Just the best! Very nice app that seems to do everything. A wealth of information on all objects mapped. Well worth the price. Just a minor point. There should be a way of editing Jupiter's GRS longitude as it's now around 270 rather than the 190 used by the app. As I don't see any responses to reviews I don't think the developers read any of this though which is a shame.
When I click on Liveview it tells me that my phone doesn't have the needed sensors to use Liveview. Bf and I have the same model Galaxy Express Prime and it used to work on his phone and now it doesn't. We have tried other star maps in the past and seem not to have a problem using those maps. I paid for this one because I wanted the best, and this one looked like the best. Is there a fix for this issue so that we can use Liveview? I don't want to uninstall it because it looks amazing... Thanks. Still... no one will get in touch with me over this issue months later. There was nothing that said it would not work on Galaxy Express Prime. We wanted the Liveview most of all. Please explain? Please?
Why doesn't the app show the eclipse in the US and Mexico on the 23rd September 2017? I even changed my location to match the eclipses and no mention of it? Also my live view doesn't work even though the app asked me for my GPS coordinates. It is a great app but I can only give it a three star rating because eclipse info is missing.
It's fun, informative, and seems to work well on my Nexus 5. At first liveview was out of alignment, but since a few launches/reset phone it seems to have solved itself. (over the last 2 weeks)
Best astronomy app I've used! Well worth the money! It's my go to planisphere when I'm out scoping. The dark red theme helps big time! Wish I had more widget control, don't know if that's even possible. Other than that it's fantastic
It's possible that there are better apps out there now, but I bought this almost 5 years ago. Live View didn't work as well on this app as another, when I was shopping around a year ago, but the other app was childish.
Links to solar images updated