Requires camera App will get to point that it displays moon track, but then pops up notice saying no back camera found and then exits. No "no camera" mode and my tablet has both front and back cameras. Update: Still not fixed, a "no camera" would be a nice workaround. Could even have a send error log option/feature.
Nice job ...
Brilliant idea, but hopelessly inaccurate. So I'm pointing my phone at the moon, and the app thinks it should be a good 20 degrees to my right. Tried other night sky apps and they get the position of objects fairly close, but this app is hopelessly bad! You can turn the sensors off, but then what's the point of the app!?
Inaccurate Like Heather said, trajectory is off. Downloaded it tonight in hopes of finding the eclipse amongst the clouds. Glad I was looking in more than one spot!
Inaccurate So according to the app I should be looking at the moon right now but yet theres no moon out yet
Moon position at least 120 dgree off The moon was at least 120 degree off corse
2.8: A long click on the date/time button sets time back to now.
2.7: You can now predict where the moon will be... if reflected in water!
2.6: If your phone is equipped with gyroscopic sensors, the application uses them in order to further improve the image stabilization.
2.4: Image stabilization has been improved, so using the app will be more comfortable. Feel free to post comments on the Facebook page of the application!
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