Been out for a while...wondering if there are any new sites to peep flows and such...other than USGS? What are you using? Thanks!
Ya the Riverbrain Android app is a little outdated and needs to be revamped to be more in line with the newer Riverbrain IOS app. Maybe I'll get a new Android release out later this year.Though riverbrain's phone app is not good. Slow, and you need to click through things to get to your favorites every time.
Lots of reasons.Agreed. I guess I don't understand why people need an app or website beyond the DWR site for Colorado stream flows... The ratings of too low, medium, high, etc are subjective anyway...
I don't really understand. Those are all things built into a list of runs that display flows. Synchronization bugs are just that and should not be part of a good flow page. But anyway, it doesn't really matter. Everybody has their own workflow, so whatever works best for you is what's best.The majority of those validations sound more like an online guide book than a flow page, and I do see a use for those, but I find the best info on new runs comes from TR's on paddler's blogs these days. Plus I find there can be a delay on the flow shown on many flow pages, sometimes delayed by as much as 6 hours or more...guess I'd rather get my flows from the horses mouth than a secondary source.