Download DiveFree apk 1.1 free for Android smartphone

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DiveFree

Posted by APPCOM CANADA in Sports | Dec. 30, 2014 | 2 Comments

Apk file size: 44.0 MB

DiveFree is an application made for amateurs and professionals of free diving, and curious who want to discover strong sensations.

The application will make you travel in waters where exotic and fascinating marine animals swim: dolphins, tiger sharks, great white sharks, bull sharks, blue sharks, giant Bluefin tuna.
Test your skills at free diving, challenge your own scores and share your results with your friends on social networks!

With DiveFree, you will journey in the free diving world and be impressed by this unique and custom-made experience every time!
- Simulate free diving by holding your breath while exploring the impressive scenes that the application has!
- Get up close, while free diving!
, multiple types of marine animals such as dolphins, sharks and many others to come!
- View HD videos of marine animals on your phones or tablets! Regardless of the operating system!
- View and save your scores of your free dives and share them with your friends!

Whats new

    You can now venture into the marine world with great white sharks.

APPCOM CANADA part of our Sports and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Dec. 30, 2014. Google play rating is 70.0. Current verison is 1.1. Actual size 44.0 MB.

Download divefree.apk 44.0 MB

2 Comments

Andrzej Przelucki

Spearo Great app! Worth recommending. Thanks Philippe !

Zulhilmi Ghouse

Training based on underwater videos I love it! It's certainly different than all the other freedive training apps out there. This app uses underwater videos to help you mimic the actual setting of freediving in the sea (Freediving with dolphins, for instance, however rare though that is). It helps to generate the same excitement you get when freediving with marine fauna in real life (Though I don't know how long that excitement will last if you use it to train every day). Nevertheless, it's great if you love visuals & a simple training method

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