I haven't run into any surfers with iPhones, but that doesn't mean they aren't out there. Today, Oakley (the guys that make those hideous Thump sunglasses) and Surfline announced their free app: Surf Report.
There's only one other surf-forecasting app, GreenRoom Surf Forecasts, available today and it costs $2.99. It's limited to spots in California, but you can get a seven-day forecast whereas Surf Report only provides up to three days. However, Oakley's app is free and you can't beat that.
With Surfline powering the Oakley app, surfers now have access to spots all over the world with vital stats like air temp, water temp, tide charts, swell breakdown, wind, sunrise/sunset and a brief synopsis for each spot. Projected conditions and weather are provided for the following three days as well. Using the GPS coordinates of your iPhone you can see what's going on at a handful of spots near you that are within a certain distance that you set.
Driving directions are also included via map links in case you're going somewhere new. All of the beaches are well known, so the few hidden spots that are left in the world won't be revealed, but this will surely bring on another wave of iPhone toting kooks to the already crowded lineups.
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