WDFW-WA Fish/Wildlife notices

WDFW-WA Fish/Wildlife notices


Get Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife notices. These notices include news releases, fishing and hunting rule changes, and regulation pamphlet corrections. The user is alerted with a notification bar message.

Notices are searchable, and can be archived and unarchived. Searching of archived notices is selectable. Non-archived notices can be selected to show all notices, or only those that have not been read yet. Notices are automatically marked as read when they are opened. However, changing the read/unread status of notices can also be done.

Configurable for the number of times per day that check for new notices occur. Can be set to check only with an active WIFI connection, so that over-the-air data charges are not incurred.

Generally advertising free. However, from time to time users will be shown a screen shamelessly promoting other paid applications when opening this application. After all, you have to expect at least a little advertising in a free applications. It is kept to a reasonable level, however.

Grizdroid Programming is not affiliated with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, or any Washington State agency.

Recent changes:
V1.0.9 - Add help option. Show help on first load, and version updates.
V1.0.10 - Add menu icon to screens, where applicable.
V1.0.11 - Add options to get News Releases and Rule Changes, or just Rule Changes.
V1.0.12 - Fixed WIFI only option.
V1.0.13 - Added share option. Minor bug fix.
V1.0.14 - General house cleaning.
V1.0.15 - Corrected wrong internet address in 1.0.14.
V1.0.16 - Change to use internal storage only.
V1.0.17 - Fixed issue with strict mode.
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About WDFW-WA Fish/Wildlife notices
Get Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife notices. These notices include news releases, fishing and hunting rule changes, and regulation pamphlet corrections. The user is alerted with a notification bar message.

Notices are searchable, and can be archived and unarchived. Searching of archived notices is selectable. Non-archived notices can be selected to show all notices, or only those that have not been read yet. Notices are automatically marked as read when they are opened. However, changing the read/unread status of notices can also be done.

Configurable for the number of times per day that check for new notices occur. Can be set to check only with an active WIFI connection, so that over-the-air data charges are not incurred.

Generally advertising free. However, from time to time users will be shown a screen shamelessly promoting other paid applications when opening this application. After all, you have to expect at least a little advertising in a free applications. It is kept to a reasonable level, however.

Grizdroid Programming is not affiliated with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, or any Washington State agency.

Recent changes:
V1.0.9 - Add help option. Show help on first load, and version updates.
V1.0.10 - Add menu icon to screens, where applicable.
V1.0.11 - Add options to get News Releases and Rule Changes, or just Rule Changes.
V1.0.12 - Fixed WIFI only option.
V1.0.13 - Added share option. Minor bug fix.
V1.0.14 - General house cleaning.
V1.0.15 - Corrected wrong internet address in 1.0.14.
V1.0.16 - Change to use internal storage only.
V1.0.17 - Fixed issue with strict mode.

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A Google User
Sep 3, 2014
Disappointed Doesn't do anything! SMFH...
A Google User
Jul 22, 2014
Email notices are pretty much the same. One cool addition would be to add the lake and river codes for easy lookup.
A Google User
Mar 27, 2014
Yes Great app love it
A Google User
Mar 13, 2014
Poor On certain pr's are posted. You get less than half the updates that are online.
A Google User
Mar 6, 2014
Good info but could use some user interface work