Starlight - Explore the Stars

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4.6
11K reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Point your phone or tablet like a magic lens into the night sky, and see in real time what stars and constellations hover above.

Starlight is a streamlined sky viewer that makes stargazing exciting and educational. See planets, stars, and constellations come to life against a vibrant backdrop of stars. This is your map to the cosmos! Amaze your friends and educate your kids with this useful app.

FEATURES:

• Beautiful hand-painted artwork.

• Lightning-fast navigation.

• Over 100,000 stars from the Hipparcos database, shown accurately according to their spectral type.

• All 88 western constellations.

• Planets of the solar system. (We threw in Pluto because we're sentimental.)

• Starlight is an ever-expanding tour of the Cosmos with new content planned regularly.

We want to hear from you! What would like to see in Starlight? Let us know by reviewing the app or visiting our website!
Updated on
Nov 21, 2018

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4.6
11K reviews
A Google user
March 14, 2020
After a year of working perfectly on my Samsung Galaxy S9, the App now crashes or goes to black screen every time I try to use it. Prior to this issue I'd have given Starlight a rating of 5 because I love its simplicity, accuracy, and user-friendly interface but it's almost useless now. I've uninstalled and reinstalled to get the latest version but that didn't resolve the issue. Please, please fix this previously super app!
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Bi En
July 23, 2020
Doesn't require to be connected with the internet (but do open it after download whilst connected to the internet). The good thing about this app is it's still accurate even after 2 weeks on no internet connection. It's great for stargazers who don't have any available internet connection; but in the event that you switched off your phone or restarted it, you'll need to open the app whilst connected to the internet.
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Big Rocket
August 14, 2020
There is NO search function, and even when I was looking in the right direction, it cannot find the Perseid meteor shower. Apparently this common celestial event is not in its database, makes you wonder what else is missing. But very pretty user interface and very intuitive to use, you move your phone around to find the name of whatever star you're looking at.
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What's new

Fix for black screen on some devices when Location is turned 'Off'.