RiverFlows

RiverFlows


RiverFlows offers a quick and easy way to view data from river gage sites using an Android device. This is useful for fishing, kayaking, rafting, canoeing, or any other pursuit that requires tracking lake and river levels in the U.S.

I welcome feedback and bug reports- please send them to [email protected]

Supported Data Sources:
USGS
NOAA
US Army Corps of Engineers
Colorado Department of Water Resources
California Data Exchange Center

Recent changes:
-fix for crash experienced by users migrating from pre-1.2 versions of the app
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4.3
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About RiverFlows
RiverFlows offers a quick and easy way to view data from river gage sites using an Android device. This is useful for fishing, kayaking, rafting, canoeing, or any other pursuit that requires tracking lake and river levels in the U.S.

I welcome feedback and bug reports- please send them to [email protected]

Supported Data Sources:
USGS
NOAA
US Army Corps of Engineers
Colorado Department of Water Resources
California Data Exchange Center

Recent changes:
-fix for crash experienced by users migrating from pre-1.2 versions of the app

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 12, 2015
Exactly right! This app is awesome! It pulls the guage info from the respective agencies and displays it quickly and neatly. I see negative reviews for reasons like "it doesn't list this river or creek!" If there isn't a guage on the stream how the heck is it going to be listed. This app pulls data from already existing, publicly available websites. Jeeze peeps come on! Understand how an app works b4 criticizing it.
A Google User
Jul 8, 2015
Where's the settings?
A Google User
Jul 8, 2015
Doesn't work great, USGS icon on home screen is easier and works great.
A Google User
Jul 5, 2015
Potential for Excellence PROS: Easy user interface. Faster than referring to USGS website directly. CONS: Doesn't have the ability to save user-specified high/low thresholds for safe boating levels. This could be remedied with the addition of a NOTE field under each river gage placed in favorites.
A Google User
Jun 30, 2015
No Todd's Fork Creek ? Come on. Todd's Fork Creek after heavy rains is the best kayaking in S.W. Ohio & it's not listed????