This application is for those who realize that Moon is not just rock in the sky, but it is very beautiful phenomena unique to the planet we are living on. Our lives are affected by it every single day and I hope this application can help you better understand it.
You can see the moon phase of today and browse through phases by day or week by swiping finger across the screen. Gardening tips displays the information that is important for bio-dynamic gardeners. It is based on the American Tradition of the Lunar Gardening.
It also include an exposure calculator for photographing the Moon. It will give you the estimated shutter speed required based on your ISO, aperture, weather condition, moon location and phase. You can also use month view to see phases over the entire month and quickly move to specific day with taping it. This application also include some nice widgets to use at your home screen so that can always see the phase of the moon.
Main features are:
- material design
- compatible with Android 7.0 Nougat
- current moon phase
- month view
- swipe for next and previous day or week
- widgets (large, icon, new and first moon)
- age of the moon in days and hours
- zodiac sign description
- gardening tips
- percentage of illumination
- rise and set times for your location
- option for parallactic angle of the moon to see wobble effect
- optimal exposure calculation for photographing the moon
- Android 4.x optimized user interface
- automatic hemisphere detection
- option for selecting date and month
This app includes Widget's. You will find them on widget's list on your phone!
Widgets are only available if application is installed on the internal storage of your device. If you can't find this application widgets in the list, make sure you haven't installed on the external storage!
Thank you for choosing this application. In order to keep this application free and allow me to keep working on improvements you will periodically receive a sponsored ad in form of banner or interstitial ad. I appreciate your understanding and support. I hope you enjoy it.
Moon imagery by NASA/Goddard reconnaissance mission atlas.