Download Planetarium apk 1.3.1 free for Android smartphone

26 Jul
Planetarium

Posted by AndScaloid in Education | July 26, 2016 | 52 Comments

Apk file size: 5.5 MB

This application allows you to view information about the main celestial objects.

Select the position of the observer, date, time and time zone and display the various information and views available.

Display rise, transit and set times of sun, moon and planets of our solar system !

Display sky projections including stars of the Bright Star Catalogue, constellations, some asterisms and meteor showers !

Notifications are available to not miss the various astronomical phenomena of our sky.

The application can be added on your screen as a widget (do not install it on the sd memory card in this case).

Whats new

    1.3.1
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    Technical update.

AndScaloid part of our Education and have average installs from 100000 to 500000. Last Update July 26, 2016. Google play rating is 83.2171. Current verison is 1.3.1. Actual size 5.5 MB.

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52 Comments

Mark Dooley

Excellent app, but... This is an incredible app, but I hate the ads. With all the work it took to create this app, and in light of the rather cerebral nature of the subject matter, would it be possible to offer an "ad free" paid version?

Robert Heard

This app is wonderful! I especially like the widget included. It makes my phone beautiful, different, and informative.

Jack Burkimsher

Wow Such great detail, thanks programmer.

George Kougianos

AWESOME AWESOME APP This free app is better than a couple that I've paid for and the only thing needed is a UI update. This app is still the best and with a Material Design update it will stay that way.

SUNITA SHAH

Amazinging and very easy to understand

Nikota Sam

Add ware. Annoying and distracting as can be

Hank Elliott

Hate the ads Need to provide a paid version to remove ads. Uninstallling.

Mawunyo Jubilee

Smart, compared to none

Joseph Norton

Where are we I stand in the valley and look up. Precisely where am I in the big scale of things?. Oh, the sun is straight down and to my left about 30 degrees right. The galactic center is straight up, and over 10, the other side of the earth is facing out. I like it.

Paul Santo

Must Have ! I just got Lunar Phases by the same Devs. And this is the perfect add on. The widgets are extremely cool. And between the two Apps. There is more information on the Sun, Moon and Stars than you can ever want. Hooks right up to Google Earth.

Glen Pirro

Great App Full of great information and easy to use.

Zuma F

not a planetarium? some info I need to figure out yet, but there are no stars to see. not even a constellation layer over the solar system, so no idea where the planets are. nice map of new york though (huh?). u need to be online, so useless in the field. always starts (Background) at reboot-why? so I always have to kill it. update resets all settings.

Hiren Vyas

Useful Very good app.

James Hiney

One of several good apps. I recommend this and Google Sky Map and Sky and Telescopes "Tonight' s Sky". They all do pretty much the same thing, but have different approaches and appearance s. I say have all three at least if you're really into astronomy! It's a matter of personal preference, . This is a good one but requires some understanding of what the difference is between celestial equator, horizon and different map projections. This gives the "Big Picture ",the sky never changes only the horizon moves. Set magnitude to 3.5,

Max Rebos

No meteors. Very limited Very limited on astronomical events. Does not show meteor showers or comets

Sanjeev Moudgil

Nice Pretty good and accurate application..It's a real great work by developers !!

Jordan Hunter

Fantastic It doesnt get any better than this. UI is smooth and flawless, very simple to comprehend and use... Bravo!

Jesus Christ

Works great It's free and it works, what more can you ask for? You can track the sun and planets, helps if you have a telescope but if you don't and just want to learn new stuff or mess around it's still worth trying out, remember it's free!

dawn gantz

So cool Don't understand it, but it's way cool.

Rajesh Srivastava

Good for Beginners Good App for beginner's, if you are starting with sky gazing.

Peter Krywyszyn

Excellent graphices Find it very helpful.

Karthikeyan Rajaseker

Simple yet powerful astronomy app Full of awesome data

Sylvester Kumwenda

Education A good tool to relax after work with a drink with your buddies

Javier Arenas

Great App but.. It's a great app but sadly doesn't work with my KitKat device :( Needs some updates, hope soon!!

andrew kairis

For more hardcore space people I was hoping this app would let me know about things you dont need a telescope to see, like eclipses, comets and meteor showers. Sadly it appears geared much more toward those who have a telescope who can crack it out and see "venus and mars conjunction in right ascention" ads are not intrusive, app is not buggy

Karla Cristina M. Reyes

Why? This app is good but why I can't update it? When I update it, it is not update It its still the older one. Pls. fix it

Steven Fishback

Fantastic Digging the universal splendor!

