Download Jupiter Simulator apk 4.2 free for Android smartphone

10 Sep
Jupiter Simulator

Posted by Tuanis Apps in Education | Sept. 10, 2016 | 50 Comments

Apk file size: 3.4 MB

Jupiter Simulator (previously know as JoveMoons) is an astronomy app that shows the location of the four largest Jupiter moons, and the Great Red Spot.

All positions can be shown in real time, or in faster animation. You can set the clock to other times in the future or past.

You can navigate in three dimensions, and zoom in and out. The orbits of the moons can be made visible. Information on the nature of the satellites is given.

Whats new

    -Removed UnityAds
    -Fixes bug crashing the app in Android 6

Tuanis Apps part of our Education and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Sept. 10, 2016. Google play rating is 87.8995. Current verison is 4.2. Actual size 3.4 MB.

Download jupiter-simulator.apk 3.4 MB


Russ Gibbons

Helps plan when to take pictures I like to get the moons close and the great red spot facing my way in photos, this lets me know the best time to bring out the camera and scope.

Terry Cooper

Great for the Observational Astronomer By Jove, this is a great app! Now I know when the Great Red Spot transits Jupiter's disk. Accurate moon positions. A real keeper.

Eric Draven

Great app to learn about planets an specifically jupiter an its satilites great gui graphical user interface good sources too Beautiful design great sources easy to use app / guide on planet Jupiter an its satilites actually tought me somthing its very fascinating also tells u when the jupiter hurricane is close an days an times it arrives good work on app great user interface easy to use especially of u like science an planets

derek hornby

Jupiter's moon's and planet face Great app that helps me to plan an observing session with my C8

Rodrigo Lopez

Really useful and easy to use Very useful to see moons positions, shadow and great red spot transits.

Chandrashekar G

Great app Fantastic animation. Great for explaining movement of Jupiter and its moons as well as planning observing session!!

jitendra singh

Nice app I want to see live space please help me thanks

Tony Gordon

Tony Gordon Fantastic idea,great graphics, being able to move everything around then put back to their current position is a real plus.Now ,when viewing , the 4 moons can be identified easily.

Mohammed Ali Baddah

Excellent app! This is exactly what I have been looking for. Keep up the fantastic work.

Mark White

Found the GRS! I finally found an app that let me find the Great Red Spot in real time!

madan salvi

Great apps This is very good application for students. I LIKE IT

John Kagey

Only drawback is the photos of Jupiter need updating as features on Jupiter do change. Very nice app

Terence Jorgensen

Great app Very accurate time wise, let's me easily plan my imaging sessions

Danny Rodic

Solid app. Wish it had more zoom features and info on the moons of Jupiter.

Luc LaRochelle

Great app, easy to use. I use this little app each and every time I go out to look at Jupiter. Easy to plan observation session of the planet.

Carmen Scuderi

great visual aid! Great way to visualize the planet and the lunar orbits of the Galelian moons. A wonderful educational device!

Michael M.

Needs to show more moons.

dennis galcik

Great My non astronomy friends love it!

Md.Mahamudul Haque

Very nice for student

Neon Blade

Great app! Very handy for the home astronomer

John Jenkins

A lot of good and accurate information. I will certainly be downloading this for my grandchildren.

nelson batista

Awesome app. Useful at the scope. Also runs flawless on BlackBerry OS10.2.1 Very smooth and well thought out app.

Loren Tucker

Animation didn't work. Basic information. Kind of a dud!

Anel Rojas

Amazing app Keep the great job. I can't wait for the updates. Awesome!!!!

Fernanda Sigarán

Awesome app

Luis Mauricio Calderon Castro

Great app It works flawlessly

Richard Broadhead

Both pretty and accurate The app looks graphically great and provides useful, accurate information. Recommended

Graham Lewis

Great app Really good app. Only thing I'd like to suggest as an improvement is the ability to change the view to inverted and/or mirror reflected to match eyepiece views through all telescope configurations.

Kevin Quinn

Does what it says on the tin ...

Pratik Patil

Simple and useful Pretty simple to use and ad free

Michael Pylatiuk

Happy with this app at the moment

Andy Reding

Simple and effective.

Matthew Vess

It was ok NOTHING much spectacular though

Atul Nanal

Useful Needs to have time manual entry.

Owen Gwynne

Does its job, very happy with it. I'd never been aware of seeing the Great Red Spot, so having this app available meant I could plan my session with that in mind. Did exactly what I wanted.

Owen Gwynne

I'd never been aware of seeing the Great Red Spot, so having this app available meant I could plan my session with that in mind. Did exactly what I wanted. Just downgraded it to 2 stars because the adverts are really intrusive. Noisy, Long, Unwanted. This is a great app, horribly spoiled by adding adverts.

Brian Lanier

Very good I really like this to plan viewing. I would also suggest being able to invert image for telescope view. The one major issue I have is when forward or reverse with finger swipe in small increments on screen the clock doesn't update with the moon positions. I would like to be able to find a frame such as when a moon is in middle of transition or two moons eclipse each other and then see what time that is viewable.

Gary Tollefson

Simple clean and easy to use. Quick and easy to see what's happening at Jupiter. Would like it even more if you could freeze the viewing angle so we could zoom in without accidentally changing the angle. Love that it shows the GRS accurately as well as the moons.

John Slinn

Excellent App This is a very simple clearly understood app for seeing what happens with Jupiter and it's Moons. A way of flipping the FOV to suit different telescopes and eyepieces would be a good upgrade, plus seeing the shadows of the Moons on the disc of Jupiter would be a nice add on too or you could miss seeing a shadow transit by not knowing about them. All in all one of the best

bernie kanowsky

Beautifully simple. It really helps me plan my photography sessions.

Gus Skywatcher

Excellent app. Very accurate.

Dan Self

Nice bit of work. However not totally useful for astronomy. The perspective is from near Jupiter and not Earth. Still good for the GRS though. And free so can't complain Nice bit of work. However not totally useful for astronomy. The perspective is from near Jupiter and not Earth. Still good for the GRS though. And free so can't complain. Also it slips a lot. The controls are a bit fiddly on my phone.

Amy Padgett

Does exactly what I want This little app is simple to use and does exactly what I wanted. It shows Jupiter and it's moons as they are and let's you run a simulation of their positions in the future. You can see when the next sighting of the great red spot as well. Jupiter is my favorite planet and this is one of my favorite apps now.

Serge Fjetland

Love the app, wish I could lock perspective to now I love the app, useful to show newbies what they are looking at... I really wish to "reset perspective" button want hidden, and there was a way to lock the perspective to live, so I could zoom in and out freely without worry.

James Verran

Excellent observing aid. I am now able to identify the individual major moons of Jupiter with this handy app.

The1KawaiiChan Fan

Awesome app This app is great for my lesson at school learning about mars and other planets

David Kindred

Neat app I installed the app a while ago to show someone what I saw through a telescope and it was great. Opened it some months later and there is an obnoxious flashing white ad telling me my device's memory is full. Not only is it a scam ad, but it ruins the great experience of the app. I'm not against monetizing apps, but this severely degraded the app. I did notice an option for in-app purchase as I uninstalled, so maybe you can purchase a way to remove ads. Dev, you might want to let users know this.

Chris Bloomfield

Does what it does well I was wondering when I could look through my telescope and see the Great Red Spot. Now I know :) And nicely presented to. I reckon a reset button would be great.

Andrew Kehoe

PERFECT: It's indispensable for planning an astro photo session.

Johnny Gat35

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