Although the graphics are pretty decent you cannot set the scale to realistic in options or choose a time or visit stuff beyond the basic without having a premium subscription. Also it has ads for their other apps (what is up with that...) and one can not find basic info on the app itself like how many objects are in it... How many stars are depicted.
The spate of 1 star reviews show that some people don't appreciate the work that has gone into this. As a free app it's amazing. If you want to delve a bit deeper, pay for it and give something back for development costs. Amazing content, well done developers.
Fake app, said in sony center that this is a premium app free of cost on that particular day and I went ahead and downloaded it, then when I went inside the app, its asks for money for using its features. DON'T CHEAT people, developers. 1 Star for your fake and fraud advertising. Uninstalled it.
Fake and gay. Told me the best time to view planets is at night, like i didn't already know that. I can't be arsed with a condescending app. Uninstalled
Got a notification saying it was free (usually £3). After installation, most of the features are behind another pay wall. No way am I paying for something I was told was free
I got this through Sonys What's New app and it advertised a seemingly premium app as being free for a limited time. Well, I thought "great!", but I soon found out, I had been bamboozled; app was anything but free and even has subscription based content. Go bite a rock.
- Added “What’s new” section
- Improved trajectories of Cassini-Huygens, OSIRIS-REx, MAVEN and Juno
- Fixed visual effects for some devices
Best free astronomy app to view sky map and stars. Your free telescope for space