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2 Boating Apps You Should be Using

A list of tried and true apps courtesy of Boating Magazine.

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Top 10 Boating Apps You Should be Using

Research. Research. Research. When it comes down to it, the best—and safest—days on the water are a result of doing your homework before, during, and after. Fortunately, these days, technology has made it easier than ever to monitor maintenance, mapping, fuel levels, weather, and just about anything else you can think of.  And best of all, you can do it all in the palm of your hand. Keep reading to discover some of the most useful boating apps available today.

VesselView Mobile App

Plug-and-play with Mercury. If you have a Mercury engine made in 2004 or later, this app, and the VesselView module, you’re on the way to a much easier boating experience. This fully integrated, on-board information management system connects to your iPhone, Android, or tablet via Bluetooth to provide access to more information and data on your boat and engine functions than any other system in the boating industry. VesselView allows you to control your vessel from an intuitive LCD screen that displays rpm, speed, fuel flow, fuel efficiency, temperature, trim, and more.

Monitor up to four engines, customize data points across three additional screens, and receive alerts and information if something isn’t right with your engine.

For more information, click HERE to learn more about VesselView Mobile.


ANGLR is a fishing intelligence platform that consists of a free fishing logbook. It’s a fishing app that syncs across mobile and web devices, including optional tracking accessories and a community of anglers who are passionate about growing and helping others grow. Build private, powerful, personal fishing analytics that are always at your fingertips to help you plan, record, and improve your fishing.
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