Great *STAR* app! To everyone complaining about no planets....this is an app listing "15,000 STARS in nearby space." Just like it says in the description. Thanks to Mr. Burlock for a wonderful, informative, FREE app!
Where Are The Planets?
Looks cool, default data inaccurate App looks cool, but default data appears to have errors, for instance, Beta Carinae is specified as part of Cetus constellation (should be Carina), Proxima Centauri is said to be in Cepheus (instead of Centaurus), Vega in Cassiopeia (it's in Lyra)... perhaps there are other errors I haven't detected as I'm no astronomer, but as a source of information this app doesn't seem to be completely reliable
Galaxy note 4 I hate this app because. I paid for no ads and every time i run out of data i keep on getting optus ads telling me to recharge and some of the ads take up the whole screen while the other ads remain at the top of the screen and some of the labeling of the stars are blured.
Nice but one problem, when you zoom into the Galaxy you loose all sense of direction and cannot easily find the Sol system. Some basic navigation arrows or something would help.
It didn't really work on an LG G3 runnung Lollipop. The menu buttons were unresponsive. Looks nice, though.
Updated DropBox support
Updated HYG file format to support v3
Fully unlocked with no ads
Changes to ad support
Added option to import CSV data from the app's folder on the device, without needing DropBox
Fixed startup bug when no internet connection present
New button to re-import the data used last session
Latest news feed
Lots of bug fixes
A personalized guide to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in NYC.