Does't work Not work in my Galaxy J2 (2016).
Good Very nice
Thanks to the developer for some bug fixes-this is an outstanding, scientifically useful application; impressive tool for the astronomer/planetary scientist. There are, however, some problems--at least, on the two phones I've used it on; (LG Volt II, and ZTE Warp7): the icon-style menu is hard to figure out--icons used are not self-descriptive enough. Also, left-right swiping to move the screen (space view, I think) doesn't work. Smoother transitioning during zoom, from solar system to galaxy view, and back, is needed. The stellar neighborhood rendering, during this process, should be cleaner looking (looks like it's in a fog), as should the optional planetarium, or, "all-sky"view. Otherwise, the positions and orbital motions of all solar system objects, as well as the Milky Way galaxy, are accurate and at your fingertips! Eclipses, conjunctions of all objects, from any perspective. You can move the entire Solar system into past and future with smooth continuity. The close-up views of, and from, the asteroid belt, are stunning!
It does not work! It used to work but they've screwed it up........... I'm deleting this app!
We regularly bring you updates and new features to improve you experience. Have fun!
In this update:
• In local view, planets now display how many time before reaching transit, or before rising.
• In local view, jovian moons names are now displayed when zooming in.
• Improved accuracy of the transit time (also on Apple Watch).
• Updated astronomy engine, support for 2016 leap seconds, improved accuracy.
• Bug fixes and improvements.