Mac OS Sports
DiversDiary, the customized interface solution for Mares Icon HD Net Ready, Quad, Quad Air, Puck Pro, Puck Pro +, Smart, Smart Apnea and Matrix dive computers. Adds some interesting features that you are going to appreciate.
After downloading dives onto the Mac, Divers' Diary offers the possibility of viewing, analyzing and archiving the dive and temperature profiles, gas consumption and ascent speed on the Mac, thus creating a "live" logbook that allows you to look up and revel in the memories of past dives.
Link your saved dives to dive site maps, underwater photos or portraits of your buddies. You'll be surprised at what a breeze that is! You can also enter comments, dive site ratings or information about the equipment you've used. And there is the brand-new possibility of linking your dive to a satellite image of the respective dive site.
Divers' Diary also lets you edit your ICE (in case of emergency) information on your Icon and Matrix.
Other features of Divers’ Diary:
- list your dive information including tank details, dive spot, buddies and equipment;
- view a graphic profile of depth temperature, gas consumption, NDL, CNS and ascent speed
- Import landmarks in the KMZ or KML format
- Import/Export dives in UDDF and UDCF format
We also introduce iDiversDiary, the new App (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/idiversdiary/id472424945?mt=8)
for iPhone which allows you to recreate the logbook from the Mac onto your portable device. The only requirement is, in addition to a Mac with Divers’ Diary installed or a PC with Dive Organizer installed, to have a wi-fi connection for the transfer between devices.
Note: For use with any Mares dive computer other than Icon HD and Icon HD Net Ready on a Mac, you need to install the Silicone Labs driver CP210x USB to UART Bridge VCP.
Bug fixing Icon HD Net Ready firmware update V4.2.2 and UDDF import and export