Apple is making the Oceanic+ app available to owners of Apple Watch Ultra. Apple and Huish Outdoors worked together to build the app. With the brand-new depth gauge and water temperature measurement on Apple Watch Ultra, recreational divers may use the Oceanic+ app to descend to previously inaccessible depths of up to 40 meters.
The Apple Software Store is where you may get the app. Oceanic+ requires an iPhone 8 or later, an Apple Watch Ultra operating watchOS 9.1, and an iPhone SE (2nd generation) or subsequently running iOS 16.1. Many popular dive tasks, such as depth and time, as well as recording the most recent dives are included in the basic plan, which is free.
Oceanic+ Will Be Available For $9.99
Oceanic+ costs $9.99 per month, or $79.99 per year, to gain access to decompression monitoring, tissue loading, the location planner, and an infinite logbook capacity. Family Sharing, which provides access to up to five individuals, is additionally offered for $129 per year.
Both the companion iPhone app and the app for Apple Watch Ultra offer all of the essential functions of a cutting-edge dive computer, as well as robust dive planning and a thorough post-dive experience.
Divers can organize their dives with the app. They have control over their gas, depth, and surface time. Their No Deco (no-decompression) time, a statistic used to establish a time limit for a diver at a particular depth will be calculated by the Oceanic+ app. The dive planner in the app also takes into account tides, water temperature, and even recent reports from the community on visibility and currents.
Additionally, the app provides post-dive information like GPS entry and exit points. The dive profile summary and this information will automatically appear on the Apple Watch Ultra. A map of the entry and exit points, graphs of depth, temperature climbing rate, and no-decompression limit are all included in the summary of the Oceanic+ iPhone app.