Reefs App -


The Reefs App


Apple iOS

Version 4.1

Requires iOS 6+

Google Android

More Info

Requires Android 4.x




Store Finder - Wondering where the nearest store is? Want to do a road trip to see some new shops? We've got you covered..

News - A real time news feed from the leading aquaria blogs

Market - Daily updates from the best vendors, including livestock photos, dry goods pricing (coming soon) as well as a job board.

Forums - Connect to all of the major reef aquarium forums, including, Manhattan Reefs, 3reef, reef2reef, reefcentral, and more. You can also add your own forums into the app for quick access.

Realtime Chat - Talk to hobbyists in real time. Use your buddy list to meet up with your reefing friends. Notifications coming soon. - Allows you to monitor your aquarium from your phone. Currently supporting Reef Keeper Elite/Lite, Neptune Systems Apex Aquacontroller, Aquacontroller III, and Reef Angel (coming soon).

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I get the app?

The Reefs App is available through the Apple App Marketplace for iOS devices, or through the Google Play Marketplace for Android devices.

How much does the app cost?

The app is free.

Are there any hidden costs?

There are currently four unlockable databases: Fish, Corals, Inverts and Pests.  These databases are $.99 each and once unlocked are permanently available.

Where are the databases I previously purchased?

If you upgrade the app you may need to unlock the purchased databases again.  Go to the Settings page and select “Restore Purchases”.

Release Notes

iOS – 4.2 – released 8/26/2014 

  • New marketplace menu
  • Added over 20 club forums
  • Bug Fixes


iOS – 4.1 – released 1/15/2014 

  • New Marketplace Vendors (realtime)
  • New Club Forums Supported: Space Coast Reef Club , MARSH ,
  • Bay Area Reefers , SoCaliReefs
  • graph enhancements
  • Better performance for live chat
  • Bug Fixes


Android – 4.1.9 – released 8/26/2014 

  • Feature parity with iOS App


Android – 4.0 – released 5/15/2014 is the world's leading destination for sustainable coral reef farming and the aquarium hobby. We offer a free open forum and reef related news and data to better educate aquarists and further our goals of sustainable reef management.