a lot at a reasonable cost.
I thought I bought a license. Not happy to buy it twice.
I have been using the charts in the Chesapeake and Bahamas. The Anchor alarm and integration to Active Captain make this a great app. The good charts are a bonus.
Do not get this map. It only are the maps useless for water navigation this app bills you even after the free trial.
I use iNavX and Aqua Map. One uses raster charts and the other uses vector charts. They are the best of the best (I also have a Garmin dedicated chartplotter). Of the two, Aqua Maps is easier to use, gives more information (especially with the USACE overlays and the Active Captain data), and is less expensive to load up with charts that cover the whole US and Canada. Update: After several more years and a few thousand more miles, AquaMap is still my favorite.
Accurate and easy to use. Thank You.
Easy to use single handed with Mini iPad + fold-back cover
I have been working with Aqua Map‘s now for a couple of years in cruising South East Florida waters. It’s very easy to use and has many useful options.
I sail long distance and use ActiveCaptain typically. I picked up AquaMap and find it very useful and visually excellent. I saterted making it my primary program to use on my iPad. Problem is I’m a sailor so power consumption is always on my mind. I need to get the most out of every bit of power I consume. On my iPad I can run ActiveCaptain all day with plenty of power left over. iPad does not get hot. With AquaMap my iPad will be dead just shy of 4 hours and it gets pretty warm. I don’t know what AquaMap is doing but it is working hard and uses to much power for me to use sailing in close waters for any period of time. Other than that I really like the presentation and use. Just not something I can use for longer periods of time.