Welcome to Mr. Tides!
A little humor about the importance of checking the tides: Non-Sequiter comic strip
Mr. Tides is designed for the Macintosh. It does not work on iOS, nor can you download it using an iPad or iPhone.
For the iPhone, please look at AyeTides. For the iPad, we have AyeTides XL. We also have a bundle that includes both AyeTides and AyeTides XL. Thanks Apple!
Mr. Tides has been updated to version 4.3.4. This version fixes the Anchor Aid panel, makes the lists more readable by making the text bigger, and improves the drawing of the maps.
Click here to download Mr. Tides! (Mac only)
If you have problems downloading Mr. Tides, please try a different browser. We’ve had reports of issues when downloading the app, but we’ve not been able to pinpoint the problem. Using a different browser may help. If you do encounter a problem with the download, please contact us so we can try to resolve the issue. Thanks!
We have been having difficulties with the Sparkle updater that we use to deliver update notices to you. Sparkle will consistently fail to install the update on your Mac. This is because we are following Apple’s guidelines for security, and Sparkle cannot function properly with a sandboxed app like Mr. Tides. We are found the solution, but you must manually download the 4.3.0 update, unzip the archive, and drag the new version over the old version. This is the only way to update Mr. Tides. After this, you won't have to manually install the app as the Sparkle updater will work and all will be well.
Some views of what Mr. Tides can do:
The main day view can show a great deal of information, in one easy view. You can see the day’s tides (or currents, if you select a current station), set a marker line to know when the tide hits a certain value, slide the target along the graph to show the value at any time, select to show up to 4 days at a time, and more.
The calendar views shows the entire month at a glance. Clicking on a day will open that day. Moon phases are shown as well.
One of the significant updates has been to station selection. The old pixelated satellite images have been replaced with a dynamic vector-based map. Zooming in and out is supported, as is region selection and dragging. Clicking on the station (T for tide, C for current) opens that station. Clicking on the blue dot will show a list of the stations at that location, when there are more than one.
There is much more to Mr. Tides as well. We encourage you to explore the various views and see what each offers!
Mr. Tides is shareware and is not restricted in any way. Click here to download the new version! (Mac only)