New update is not up to the mark and location shows falls position of Sun and stars After update it is shows wrong position of all stars according to location. eg. I am at Jamshedpur, India and here time is 2am (night) but it shows SUN in east about 20 degree above horizon. So kindly correct it.Your previous version was OK when I have downloaded 3 years back. Thanking you for your great app providing free
Good app, no way to disable notifications As the title states, this is a good app for viewing stars and celestial bodies across the sky. The app does not have a way to disable notifications, and their help website directs you to hide notifications in the OS. Unacceptable as this still lets the app process/send them in background, but they stay hidden. Four stars if you fix this. Uninstalled.
I was looking for high resolution augmented viewer for our galaxy I was plesantly suprised not only is this containing the superb high quality image of the milky way from earths perspective many other celestial bodies are viewable upon opening the application, there are many buyable additions which the app can notify users of events of interest to come, even a picture was added to my album dated 1970's I'm not sure if this was an actual satalite image on this date. but I was plesantly suprised.
Compass on its own? Have several star map apps on my LG G4 with none of them I have a problem. But installed this one several times but never gets the compass right. After installing I looked for Polaris that should be more or less north of us on the northern hemisphere but according to the app it is somewhere east of me. Guess just uninstall and look further
Very cool The angle of the 3d earth model is wrong, but everything else is perfect. When i go into 3d viewer mode at the current date, abd point my phone at the floor, it thinks i am in the arctic, instead of England. It also uses a lot of battery power. Other than that, it is awesome. Oh and I found a satellite called "battle school" that crashes the app when I try to view it...
Really like this; I discovered it while I had an iPhone, briefly. The only problem that I have had with it is that one night my compass was really, really off, so I switched it to manual mode. Now I can't seem to get it back in AR mode. If the button was more prominent (and it likely is), I think that 5 stars would be more appropriate. Thank you!
New in v.3.0.10:
- Improved star visuals on hi-res screens
- Fixed difficulties in selecting planets, meteor showers & satellites on hi-res screens
- Object classification in data box
- Improved deep-link responses
- Integrated Google App-Indexing, so Star Chart results can show up in Google Search
* Fixed the strange camera distortion issues when in AR Mode, which affected some devices, like the HTC One.
* Fixes crash on some older OS versions when notifications were triggered.