Point and view. On the lower left corner is a box. Tap on that to view or not view. It should move in direction u are pointing your phone. As soon as u touch your screen it will stop moving. Tap arrow in box , it will move again. Now I know what that bright star is by name and where. Pretty cool! It takes a little practice. I first go to settings. Turn everything off except maybe horizon. Look and see if you find your stars that you wonder what it is. Then one by one turn on label, lines, art work. All these yrs I've been looking at Orion's belt. The 3 bright stars in a row. A favorite patch of stars. Cool app.
Useful! I can't look at a lot of stars in the sky due to light pollution. This app is quite handy for me especially. Easy to handle and shows constellations. Also shows the sky at the current time. Would be better if we could view the sky in the past.
When I pointed it at the sky, it didn't change. What showed on the screen is what the look like, but I was expecting due to the description was pointing the phone at the sky, it would show you exactly what was in front of you. Very deceiving.
Very useful, but theres some features that i feel could add a whole lot more For starters, i feel we should ne able to adjust the magnitude of visible stars. For example, light pollution can make it impossible to see the milky way, so adjusting it so that its accurate could help a lot. Second, adding a "night mode" which turns everything red would be useful for amateur astronomers, as to not destroy night vision.
What happend with the free version? It doesn't work properly any more, Does the payed version has this problem too? It's about the tool that makes movement. I'm sorry my English it's not good
One Amazing App Just incredible. A real connection between today's technology, our ever present universe and the ideaology of our past.
Map the Universe! Explore Sun, Moon, Mars, stars, satellites, and NASA missions!