The Moon - Phases Calendar

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4.1
716 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Moon Phases Calendar - universal lunar calendar for any Locations from 0001AD to 2100 years.

Lunar calendar is one of the oldest calendars in modern society.
A lunar month can only be 29 or 30 days long. This is different than a solar based calendar, where the length is arbitrarily fixed.

Features:
- Moonrise
- Moonset
- Moon phases
- Lunar Days
- Illumination
- Distance
- Position

+Bonus:
- Sunrise
- Sunset
- Altitude
- Azimuth
- Distance

Languages:
- English
- Russian

How it use:
- View day info: tap on "Day number"
- Change year on Calendar: tap on year number
Updated on
May 31, 2019

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4.1
716 reviews
Hannah Stamy
October 3, 2022
I love this app. I use the free version, so I am somewhat limited. However, for it being free, I see exactly what I want to. The current months moon phases, down to the percentage. It also shows what zodiac sign the moon is in. It has the time of the moonrise and moonset. And the name of each cycle.
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A Google user
September 24, 2018
It's an overall good app. Tells me the phases, time of full moon, zodiacs in the daily moon. One thing that's kind of big is that the zodiacs are off for each day. I have to use this app as well as another to compare what the actual zodiac is. Off by one day it seems. Please fix this ASAP
76 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
November 8, 2018
App is super glitchy.... Under the calendar feature there's no phases, just weird ghosting of numbers all over the place. One feature I really need, so have to ditch this app for one with more functionality.
45 people found this review helpful
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What's new

- Fix bug