The digital dive log for macOS and iOS

Going dark.
Not me - MacDive! This update has been a while brewing, and I'm glad to finally get it out. Primarily it is compatible with macOS Mojave, which will be available shortly.
I'm a big fan of the new dark mode. The update also contains TouchBar support for your MacBook Pro, a bunch of new device support, and many other bug fixes and improvements.

Along with this release, MacDive v1.3.1 for iOS was released yesterday. Both releases contain support for the Shearwater Teric - thanks to those of you who have been testing this for a while.

For the full list of changes, please see the release notes.

As usual, let me know of any problems!
  Dark Mode

MacDive. For iPad!
After a very long wait, I'm happy to announce that the latest update of MacDive for iOS has support for the iPad.
We've tried to create a more iPad friendly layout while retaining the same look and feel of the iPhone app. Obviously a lot has changed in the app to let things work for both iPhone and iPad where possible, so please let us know of any issues.

The Dashboard is the major new addition to the iPad. A place to show off your stats, see your recently logged dives for quick access, etc. We're interested to hear feedback on this so we can add to it in future updates. Please let us know what you'd like to see here!

As well as the obvious big change, there are the usual bug fixes and improvements. There have been a number of UI tweaks of the iPhone version - everything from fixing lines that were a pixel too large to rewriting bits and pieces from scratch to make them work better.

We've also included support for the Mares Bluelink to let you download dives via Bluetooth from supported Mares devices.

As with any version of MacDive, we don't really think of it as "finished". Merely a place to start. So, back to it..
  The Dashboard

  Profile View

Easter Holiday Update
A new release for macOS today to push out some new device support and other improvements.
This release contains support for the Scubapro Aladin Sport Matrix, via Bluetooth. This means I've also added Bluetooth support for the Scubapro G2, to complement the existing USB support. A couple of you have asked for this so I hope this makes things more convenient. Support for the Matrix will also be coming to iOS shortly, once the latest update has been approved.

This release also adds support for the Garmin Descent Mk1 via FIT file. Drag and drop away! As the Descent has GPS, I've also incorporated a couple of the location-based features from iOS in to macOS. Namely, when you download, the GPS coordinates will be grabbed from the dive. When using a menu to select a site (either from the dives table or the location tab of the dive inspector), you may see an extra entry at the top if an exising site at the dives location was found. Also, the quick-create-site menu in the dive inspector now has GPS fields and they will be pre-populated for you with the location.

Not too many exciting features, but I've done a lot of internal work just tidying things up, a few performance improvements and bug fixes, etc. Please let me know if you run in to any issues!

The full release notes for macOS are available here.

Another update?!
Just a couple of really quick updates to add a feature people have been asking for, and tidy up some very old code.
A number of people have been asking for gear group images to be synced and viewable/editable on macOS. I finally sat down to tick that off the list, and at the same time, decided to give the various thumbnail views a lick of paint. A few people have mentioned over the years that the various thumbnail views (Gear, Critters, etc) could be difficult to read.

This new update gives them an updated design which is far more readable. At the same time the internals have been tidied up significantly. For one thing, this resolves a couple of "bugs" that have existed since around 2.0.0, in that editing the various details wouldn't trigger the thumbnails to update properly. This should all be fixed - everything should now look, work and feel nicer. As an extra, you can now right-click on any thumbnail to view the associated dives.

This update contains a couple of other minor bug fixes, but is mostly just about updating those thumbnail views. I wanted to get it released sooner rather than later, so give it a try and let me know what you think.

There's also a new release for iOS. This essentially exists just to fix a bug syncing the gear group images that I found while updating the macOS version. It includes a "Random Dive" button hidden under Stats, which I find myself using all the time just to remember some old dive somewhere or other..

The full release notes for macOS are available here.

  Updated Thumbnails

New Year Updates
Support has been added for the Scubapro G2 to macOS 2.9.1 (USB) and iOS 1.2.9 (Bluetooth), both available now as free updates.
This includes support for the optional heartrate monitor. MacDive for macOS now includes a BPM overlay on your profile graph if you used one on your dives, which you can toggle on or off, and you can view your heart rate per-sample when you inspect the dive profile.

The iOS version now has the ability to filter critters in both the main critters view and also when identifying critters. Hopefully this helps speed up tagging what you've spotted. You can also choose to sort smart logs by their saved desktop order, rather than just by their name.

The toolbar has had a little bit of love on macOS and sees some new icons and a bit of rearranging to hopefully make common operations more accessible. The gear and certification thumbnail views have also seen a large performance improvement - hooray for obscure bugs that have existed for many years and were finally tracked down.

Both new updates also contain an assortment of bug fixes to everything from UI quirks to downloading dives.

The full release notes for macOS are available here. As usual, let me know if you run in to any issues!

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