White power Like very other white person I downloaded this app and its exactly what I paid for again I'm a sad white person
Great app for identifying objects in the night sky. The menu isn't well organized and I've also had trouble with the sensors on two phones now. On a Note 3 and a Galaxy 6 Active, both of them couldn't locate my location on GPS and the orientation (magnetic+gyroscopic sensors) was always off, making the phone-orientation mode worthless.
Way cool. Menus a bit unintuitive. Stelarium depicted the progression of tonight's full lunar eclipse. Way cool! The menus take some getting used to — it seems awfully easy to get into a mode where you don't know how to get back to the menus you were seeing a minute ago — but on the whole this app is great for casual use.
Best Mobile Astronomy I've Found I've been an observational amateur astronomer for over 40 years. this is a great tool. For a small mobile device is this depicts night sky as good as it gets. No grossly out of scale stars. More stars appear as the user zooms in. The PC version is especially sensational with the extra star databases. This app is a steal for being free. Perhaps it doesn't work so well on all phones but it works perfectly my Samsung Galaxy S5. Don't hesitate to download this.
Doesn't work properly on Nexus 6p The app just doesn't know which way it's pointing.
There are fewer stars than the desktop version.... I hope they can be the same. Also will appreciate if you can make it work for Chromebook
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