Aquarium I.D. provides important specs on all fish, corals, and invertebrates that are commonly seen in a saltwater aquarium. More importantly, this all in one app will deliver the fundamentals on fish care, acclimation, tips, water chemistry, lighting, filtration, proper feeding, breeding live fish food, refugium, sump, nuisance like diatoms, slime algae, aiptasia… etc, and how-to videos. Our goal is to release a new version monthly with new materials as well as new content.

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Discussion Forum

bubble tip anemone eating percula clowns..not

Started by Greg Watkins Mar 18, 2013. 0 Replies

I'm sorry but I must update everybody on my videos of my bubble tip anemone and clownfish. I have come to the conclusion that the anatomy did not eat the clowns. the baby clowns were aroused to Jeff…Continue

LED Lighting and UV Deficiency

Started by Greg Watkins Jan 31, 2013. 0 Replies

It has occurred to me lately that LED lighting has a complete lack of UV light. some UV is necessary for correct coral Growth. have you heard anything on this? it is still early in the game for long…Continue

Tags: lights, aquarium, lighting, led

nano tank lghting

Started by Greg Watkins. Last reply by Lenny Jan 26, 2013. 4 Replies

I am curious as to what people are using for lighting on their nano tanks. I was asked a question about an LED 12 spot light, and whether it would be adequate for a nano tank with corals.The short…Continue

back button and the forums

Started by Greg Watkins Jan 22, 2013. 0 Replies

I don't know if anybody else is experiencing this problem, sometimes when I'm browsing through the worry my dear app I go into the forums and poke around in post. when I am done and hit the back…Continue


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Comment by Greg Watkins on November 3, 2013 at 3:33pm

Aquarium ID now tweaked for Windows Phone 8!

Comment by Lenny on April 12, 2013 at 10:25pm

True I know there is a lot of work that went into it and its not a bad price. If only it was for a windows phone lol one day!  

Comment by Greg Watkins on April 12, 2013 at 9:42pm
typo the search function will be global
Comment by Greg Watkins on April 12, 2013 at 9:39pm
I had a couple out folks say the same, but. ou must understand how much more in depth it has become, how many team man-hours have gone into it. hundreds of more images are now being added the old ones are all been replaced with HD images, converters calculators local fish store locators with GPS guidance videos many many videos very rich in information improvements are incredible nothing out there even close.

I am always sad when somebody complains about paying $0.99 professional and complete as our app. version 3.3 is going to be outstanding it will have a new interface probably a new iconAndroid closed so much more than you saw in the aquarium ID lite.
we have completely removed aquarium ID lite for this very reason.which is kind of too bad cause it was a great app for just looking up fish invertebrates and coral. Oh yes the search function is not going to be available also and will extend beyond just a species tab.
pretty excited about it myself!
Comment by Lenny on April 11, 2013 at 8:50pm

Sweet the only thing I dont like about the app now it that there is the free one and the paid one and the paid one is better lol

Comment by Greg Watkins on April 11, 2013 at 8:49pm
sometime in the next four weeks 3.3 will be out
Comment by Greg Watkins on April 10, 2013 at 9:13pm
You should see the latest release!
Comment by Lenny on March 30, 2013 at 8:51pm

yes I just was playing around with it on my old phone it is really cool GOOD JOB!!!

Comment by Greg Watkins on March 29, 2013 at 8:20pm
I must say this new version of the room AquariumID is awesome. ,I just transfer it my old Android to the new Galaxy s3 using bluetooth and it works great.
send a completely new look and feel what a lot more features going to like this.
Comment by Greg Watkins on January 26, 2013 at 2:08pm
I just realized that the aquarium ID app is more responsive on my android devicce when I moved it from the SD card to the phone. Not a huge difference, just a better faster startup time.
I just thought I'd pass that along if you have the space (which by the way has been reduced considerably since it's initial release by using a new compression algorithm beyond my comprehension no doubt).
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