**** Excellent! It gets the job done with a minimum of fuss. Minor irritants: 17M? Really? Ergonomically speaking, it is so-so, and it could vastly benefit from results caching. And perhaps from an export to calendar, but this would require far too much privileges.
Adequate with errors It's good for getting the times, but the coordinates (at least for Mercury) are wrong and unexplained. Even Google and Wikipedia cannot tell me what a P or V is. But the azimuth is wrong whether based on North or South. Also it doesn't remember what location you are searching on, so you have to select it each time you start the app which is extremely annoying.
Love it! It's quick, easy and the simulations are great. My only gripe is that all the times are in Universal Time... I'd love to see a setting that would allow users to change that or - better yet - automatically adjust the time for the location :-)
Superb... Gr8 app.. Shd add more features as, 1. Transit of one planet across other 2. Planet occultations by moon & other planets 3. List of locations from where the event is visible 4. Option to view the event time in local time m sure, adding these features will make this app the best... All the best developers..
Awesome functionality! It only needs an automatic location function from device GPS sensor and to remember last location query. Maybe a UI refresh would be nice.. But I liked a lot the idea and how its presented.
Clunky app No graphics boring text display missing eclipse info
1.0.2 Fix small multiple screen support problems.
1.0.3 Fix more small multiple screen support problems.
1.0.3 Try to fix some SqLite problems reported in some device (as Samsung GT-P7501).
1.0.4 Fix minor translation problems.
Graphing Calculator for Functions, Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, and Statistics