Download Dive Planner 2 Free apk 2.18.2 free for Android smartphone

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Dive Planner 2 Free

Posted by Adrián Bouza Correa in Sports | April 7, 2015 | 18 Comments

Apk file size: 5.1 MB

Dive planner for recreational diving. Features:

Languages​​: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian and Portuguese.

Calculations based on tables. Tables: PADI and NAUI.

* Enter dive depth, underwater time and surface interval time.
* Shows dive state (safety stop, no decompression limit, within limits).
* Calculates end pressure group, pressure group after interval time, oxygen partial pressure (ppO2) and CNS (single exposure).
* Allows successive dives (maximum 7), nitrox (EANx21 - EANx70) and two depth units (meters and feet).
* Best Air Mix calculator (depending of current depth and ppO2).
* Share dive plans by email.
* Save dive plans as images in Android Gallery.
* Generate PDF document with your dive plans.

This version has a banner with ads.

MyPermissions Certification:

Whats new

    Version 2.18.+
    ** New language: German and Russian.
    * Minor improvements.
    Version 2.18
    * Access planning information by tapping instead of long click.
    * Help translate the app to other languages with TransCommu.
    * Bug fixes.
    Version 2.16
    * Nitrox bug fix.

Adrián Bouza Correa part of our Sports and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update April 7, 2015. Google play rating is 79.6681. Current verison is 2.18.2. Actual size 5.1 MB.

Download dive-planner-2-free.apk 5.1 MB


Matt Slack

Best I've found Very good app. Would be way better if depth adjustments were either completely adjustable or in increments less than 16' at depth. Love the sharing options!

Alexandr S

very good simple, useful, interface is good, but not so intuitive. how to remove one dive without a reset?

Alan Pella

Very usefull ...

MIhai Aldea

Great Make an ad free paid application.

Shahriar Vj

My number one! I used to use my dive computer to plan dives and teach courses; but after this, I can show my students exactly what happens when u change depth, o2 percentage,etc... The Ace is i can compare an air dive with a Nitrox dive and actively show what happens! The way the color of app changes as you exceed the limit is brilliant! The UI is friendly, and everything works smoothly... Maybe you could add a CCR calculator as well! I'm willing to purchase it! Not many cool scuba apps on Android! Apple has so many! We need to support Android developers! Heh!

Lloyd kerr

Great app but would you be able to add the bsac '88 tables as well please.

Nigel Edwards

Good A good app for recreational diving. A "no fly" countdown timer after the last dive would earn a 5* rating.

Stephen Ferrell

Awesome app. Much easier to use than the other apps in the store and has both metric/english and NAUI/PADI tables.

Michael Rusyn

Awesome Excellent for planning dives and keeping track

mark murphy

Great app for a quick dive plan. Don't see any way to add in a decompression stop, without creating another dive.....made difficult by the depth min of 32 ft....

Russell McDonald

Not a bad app very usefull scubaboard member It has uses

Chris Dembinsky

Didn't like the menus Difficult to change the values. Would be better if you could just type in the value.

Alex Dietz

Can't see half the app App is not scaled too big and goes off screen

Ken Boydell

Great little tool to pre plan your dive depths and times

brandon jay

Is not accurate Using the patty Tables or the ERDPML you are not in the right pressure groups

Bryan Starr

Inaccurate! The PADI setting doesn't match the PADI tables and the NAUI setting doesn't match the NAUI tables. Also, the PADI setting doesn't use 10 foot depth increments, like the PADI tables do, rather it uses depths covered from metric. Too bad. It's a nicely designed app. I just wouldn't trust the data, since it obviously doesn't come from where it says it does.

Scott Staggenborg-C

Hard to go back to previous dives It had a bad interface with slide bars making it hard to select exact values. Seemed to be built on metric units and then converted to imperial units

Troy Lewis

Nope Completely inaccurate. Don't use this.

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