Excellent A great app. Shows the exact location of all planets..... and stars are spotted in exact way.
Excellent Full of data but you really need to know what you are looking for.
Perfect timetables for outstanding sun/moon rises/sets Accurate and great to know exact spots for taht perfect photo!
Not bad BUT... It could do with a night mode IR view so it's easy on your eyes. So when your looking through your telescope outdoors at night your not blinded by the normal app light. Also the adds need to go, can't have them flashing up any time they want. Very annoying. Over all a great app that needs very little tweaking.
Know what they are in the sky This app is awesome! I'm a software engineer myself and this just amazes me. You can actually point your phone at the sky and deduce exactly which light is which planet. Only problem I have is everytime I open the app it has my location at first, but then goes to New York. I have to go to the bookmarks and load my location. I also agree with other users. Let us buy the ad free version. One thing is forsure, we should all look up at the sky more often, and less down at our phones.
One of several good apps. I recommend this and Google Sky Map and Sky and Telescopes "Tonight' s Sky". They all do pretty much the same thing, but have different approaches and appearance s. I say have all three at least if you're really into astronomy! It's a matter of personal preference, . This is a good one but requires some understanding of what the difference is between celestial equator, horizon and different map projections. This gives the "Big Picture ",the sky never changes only the horizon moves. Set magnitude to 3.5, if
Technical update and bug fixed for Android 7.X.