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ActiveCaptain Companion


The ActiveCaptain Companion is the social navigation app for boaters. This first release provides offline access to ActiveCaptain data along with special handling for hazards in proximity.

www.activecaptain.com
The Interactive Cruising Guidebook

www.eboatcards.com
Social Navigation for Active Captains

www.captainrated.com
Real reviews from Active Captains

Recent changes:
v1.04 replaced the map tiles with MapQuest tiles.
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Free
78
3.9
User ratings
50
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
1
File size
17829 kb
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About ActiveCaptain Companion
The ActiveCaptain Companion is the social navigation app for boaters. This first release provides offline access to ActiveCaptain data along with special handling for hazards in proximity.

www.activecaptain.com
The Interactive Cruising Guidebook

www.eboatcards.com
Social Navigation for Active Captains

www.captainrated.com
Real reviews from Active Captains

Recent changes:
v1.04 replaced the map tiles with MapQuest tiles.

User reviews of ActiveCaptain Companion
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 5, 2014
Getting better Can't get the account to validate any of my email addresses. Ok, discovered you have to register first on the website. This isn't mentioned in the app itself. Still have to download eboatcards.
A Google User
Jul 12, 2014
Unusable Can't get the account to validate any of my email addresses
A Google User
May 30, 2014
Great app been a user for years
A Google User
Mar 17, 2014
Decent start, needs a lot of work. The ability to download the database to your phone, to be updated when in range is the real advantage to this app. Many times on the water, you are out of cell range having a local database is very useful. For this reason alone I'll keep it on my phone and keep an eye on development. However, to only have low resolution street maps and not nautical charts available is a severe drawback. The low resolution of the street maps when zoomed in makes the production look very unprofessional. This app must incorporate nautical charts as a backdrop instead of street maps. On the water we live by nautical charts, either raster or vector, not by street maps. I understand that this is not designed as a navigational tool but I consider that fact irrelevant as to whether nautical charts should be used. The nautical need to be there, the street map is nearly useless. Other improvements that should be made: Integration with default Android buttons. Get rid of the star and use the settings button already there. Incorporate the Android back button instead of the "done" button on each screen. Incorporate two finger zoom. Using + and - should be an option, but not the only option.
A Google User
Mar 12, 2014
? Dosen.t do anything. Found nothing the proms stated. How do u make it do something,,,a.y thing????