Oceanic+ App for Apple Watch Ultra: How to Download and Setup

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Oceanic+ Dive Computer app

Oceanic+ is a special app for scuba divers on the Apple Watch Ultra that was developed by Apple in partnership with Oceanic, an American manufacturer of scuba gear. Divers and snorkelers of all skill levels are able to use the Oceanic+ app. The Oceanic+ Dive Computer app for the Apple Watch has a user-friendly interface and offers a wide range of functions on the company’s initial dive computer, as do other Apple Watch apps.

How to download and set up the Oceanic+ Dive Computer app on your Watch Ultra will be covered in this article.

How To Download the Oceanic+ Dive Computer App

Make sure you have the most recent watchOS 9.1 update installed on your Watch Ultra before downloading the Oceanic+ Dive Computer app. In a similar way, the Oceanic+ Dive Computer software only works on iPhones running iOS 16.1 or later.

Make sure you are downloading an app that is released by Huish Outdoors, LLC, by searching for Oceanic+ in the App Store. Downloading the app is cost-free.

The same app will be accessible on the Apple Watch Ultra as soon as you download it on your smartphone. Once the app has been downloaded and set up with your name, emergency contact information, dive experience (student, open water, advanced, dive master, instructor), and sensor authorisation (to access live GPS location and other details), press the Activate Oceanic+ button on your watch. All of these details will sync with your iPhone if you have paired an Apple Watch Ultra with it.

Subscription Charges

Even though the app may be downloaded for free, there is a subscription fee of Rs 899 per month or Rs 7,500 per year in India to access all of the Oceanic+ app’s features. In a similar vein, a family-sharing plan is available for Rs 11,900 and provides access to up to five family members. Last but not least, a one-day subscription is also available for just Rs 89.

Oceanic+ App Features

Oceanic+ offers features such as a depth gauge, maximum depth, time, compass, logbook, lifetime dive time, longest time, social network sharing, and photographs with a free account (limited to snorkelling).

The Oceanic+ app has all the capabilities that are offered in the free version with a paid membership. Additional capabilities available to users include tissue loading, community diving conditions, 3-day weather forecasts, 3-day tide predictions, UV index, and more.

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