RAID Unveils new iPhone App

(DNW) – Following the launch of their Android App last Fall, RAID has announced the launch of the RAID App for iPhone. Like the Android App, the iPhone version is specifically designed to allow divers to complete their theory training, complete quick quizzes, the final exam and the practical skills sign-off by the RAID Instructor online or offline, 24/7 anywhere on the planet. You can also auto sync all the work you have completed on the Apps or on the RAID Website, as soon as you have internet connection.

RAID Iphone AppRAID Founder and leader of the RAID App development team, Barry Coleman, invites RAIDers everywhere to take a look at the RAID Apps for themselves. Barry proudly said: “the RAID Apps are packed with special features and are so easy to use. Typical of many RAID products we have focused on utility and functionality with our Apps and deliberately avoided the temptation of loading up a lot of unnecessary graphics which do not really aid the learning process and only create useability issues in areas where connectivity is poor”.

Barry continued: “a special feature of the RAID Apps is the option to download any of your courses if you chose to work offline. It allows you to save the training manuals you need, depending on internet speed and available space. Both Apps also allow you to log your dives.”

The Android version is available through the Google Play Store and on Apple with iOS8 operating systems through the Apple Store.

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RAID is a culmination of worldwide SCUBA diving, training experience and skill development combined and presented with today’s latest technology; considered one of the most comprehensive e-learning programs in the world. RAID’s mission is to be the benchmark brand for quality dive training globally through improved technology, training techniques, a proactive quality control system and ensuring the highest standard of dive instructors. Learn more at www.diveraid.com.

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