PADI Library

PADI Library


A life of underwater exploration is a screen tap away. Whether you’re ready to take the first steps toward scuba certification in the new PADI Open Water Diver course, or are looking to experience one of the dozens of specialty courses (coming soon), the PADI Digital Library allows you to get started on living a life less ordinary anytime, anywhere.

With the PADI Digital Library, you have access to PADI’s extensive library of scuba diving content. If you’re not a diver yet, take a spin in the new Open Water Diver course, featuring dynamic videos and a fun, easy-to-navigate interactive design. If you’re already a diver, you’re in the right place too — whether it’s the Sidemount Diver course or Night Diver specialty course, there are a number of amazing PADI adventure that will be available soon, all just a screen tap away.

For more information, go to http://www.padi.com/touch or contact your local PADI Dive Center or Resort.

PADI is the world’s leading dive-training organization, with approximately 6200 dive centers and resorts and 136,000 PADI Professionals worldwide issuing nearly 1 million certifications every year. More people trust the PADI System of diver education than any other brand — since 1966, more than 22 million people have trusted PADI to certify them as scuba divers.

PADI is The Way the World Learns to Dive®.

Have questions or feedback? E-mail us at [email protected]

Recent changes:
Minor bug fixes
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About PADI Library
A life of underwater exploration is a screen tap away. Whether you’re ready to take the first steps toward scuba certification in the new PADI Open Water Diver course, or are looking to experience one of the dozens of specialty courses (coming soon), the PADI Digital Library allows you to get started on living a life less ordinary anytime, anywhere.

With the PADI Digital Library, you have access to PADI’s extensive library of scuba diving content. If you’re not a diver yet, take a spin in the new Open Water Diver course, featuring dynamic videos and a fun, easy-to-navigate interactive design. If you’re already a diver, you’re in the right place too — whether it’s the Sidemount Diver course or Night Diver specialty course, there are a number of amazing PADI adventure that will be available soon, all just a screen tap away.

For more information, go to http://www.padi.com/touch or contact your local PADI Dive Center or Resort.

PADI is the world’s leading dive-training organization, with approximately 6200 dive centers and resorts and 136,000 PADI Professionals worldwide issuing nearly 1 million certifications every year. More people trust the PADI System of diver education than any other brand — since 1966, more than 22 million people have trusted PADI to certify them as scuba divers.

PADI is The Way the World Learns to Dive®.

Have questions or feedback? E-mail us at [email protected]

Recent changes:
Minor bug fixes

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A Google User
Feb 16, 2015
Won't let me login. Says I have not activated any coupon. Requests for help send me into loop.
A Google User
Jan 15, 2015
Won't let me login and I don't know who to contact for help
A Google User
Dec 29, 2014
Thanks
A Google User
Dec 2, 2014
Perfect I'm a PADI Instructor and my students love this app. The revised training material is really good, the passing score on the final exams significantly got better after learning from this polished app/book. More knowledge, more details and understanding, drives to more confidence in the water.
A Google User
Nov 23, 2014
too many PADI accounts required This seems to require that YET ANOTHER separate PADI account be created... I already have one for PADI eLearn courses, and another for the PADI app itself (both using the same email address). How many of distinct accounts are we expected to have, just for the privilege of interacting with PADI?