Couldn't do anything with full screen adverts popping up every time I touched the screen. I turned off sound and set night mode, but adverts had sound and full colours. Impractical and extremely user unfriendly. I won't purchase an app if I can't figure out its features because ads keep popping up. Deleted in under 5 minutes.
Okay seems like graphics are fixed. I wanna buy the full version but will not until you add stars we have been aware of for a long time. And those are VY Canis Majoris and UY Scuti. I searched for both using their HD/HIP etc and I got nothing. Please guys. These are important.
I used to love this app. Then it began crashing and I had to reinstall it. Now there are so many ads I can't use it. I already paid to unlock the full app, including ad free. I tried restoring it but the restore button doesn't work. I guess I'll have to find another astronomy app.
Annoying obtrusive adds, I might have purchased if I could figure out what was offered without all the ads. Easier apps available or just check NASA
Yep: You managed to make the trial so freaking annoying with VERY intrusive ads constantly, that I won't even CONSIDER buying the app.... Seriously you had to add this many?!? I understand you need to make money, but imo you are going about it the wrong way: Star Chart app is doing the same job without being obnoxious. Don't bother writing your standard obtuse reply that buying the upgrade removes the ads (Duh!)... If you won't let users test, any sensible person will walk away. Speaks volumes that you are BLATANTLY ignoring all negative reviews. One to avoid and I would give you NEGATIVE stars if I could... 👎
I have purchased very few apps, but this was money well spent! Once compass is calibrated, can easily identify those objects in the sky which show us just how small we really are. From constellations to planets, comets and events (sends you an alert for meteor showers, comets, other unusual events), you can use this app to orient yourself so you know what you are looking at, especially coupled with a telescope. I'd also sign up with NASA's 'spot the station', which will shoot you a text or email to let you know exactly when the International Space Station is passing over your location, where it will appear and disappear on the horizons, highest degree of angle in the sky and length of visibility. Amazing to watch it fly over, and if the sun hits it just right, can even see the panels extending off of the station. Amazing!