Amazing app. Stunning graphics. Informative. Easy to use. This app has potential of becoming an official app for education just tie up with google so user can walk through planets and moons, we know as for now earth and space bodies near it are the only bodies that we can zoom in, who knows maybe in time. And add info on atmosphere layer. And add eclipses, like for example, you can manually rotate and revolve planets and their moon/s, so it will shows how things are done and possible. For now, Good job!
Very nice app which had me captivated. A couple of minor things with the interface could be improved: 1) The app opens upside down on my Samsung tab and stays that way, even if I turn the screen. 2) It would be nice if the sky did not move when you are scrolling with your finger in the info pane.
Those who abused this app are donkeys. I have not seen the app like taht in my life beautiful. But the only thing is our univerae is expanding everyday so please add some more planets and even glaxies. If you will update this app with these things, this will be the best app of the world. And you deserve the 5stars
Can be much better Overall I like this app. However, below are my comments/suggestion as to why I rated 3 of 5.: 1)The app dont use gyro so it always open upside down, i cant change the settings. 2) The app crashes every time i try to launch the Object Comparision. The app also closes while watching night sky. 3) In location mode, there is no option to see Earth in real time in compared to Sun, Moon and other planets and time of year. 4) The genuinity of nightsky is doubtful as the as the app never asked my geo location.
Terrible It's just the blue marble nonsense. No planets that move just earth moves. No option to exit app is one of the most annoying things with apps.
Not working Both pro and this one are not working. Stocked at language selection menu "please wait". This is a very stupid app.
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