Originally Posted by svhoneybee
Hi Marramarra. Have a look at Googles Play Store - there are a lot of
tide Apps there. One possibility is to go with a Navionics charting package, which includes tides a week or so in advance. You can get the SE Asia Navionics charts for Android for a quite reasonable price.
Incidently, I just bought a new Andriod phone, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, here in Kuching. Not cheap, but a beautiful phone.
Yep, I use the Navionics app for tides all the time. There are some good tutorials on how to use tides in the app on youtube but the short version is:
1. within the app click menu
2. click weather and tides
3. Click tides
4. select the tide station you want to use (usually I just select the closest one ... they are listed in order of proximity to your current location). You can also select other locations if you want
5. click the stack icon that pops up on the tide station. This will display a diagram of the tides. If you just want to see a list click the "Details" link