Coastalwatch Surf Check App For iPhone
Coastalwatch Surf Check presented by Fox Sports is Australia's most popular surfing app. Live stream over 100 surf cams, get live winds, tides, surf reports, forecasts & more.
+ Live Streaming Surf Cams
+ Surf Cam Replays
+ Local & Regional Surf Reports*
+ Expert Surf Forecasts by Coastalwatch forecast team**
+ Create your personalised Swell, Wave & Wind Alerts**
+ Live Wind & Forecast
+ Tides Times & heights
+ Water Temperature
+ UV Index
+ Weather Forecasts
+ Surfing News and Videos
+ Favourites function
+ GPS Near Me location finder
* Local Surf Reports are real observations by industry experts for selected beaches around Australia.
** In-App Purchases.
Live Access Pass (auto-renewing subscription):
The LIVE ACCESS PASS (In-App purchase required) is a new way to enjoy the premium features of Coastalwatch right on your smartphone in the Surf Check App including:
+ Premium Surf Cams locations
+ No video ads before live streams
+ Read detailed Surf Forecasts & analysis written by Coastalwatch forecasters
Live Access Pass For All locations and alerts for 30 day Subscription is $2.99
Live Access Single Cam Location for 30 Days is $1.49
Alerts for 365 days is $2.99
Live Access Pass Terms & Conditions:
Purchase of a Live Access Pass subscription entitles the user to stream Live Vision on surf camera’s available within the app, to create personalised swell, wave & wind alerts and to access local surf forecast analysis & reports. You may access these features, via a Live Access Pass, for a recurring subscription fee of $2.99AUD per month (30 days). Purchase of a Live Access Pass indicates your acceptance to be charged this amount every 30 days. Coastalwatch will automatically charge the account linked to your iTunes account, unless otherwise notified by you to cancel. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.
Live Stream - Single location (non-renewing subscription):
Purchase of a Live Stream Single Surf Cam entitles the user to stream Live Vision on one surf camera of their choice, available within the app, and to read local surf forecast analysis for this camera location. User's may purchase as many single surf camera locations as they desire.
You may access these features for a one-off fee of $1.49 for 30 days access.
Alerts (non-renewing subscription):
Purchase of Live Access Alerts entitles the user to set personalised Wave, Swell & Wind alerts to notify them within the app. You may access these features for a one-off fee of $2.99AUD for 365 days access. This is a one-off fee and will not auto-renew.
To change or cancel your Live Access Pass, please got to iTunes account settings after purchase. No pro-rata refunds will be provided to customers who cancel during an active subscription period, however these customers will have access to premium content until their subscription ends.
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