30-40 simulated video clips serve as a mobile manual on steroids.  Detailed tutorials for twelve popular Oceanic dive computers are now available at your fingertips. 

The growth of mobile phone applications has come to the scuba diving industry in a big way. Oceanic Worldwide has announced a new iPhone application that provides instant details, graphics and explanations for twelve of the company’s popular scuba diving computers. The App, developed in conjunction with DiveNav, Inc. gives you instant mobile access to convenient and easy to understand tutorials for almost every Oceanic dive computer.

According to Doug Krause, Oceanic Worldwide’s Marketing Manager, the new App provides a simple and easy way for divers to learn how their computers function through an interactive display that includes live-action video. “Many of the simulator and demonstration pieces that divers see in a dive store are incomplete – they don’t show the customer how a computer will function and display underwater and at depth. This new App is unique because it lets divers learn about their Oceanic computers anytime using their mobile devices. We’re pleased to once again be leaders in technology that benefits the recreational scuba diving industry.”

Krause explains that the App, which is available at the iTunes store, provides direct links to a series of brief instructional videos designed to help users learn more about their dive computers and see how the displays work. Simple tasks like setting a computer for a different Nitrox mixture, changing the alarms or just seeing how the display looks at depth are all advantages of the new Oceanic App.

For more details, visit http://divecomputertraining.com/OceanicApp.php