Use this for finding out what I'm pointing my camera out. Helped me find Jupiter and name some bright stars in the night sky. Works great. Can be a bit laggy on tracking. Might be my phone
I just cannot thank u enuf for this amazing app! I live in the city & this allows me to "see" everything I'd otherwise miss.It's beautiful, accurate, in depth & easy to use. Not to mention it's FREE! Thank you for all your hard work! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS APP!!!
Great app for finding out what that bright "star" in the sky is. Seeing an interesting pattern, I'll whip this out, and within seconds my curiosity is satisfied! I'd love to have a nice telescope to pair this with someday. For now, it's quite a powerful tool to identify what's in my night sky!
The BEST planetarium available anywhere! Have every feature that will be helpful, during the time, gazing up in the night sky. Recommended to all amateurs. Helps in getting to know what you see, and helps to track others as well. Really an Awesome app! Thank You for creating it.
It's ok if you have your Android device strapped to a telescope or tripod, but certainly not useful for handheld device. I was hoping it would help me find meteor showers, but I can't keep waving my cell phone around in the air trying to find planets or stars. It's frustrating.
Been using this for several years. Really handy for a beginner like me. I use it both with binoculars and with my 5 inch scope. Fabulous ap!
6.11 (8 March 2017)
* M1 is now called crab nebula, instead of Taurus A
* Ability to search stars by their designation in English (sigma instead of σ)
* Completed list of named stars
* Increased number of named stars to 2400, so that southern pole star (sigma octanis) is included
* Smoother display when connected to Wiced Sense devices, on some newer Android phones
Best free astronomy app to view sky map and stars. Your free telescope for space