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This app doesn`t do anything it says it does. I can read the one constellation that pops up when I first turn on the app, but it doesn`t move at all as I`m moving the phone around. I can pop up all and take all the clusters, stars, planets, and ect., but again, what god is that going to do if the screen doesn`t move. I`m going to try an other app!
Lovely app, very easy to use
While you won`t get a whole lot of bells and whistles with this app, what you get is spectacular enough! The app uses your GPS location, combined with other information about the iPad`s position and orientation, to let you see exactly which constellations and stellar bodies are in a particular part of the sky. I downloaded the app after noticing two very bright stars rising in the east in the early morning hours, and wondering whether they were planets or satellites. The moment I pointed my iPad in their direction, the app identified them as Venus and Jupiter. It accurately moved with me no matter which direction I pointed it, and even gave me a little reminder about the Perseid meteor shower as I passed the constellation Perseus. For a little bit of fun, point your IPad at the floor and get a look at what someone on the other side of the world has over THEIR head! Fun, accurate, and very attractive to look at, this is an app I`m very glad I downloaded.
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The "Download" link for Sky Map 1.2 directs you to the iTunes AppStore, where you have to continue the download process.You must have an iTunes account to download the application. This download link may not be available in some countries.