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Tutorial for i-Boating app on Android

I’ve put together a tutorial on how to use the i-Boating app below on Android. I provide preconfigured ready to use navigation laptops or tablets with marine charts, GPS, AIS, 12V and more! I do have waterproof and outdoor viewable models as well. If that’s something you are interested in, please contact me. I also have a list of alternatives to i-Boating.

Here is a tutorial for using the i-Boating app on Android devices

  1. Download the i-Boating app from the Google Play Store onto your Android device.
  2. Open the app and create an account by following the on-screen prompts.
  3. Once you have created an account, you will be taken to the main menu of the app. From here, you can access a variety of features and tools.
  4. To access the map, tap the “Map” button on the bottom menu bar. The map will show you the surrounding waterways, as well as the location of nearby marinas and other points of interest.
  5. To search for a specific location, tap the search icon on the top menu bar and enter the name of the place you are looking for. The app will show you the location on the map and provide you with information about the place, such as its address and phone number.
  6. To view detailed information about a specific location, tap on the location’s marker on the map. This will open a pop-up window with more information about the location, including its name, address, phone number, and any other details that are available.
  7. To navigate to a specific location, tap the “Navigate” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can enter the name or address of the location you want to go to. The app will provide you with a route to follow and will show you your current location on the map as you travel.
  8. To view tides and currents information, tap the “Tides & Currents” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen with a detailed tide and current forecast for the area you are in. You can use this information to plan your boating activities and ensure that you are aware of any potential hazards.
  9. To access the app’s weather forecast, tap the “Weather” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen with a detailed weather forecast for the area you are in. You can use this information to plan your boating activities and ensure that you are prepared for any potential weather conditions.
  10. To view the app’s navigation aids, tap the “Navigation Aids” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen with a list of navigation aids in the area, including buoys, beacons, and other markers. You can use this information to help you navigate safely on the water.
  11. To access the app’s marina directory, tap the “Marinas” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen with a list of marinas in the area, including their addresses, phone numbers, and other details. You can use this information to find a marina to dock at or to find out more about the services that are available at a specific marina.
  12. To access the app’s fishing information, tap the “Fishing” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen with information about fishing in the area, including the types of fish that can be found, the best times to fish, and any other relevant details. You can use this information to plan your fishing activities and improve your chances of success on the water.
  13. To access the app’s social networking features, tap the “Community” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can connect with other boaters and share your experiences on the water.
  14. To access the app’s settings, tap the “Settings” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can customize various aspects of the app, such as your account settings, map settings, and notification settings.
  15. To access the app’s help and support resources, tap the “Help & Support” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen with information about how to use the app, as well as contact information for the app’s customer support team.
  16. To log out of the app, tap the “Log Out” button on the bottom menu bar. This will log you out of your account and take you back to the app’s login screen.
  17. To access the app’s premium features, you will need to purchase a subscription. To do this, tap the “Upgrade” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can purchase a subscription and unlock the app’s premium features.
  18. To access the app’s offline maps, tap the “Offline Maps” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can download maps of specific areas to your device so that you can access them without an internet connection.
  19. To access the app’s route planning features, tap the “Route Planner” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can enter the names or addresses of the locations you want to visit and the app will provide you with a route to follow.
  20. To access the app’s waypoint management features, tap the “Waypoints” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can view, edit, and organize your waypoints.
  21. To access the app’s tracking features, tap the “Tracking” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can start and stop tracking your location, view your track history, and share your track with others.
  22. To access the app’s weather radar features, tap the “Weather Radar” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can view a real-time weather radar map of the area you are in.
  23. To access the app’s weather alerts features, tap the “Weather Alerts” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can view any active weather alerts for the area you are in.
  24. To access the app’s anchor alarm feature, tap the “Anchor Alarm” button on the bottom menu bar. This will open a new screen where you can set up an anchor alarm to alert you if your boat moves too far from its anchor.

I hope this tutorial has helped you learn how to use the i-Boating app on your Android device. If you have any further questions or need additional help, don’t hesitate to contact the app’s customer support team. You can also get a preconfigured navigation laptop or tablet from me!

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