App is good, to be great please add follow: 1. Great Red Spot simulation and planet rotation!!! 2. Save Zoom settings 3. Want see shadows in spiral view 4. Maybe real 3d view to see moon orbits, but not sure
Awesome app, even a small telescope or binoculars can be used to watch Jupiter's moons... This app accurately tells you where they'll be and how many you'll see
Nearly a great physics teaching tool If you were to add a distance scale across the horizontal (maybe even just angular separation), this would be an engaging resource for exercising data interpretation skills and for calculating Jupiter's mass as a physics problem. Also (but less important), it would be great to have a zoom option for onscreen metrics and maybe even a menu option to view some physical data and probe photos.
Main menu option stopped opening Unable to remove ads... if you make it pro and paid and without ads I will buy...
Shows only UTC time, local time would be handy for novice. Graphical representation good.
Great Jupiter app Finally an app that shows the moon events!
-New landscape screen showing Jupiter and moons only
-New zoom feature using gestures
-Added distance scale
-Removed support for Android <2.3.3
-Missing support Android 2.2
-Should fix crash problem on some LG devices when pressing menu button.
-Improved user interface
-Bug fix: view mode setting required exiting app
-Moved ads away from controls
-Added option to hide ads