I very much hope the developers are reading because I have 2 major complaints with the app. 1, is that you can not use tools such as measure angle etc. This is essentially what makes stellarium relevant. I need this for a class, and it would make life easier if you put those tools on the phone. Also, there is a glitch where if you are very zoomed out attempt to center on a star, the screen violently shakes and never centers on the star. I'm using a galaxy s8+. I hope the developers get this.
I've had this app back when I was an iPhone user & paired with it's widget it was amazing! On android however, out has no widget. Why? It lack so many features on android. CLEARLY the dev's are Apple fan boys. Anyway, ice been using Stellarium since forever even have it on my Linux box.
Its good, but would like to see adding the feature to add camera/telescope details to preview the field of view like the desktop version.
Failed to start after being installed on Android 6.0 no idea why have asked question before but no response
The app is not bad...it would be excellent if it had Android 8 support and could run in immersive mode : there's no point in having a night mode while the navigation bar is blinding you! I have seen snapshots of the app without nav bar... but not on the Sony XZ on Oreo. Please get rid of the navigation bar. Just got a update and still can't use night mode because of navigation bar!
All in all the best stargazing app I'm aware of. It would be even better if there were a mode that allows the complete ability to move and rotate the frame at will, to help photographers identify the stars in their pictures. While you can zoom in to anywhere in the sky, the app won't let you orient the view at will.
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