Developed by surfers for surfers it's a free, fun and easy way to share surf reports and photos with people you trust.
Discover where the best waves are with goFlow.
The revolutionary surf app connecting the global surfing community.
Share a Surf Report in under 15 seconds.
Easily describe surf conditions using the “wave”, “wind” and “surf” condition tool-sliders.
Share photos, stories & messages.
View photos from your friends and other surfers you follow in one simple stream and see what conditions are really like.
Stay connected with your surfer buddies.
See where your friends paddled out, plan a session or network with other surfers.
MAUI’s big wave rider, Ian Walsh is always in search of the next big swell, and goFlow’s main mission is to help surfers quickly find their perfect wave so they can spend less time on land and more time where they want to be – in the water.
“For years I’ve been thinking about a better and more reliable way to get local surf reports.” Says Ian. “Usually I just call friends to see where they surfed and how it was and go based on who I trust most. Then I came across goFlow and it was essentially that. It allows me to see where my friends have been surfing and how good it was in one easy step. It really makes checking the surf as easy as checking your Instagram!”
“I wouldn't just put my name to something like this, but the goFlow app, which just launched, is interesting in a few ways. Basically it is a real-time surf report that's supported by your friends or people you follow.”
- ESPN X Games
“Ian dedicates a large part of his time tracking large swells and weather conditions across the globe with the expertise of Stormsurf, goFlow’s swell forecasting partner. Ian brings extensive knowledge as a big wave and global surfer to goFlow and the future development of the app.”
- Surfing Magazine
“Roni Eshel has been surfing for as long as she can remember. The former pro surfer and Israeli women’s surf champion says she has been blessed to have traveled the world and visited the most beautiful places and amazing waves, but what she was truly searching for she could not find.”
- TransWorld Business
“I had an interesting conversation with Maui’s Ian Walsh last night. He’s teamed up with the folks from goFlow to help them with an app that allows surfers worldwide to share photos, get surf reports, and find good surf. ”
- TransWorld SURF