Leonard Rhodes

Easy to use. Interesting & addictive.

Jim Shannon

Very good but, lacks two great features This is an excellent App for monitoring the varies positions of the planets and the moon if you have a data (Wi-Fi) connection. In contrast with Google's Sky Map, without the connection, key data is often unavailable, especially if you've completely powered off your device. Likewise, the app doesn't recalculate data as a function of ever-changing time. Not being a professional with App design, I think the missing element in the design is: no GPS. Without this GPS utilization the program is always set for your last data connection site. (This is a real drawback for those, like me, who travel in an RV within the US, and extensively in Europe an other sites such Canada.) I use the App on my Google Nexus 7 running the latest version of Android. With GPS, I'd have given this App a 6-Star for vast analytical data computation.

Michael Portuesi

Visualizations good, needs better controls and layout The various visualizations are nice, but controls need improvement, for instance pinch-zoom on overhead solar system view in place of +/- buttons. Layout is tiny and cramped, even on a 10-inch tablet screen.

Abeni Ibbotson

Amazed and appreciative! I have been waiting for an app like this. Amazing and grateful for the creators. I keep finding more things to love about it, like the information buttons on each page, and the fact I don't have to consult my ephemeris, and calendar day and night to say informed. Thank you, well done!

Hippi Kinged

One of a Kind!!! I have purchased and or downloaded most astro apps and this one is by far the best...

Peter M

Awesome

Tatyana Frost

I'm really like it

Jeremiah Stack

Amazing Why is this so amazing! I love the clock. Thank you so much for creating this app. Blah, epic .

Whit Taylor

Exquisite. But Ads are Detrimental A breathtaking achievement. This is the work of brilliant minds. Why desecrate it with ads? Let users pay a ransom to free this app from vulgar adware.

Philip Belz

Amazing Ancients in many ways were better off. They hand better access to the natural planetarium. Next best thing is to be made aware of what's up in real time. This app has done that for me.

James Hiney

One of several good apps. I recommend this and Google Sky Map and Sky and Telescopes "Tonight' s Sky". They all do pretty much the same thing, but have different approaches and appearance s. I say have all three at least if you're really into astronomy! It's a matter of personal preference, . This is a good one but requires some understanding of what the difference is between celestial equator, horizon and different map projections. This gives the "Big Picture ",the sky never changes only the horizon moves. Set magnitude to 3.5, if

bob mcintyre

Excellent. If ever it comes out in an ad-free version I'll re - install it.

Bettie Mayhem

SMOOCHES! I don't know why I didn't come to you sooner.... (I must be a Silly person)

Frans Dijkstra

Finaly an app that is a planetarium and not a 'what am I looking at' app - many thanks! Please make a pro version so I can donate a little and can get rid of the apps

Thomas Joseph Brown

Location wrong Keeps resetting location every time it's opened, makes it rather worthless in the antipodes. Looks cool other than that.

Joe Blow

Know what they are in the sky This app is awesome! I'm a software engineer myself and this just amazes me. You can actually point your phone at the sky and deduce exactly which light is which planet. Only problem I have is everytime I open the app it has my location at first, but then goes to New York. I have to go to the bookmarks and load my location. I also agree with other users. Let us buy the ad free version. One thing is forsure, we should all look up at the sky more often, and less down at our phones.

Zac Webb

Why ppl complain about ads is waaay beyond me... How do you think the app developer pays to create this free app that hes providing you??...Well ill let you in on a little secret...Ads!!!!...Get used to it called advertising never gonna change

Lucas Jones

Great app! No paid add free version. Great app, very useful and informative. Please offer a way to pay to remove the adds. Five stars when add free option is available. That goes for Lunar Phase also. Thanks!

pobon saha

Paban saha... It has need some improvement. Overall pretty good.

Господин Катсез

Incredible!!! I'm excited to use this app!!

Kiran Prasad

Planetarium Very good

Bobby Gooner

Not bad BUT... It could do with a night mode IR view so it's easy on your eyes. So when your looking through your telescope outdoors at night your not blinded by the normal app light. Also the adds need to go, can't have them flashing up any time they want. Very annoying. Over all a great app that needs very little tweaking.

somnath ganguli

Location fix Keeps on showing London. Try hard as I can but can't seem to change the location to India. Uninstalled it.

Sergio Almeida

Perfect timetables for outstanding sun/moon rises/sets Accurate and great to know exact spots for taht perfect photo!

Jonathan Hadley

Great! Planetary and solar system events are great. Good settings options. Small. Only downside is documentation, but navigable.

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