Very useful for stargazing. Has lots of options and looks pretty.
Just a great app.
Easy to use, well-designed.
Beautiful and easy I've had this installed on my Linux (Ubuntu) system for awhile and have had a lot of fun with it. Tonight I wanted to see if the app was available on Play Store, since Linux and Android are related. I found the app, paid the (less than) 3 bucks, and was looking at the stars and planets outside in less than 2 minutes. My rating is based on my experience with the desktop version, but I plan to keep an eye out for bugs. There is probably an instructional on line somewhere; this is a very detailed app.
Very beautiful This is a lovely app to have on my phone. One little thing could make it perfect for me.. It is such a beautiful depiction of the night sky that I long to turn all labels off and just enjoy the view (possible in the PC version).. perhaps a tick box in the advanced section? Thanks for the app!
Worth it for an amateur astronomer! Made it quite a lot easier to find some deep space objects that I could see with my dinky refractor, M15 was gorgeous! The only additional thing I'd love to see is filtering by apparent magnitude. My small scope can't hope to pick up much beyond magnitude 7 even with ideal conditions so the ability to filter so only brighter objects are visible would help me find more DSOs and whatnot that I can actually see. Never seems to lock on to my GPS coordinates, minor bummer
- Minor update
Best free astronomy app to view sky map and stars. Your free telescope for space
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