The Oceanic+ 2.0 app, which has been generating a lot of interest among divers, is now available. Now the software for the Apple Watch Ultra and Ultra 2 devices has received a major addition. This, of course, is about the long-awaited freediving mode, which will reach a whole new and large group of users.
As with the scuba mode, the freediving mode will allow the user to dive to a depth of 40 meters. Of course, this is not the only change, and owners of Apple Watches and Iphones are sure to find more interesting new features for themselves with Oceanic+ 2.0.
The new mode has a number of advanced training and freediving features. Among them are custom alarms for target depth, maximum dive time, sequential depth, surface time and maximum session time. For each alarm, users will receive both tactile and visual notifications. Additional features also include surface heart rate tracking, heart rate training zones, surface data and more.
The new mode has a number of advanced training and freediving features. Among them are custom alarms for target depth, maximum dive time, sequential depth, surface time and maximum session time. For each alarm, users will receive both tactile and visual notifications. Additional features also include surface heart rate tracking, heart rate training zones, surface data and more, making your Apple Watch Ultra a very nifty tool.
Freediving mode also includes a “Stealth mode” that automatically dims the screen underwater. It disables all haptics and alarms and reduces the display brightness while submerged by 90%. This will prevent freedivers from scaring off marine life encountered underwater. On the other hand, after surfacing, the display automatically restores normal brightness and retains all surface alarms.
According to Huish Outdoors, owner of the Oceanic brand, dive photos and videos taken with the patent-pending Oceanic+ underwater case for iPhones are integrated into the logbook. This makes it possible to overlay a dive profile on the visuals and share your dives instantly. In the age of social media, such a feature is sure to please many users.
Oceanic+ 2.0 has advanced editing features for photos and videos taken with iPhones. The free version of the app includes automatic color correction, and with a paid subscription you get access to advanced editing, including adjusting blue or green dominance, using keyframes to color correct videos and correcting imported media taken with other devices.
If we want to have access to advanced image features and freedive mode, we have to face the expense of $9.99 per month. If we wish to purchase a subscription to freedive mode only, the Oceanic+ 2.0 application will cost us $4.99 a month.
The Oceanic+ 2.0 app for Apple devices can be downloaded from the App Store.
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