Wow. A Great App Period. Amazing Options. I looked for a paid star gazing app after seeing my neighbor use a free one assuming there might be more features to enjoy. I was enthralled by the difference and the options available. I didn't delve into the settings until I had used the app for 15 minutes and would have been fairly happy with it as it was. After turning on most of the features I was blown away. Dev's plz keep updating and improving!!!
I'd rate it higher but like someone else just said while pointing at the moon it's about 90° off. I've set my location so I'm right where I should be but the moon is not. E-mailed support but no response as of yet. Been 3 days now. Although it is full of information which I like.
Holy carp. This is THE GOD of astronomy/planetarium apps. I can't believe the amount of features bundled into one interface. I've officially ditched all my other apps for this one. Kudos to the developer.
Not as intuitive to use as I first anticipated but still an awesome app. Occasionally the imagery when trying to lock on to stars shakes but once the app is rebooted, it clears the problem.
Dynamic astronomical almanac A brilliant app for Android. The app is a storehouse of scientific and astronomical information, easily accessible, and well-organized. Find an event or an object, locate it on a sky map. Beautiful. I bought version one of this app, used it for a while, moved on to Sky Safari Pro, but when I got the Nexus 10 recently I became re-acquainted with Mobile Observatory. What a wonderful surprise. Greatly improved over the early editions. Excellent. The most data-rich, comprehensive astronomy app. Period. The 2.41
Best astronomy app I've tried I've had it on my phone for several days now, and am discovering new features each time I use it. The sensitivity of the live view which pinpoints an object in the center of your field of view is a bit too sensitive for me, as it pops up information too rapidly but you can toggle that off. Really a superior product and we'll worth the small fee.
- Mercury transit on May 9 will be displayed correctly
- Bugfix of memory issue
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