10 Best Aquarium App For Android

Updated on: September 2021

Best Aquarium App For Android in 2021


Peaceful Aquarium HD

Peaceful Aquarium HD
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Amazing Aquariums In HD

Amazing Aquariums In HD
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Aquariums
  • Colorful Fish
  • Ambience

Preschool Educational Games - ABC Alphabet Aquarium School Vol 1 (Essential Apps for Kids): Animated Puzzle Learning Games with Letters and Animals for Preschool & Kindergarten Explorers! (Free)

Preschool Educational Games - ABC Alphabet Aquarium School Vol 1 (Essential Apps for Kids): Animated Puzzle Learning Games with Letters and Animals for Preschool & Kindergarten Explorers! (Free)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Four great interactive educational puzzle games with letters and animated animals to develop your child's skills.
  • Customizable Settings. Select which games your child plays allowing you to focus on a single task.
  • Curriculum developed and reviewed by preschool education expert
  • Numerous adorable hand-drawn animations and illustrations for each letters
  • All pronunciation by professional voice-over artists

MyReef 3D Aquarium

MyReef 3D Aquarium
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Observe realistic animations, behavior, and interactions of more than 40 species of 3D fish
  • Customize up to five aquariums, selecting backgrounds, accessories, and the perfect mixture of species
  • Participate in detailed interaction with your fish, including feeding and knocking on the front "glass" to annoy them
  • Move and zoom easily using common touchscreen gestures
  • View your aquarium in soothing shades of midnight blue

Fishes Puzzles for Toddlers and Kids FREE

Fishes Puzzles for Toddlers and Kids FREE
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • high quality puzzle game for toddlers and preschool kids from ages 0 to 7 with very cute fishes
  • Easy to use and control
  • fun for children: cute game sounds and gorgeous seabed
  • Simple for toddlers and babies with increasing difficulty
  • Toddlers develop their fine motor skills by dragging and dropping puzzle pieces
  • Play with your child or let them play alone
  • use it to keep your baby or toddler occupied
  • a fun and animated underwater world!
  • A lot of fishes puzzles! 18 in the FULL version
  • more than 70 ocean creatures in the FULL version: seahorse, dolphin, octopus, sea turtle, sword fish, shark, whale
  • randomly generated puzzles! this educational game will never get old!

Aquarium Radiance HD - Wallpaper & Themes

Aquarium Radiance HD - Wallpaper & Themes
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Decent 7 frames
  • 7 Romantic Default Music
  • Option of Custom Music (only for phone & tablets)
  • Sleep Timer
  • Wonderful 7 Screen Effects
  • HD Quality Video
  • Child Lock

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Columbus Zoo and Aquarium leads and inspires by connecting people and wildlife
  • Home to more than 10,000 animals representing over 600 species
  • The Zoo is a regional attraction with global impact; annually contributing more than $4 million of privately raised funds to support conservation projects worldwide.
  • The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium also manages The Wilds, a 10,000-acre conservation center and safari park located in southeastern Ohio.
  • A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Columbus Zoo has earned Charity Navigator’s prestigious 4-star rating.

aniPet Aquarium (Free)

aniPet Aquarium (Free)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • 20 fish categories, 180 fish species for selection
  • Up to 20 fish in the tank
  • Able to feed fish and fish grows
  • Matured fish may have babies
  • Background change, many options available such as fish speed, growth speed, light animation, etc.

Alphabet Aquarium Vol 1: Animated Puzzle Games with Letters and Animals

Alphabet Aquarium Vol 1: Animated Puzzle Games with Letters and Animals
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Four great interactive educational puzzle games with letters and animated animals to develop your child's skills.
  • Customizable Settings. Select which games your child plays allowing you to focus on a single task.
  • Curriculum developed and reviewed by preschool education expert
  • Numerous adorable hand-drawn animations and illustrations for each letters
  • All pronunciation by professional voice-over artists

Ocean Aquarium HD

Ocean Aquarium HD
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Ocean Aquarium
  • Relaxation
  • Colorful fish
  • Sharks

Why Your Pet Fish Keep Dying

Nitrate poisoning, ammonia poisoning and improper diet are among the most common causes of death for freshwater aquarium fish.

Here are some of the possible reasons that your pet fish keep dying.

Nitrate Poisoning

I believe that nitrate poisoning is the primary cause of death in pet fish. Nitrate levels rise when there is too much decaying food, fish poop or plant matter in your aquarium; it is produced as a natural by-product of decomposition. Nitrate is a silent killer; you may have no signs of high nitrate poisoning until the levels of this compound reach a deadly high.

To prevent this problem, use test strips in between water changes to determine levels of this compound. Aim to keep the levels below 20 parts per million (ppm). If levels are higher than 40 ppm, do an immediate water change.

Ammonia Poisoning

Does your fish tank have an odor? This is a very ominous sign, and indicates that there is ammonia in your aquarium. Even remote, trace amounts of ammonia are extremely toxic to fish. Ammonia poisoning is most likely to occur if you have a messy carnivorous fish such as a puffer or oscar. It can destroy a fish after only a few hours of exposure.

If you notice that your water is malodorous, get to work immediately on remedying the problem. Change your filter cartridge and at least 75% of your water. Consider using test strips to conifrm that levels are now safe, or undetectable.

Improper Diet

It is very rare for a pet fish to starve to death. Most aquarists actually massively overfeed their fishy friends-- which can lead to poisoning from nitrate or ammonia. However, if your fish keep dying, it is likely because you are feeding them the wrong foods. Are you trying to feed flakes to your puffer? Goldfish food to your betta? Betta food to your pleco? These will all lead to improper nutrition, which will cause the fish to die.

Prevent this problem by researching every species before you purchase it. Know its dietary needs and choose foods that provide balanced nutrition. If you do this, your fish stand a much better chance of survival.

There are many other potential reasons that your fish keep dying, including chlorine poisoning, infectious disease and improper pH. However, these are less common causes of repeated fish loss in aquariums.

Consult an expert at your local fish store if you have any questions about why your fish keep dying.

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