Oceanic+ | Dive Computer Watch For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Sports

Price: Free

Rating: 3.83196 stars based on 1089 reviews

Oceanic+ | Dive Computer Watch

Oceanic+ | Dive Computer Watch Chromebook App Download

Download Oceanic+ | Dive Computer Watch For Chromebook

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2022-11-28
  • Current Version: 1.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 36.49 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
  • Developer: Huish Outdoors, LLC

How To Download Oceanic+ | Dive Computer Watch On Chromebook

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Transform your Apple Watch Ultra into a personal dive computer for the ultimate underwater experience. Get the Oceanic+ app — the fully capable snorkeling and recreational diving computer providing all the technologies expected from today's most advanced dive computers. With the Oceanic+ app for Apple Watch Ultra, you’ll find: • Scuba, Snorkeling, & Surface Modes • Pre-Dive Location Planner With Surface & Water Conditions • No Deco Planner Calculates Dive, Depth & Duration • Built-In Variometer, 3D Tilt Compensated Compass & More Tools • Monitor Current Depth, Remaining Dive Time, & Ascent Rates • Easy-To-Read Color-Coded Realtime Dive Parameters • GPS Enhanced Post-Dive Logbook • Personal Dive Stats • Visual & Haptic Safety Warnings • 7 Watch Face Complications ▶ Powerful Dive Planner ◀ Set your gas mix, maximum depth planned, algorithm conservatism level, total dive time, surface intervals and more pre-dive settings. ▶ Safely Calculate Diving Parameters ◀ Oceanic+ runs a Bühlmann decompression algorithm that constantly calculates and monitors dive parameters, so all critical information is just a glance away. ▶ Pre-Dive Location Planner ◀ Your iPhone location planner integrates dive conditions like tides, water temperature, and even up-to-date information from the community, like visibility and currents. ▶ Real-Time Underwater Information ◀ Monitor critical dive parameters with customizable notifications at a glance. • No Decompression Time (TLBG) Tissue loading bar graph • Variometer for ascent/descent rate • Max depth/actual depth up to 130 feet (40 meters) • Air/Nitrox ready up to 40% • Elapsed dive time underwater • Minutes to surface • CNS + PPO2 tracking • Visual and haptic safety warnings including safety stop ▶ Enhanced Post-Dive Logbook ◀ See your dive profile in an overlaid graph with depth information, temperature, ascent rates, and no-deco time. Each dive log features the ability to add dive visibility, surface conditions, and currents. ▶ Track Your Dive Stats ◀ Tracking seasonal and total lifetime dives, max depth, temperatures, and other personalized dive stats is effortless with Oceanic+. ▶ Post-Dive Watch Face Complications ◀ Choose from no fly time, surface time, dive settings, dive planner, maximum allowed elevation, current elevation, and a quick-launch button back into the Oceanic+ app.



  • Disappointed - log book doesn’t sync.

    By Razor101727
    Pretty simple issue here. Log book doesn’t sync despite multiple restarts of the app on both my AWU and phone, and multiple sync attempts in the account section. Looked online and this seems to be a fairly common problem. Feels like this should be considered basic functionality but is somehow lacking. Will update review upon a fix.
  • Good backup dive computer…and that’s about it for now

    By Sophisticated Nickname
    After a week on a live aboard diving the Revillagigedo Islands in Mexico, the AppleWatch Ultra with the Oceanic+ app is a solid backup/secondary dive computer. It kept up stat for stat with my primary dive computer. The haptic feedback and brightness of the display are even better than my primary computer. It easily made three ~60 min dives on a single charge. Knowing it is for recreational use only (not tech diving), the only complaints I have are syncing issues between the Watch and my phone, and the price Oceanic charges to use an app. While I spent a lot of money on my primary dive computer, I trust it with my life (literally) and my investment in the computer ensures they will provide the updates and support to keep me diving safely for years. The current Oceanic subscription model and price points will never instill the trust I would look for to make this my only/primary dive computer. The watch and app are solid, but Oceanic’s approach makes me feel like they are marketing this as a game.
  • Lost a record of my dives

    By Neblite
    Had a syncing issue that caused me to then reinstall the app. Which then blew out the log on my watch.
  • They have made improvements but syncing is an issue still with latest 1.1.3 version

    By Jarrett Lee
    They have made improvements with surface 5 minute interval buffer but the last 3 days of dives won’t sync for my watch to the app (which I want for easier access to the GPS coordinates of the dive sites)… and I am on the latest software 1.1.3
  • Needs improvement

    By rbeezyyyyy
    The good things: The watch itself: There’s a lot to like with the AWU dive computer - the display/UX beats any other dive computer I’ve used hands down. With the last upgrade, a lot of the auto launching/stopping dive issues have been resolved. I haven’t had any issues with controlling things directly from the watch while on a boat. Mid dive - It’s easy to use the wheel to scroll between key data points. I also like that the compass heading is embedded in the dive function; I can set a heading while down. The companion app: /when it works/ I like the summary home page and the log book layouts - they’re easy to use and digest. Problems: 1. The App is TERRIBLE at syncing log book data to the phone. It’s not reliable; even now, two weeks after my last dive, I have a dive that won’t sync onto my phone app. 2. The oceanic+ app says it only stores logbook info for 12 inactive months, which means that it’s not suitable for a source of truth repository of all my dive history. Since that’s how the app is designed, make it possible to export the logbook so that I can keep 1 overall log of all my dives. 3. Relatedly, I can’t import previous dive history, furthering the issue that the app cannot function as a true, lifetime, logbook book.
  • Good app, but does not sync with iPhone

    By Mattgandy15
    The app works great underwater, but will not sync the dive log with my iPhone. Very frustrating.
  • Syncing issues

    By gbryson98
    I’ve been on 4 dives in the last two days, and my watch has worked great to capture all of the metrics but it won’t sync to my phone for some reason. I reached out to Apple tech support and looked at the Oceanic + FAQ with no luck. I tried restarting my phone and watch multiple times but only 1 dive is showing up. It says it’s synced to the latest date so not sure what’s going on.
  • Sync Unreliable

    By i_Scott
    Love the app but syncing to the iPhone has been problematic/unreliable. Tried manual sync in the app but just says can't sync. Bluetooth is on and app is current. I’ve tried signing out, rebooting my phone, checked for app updates and phone updates and can’t get it working. Using version 1.1.3 (3).
  • Syncing Issues

    By Cclloo2
    Love the functionality when diving… but after the dives consistently do not sync properly with my phone. Today got 1 out of two dives that synced and I lost two completely from the other weekend.
  • Sync

    By aleckie06
    How do I turn off the auto start feature any time I enter the water. I want to be able to swim laps without the app starting.