Works as a shortcut to the calendar on some phones not on others.
*this a widget to add a widget
select the widget you desire
**Update, thank for the feedback, new update coming soon, with bigger home screen widgets and bigger font.
Julian Day converts a Gregorian (calendar) date to a Julian day of the year (and from Julian to Gregorian). For example, January 1 is Julian 1, February 28 is Julian 59, etc. Of course, for a leap year February 29 would be Julian 60.
Comes with a Home Screen Widget that changes Julian Day with the Correct calendar day.
This Application 'Sidereal Time' displays sidereal times (ST) as well as several other time standards.
You will not only find the actual date and your local civil time but also 'Universal Time Coordinated' (UTC), your time zone and the difference between UTC and your time zone. The Julian Day count (JD) and the modified Julian Day (MJD) of course are displayed as well.
This application "Sidereal Time" shows the relevant scientific and common time formats.
It may be of interest for all areas of chronology and geography, geodesy, geophysics, meteorology, satellites (ISS)
and astronomy. It keeps scientifically interested people, hobby or amateur astronomer always up to date.
All the displayed times are computed from the Sidereal Clock's own timebase which is synchronized to an external high precision NTP time server.
To compute the local times it gets your longitude via GPS.
The Sidereal Clock is supported by ads.
Do you always hate having to convert from local time to UTC time? Or having to go to a thousand different sites to convert from one time type to another? Or having to check what Julian time it is? No longer!
This app has two types of screens: one is for the current times and the other for converting times.
The current time screen shows three times: local time (as set by your phone), UTC time (synced to the Prime Meridian) and the Julian Date for the UTC time.
There are four separate screens for converting times from one to another: Local Time to Julian Date, Local Time to UTC Time, UTC Time to Local Time and Julian Date to UTC Time.
NOTE: I've tried hundreds of combinations to make sure each algorithm was correct, but computers, much like humans, are flawed. It's more than likely that it will work, but I would double check the conversions just to make sure that they're correct. :)
Plug in any date and the Ordinal Date and Julian Date will be calculated.
Also included is the Latitude and Longitude of your phone's current location. Coordinates change automatically when the phone is moved.