Download size3 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- video and still capture
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- push notification service
- movement and directional sensor
- web browser component
- WVGA (480x800)
- owner identity
- music library
- photos library
- media playback
- phone dialer
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Introducing the new Oreo Skies app designed for Nokia Lumia smartphones! Celebrate the “kid within” by pointing your Lumia at the sky, no matter what time of day or night, and explore a map of stars and constellations where you can message with your friends via Facebook. If you post the most messages during a lunar cycle, you get to “own the moon” and post something for the entire Oreo Skies network to see. Tap shooting stars to unlock hidden messages and special offers. Milk's favorite cookie just went out of this world with Oreo Skies! Exclusively for Nokia Lumia
12/6/2013Great improvements to this app. Shows constellations
10/8/2013Mandatory Facebook login to share stuff does blow....but I'm bummed how it pales to even earlier versions of google skymaps when I had an android.....LOVE my Nokias I've had but this app isn't as goof as competitor's versions. sorry.
4/8/2013Fun idea and well executed
4/7/2013I think it's bull that you have to have Facebook to use app. What a waste there are people that don't use Facebook
3/31/2013Totally don't get the point.
3/26/2013Everyone has already says this, but requiring a Facebook login is ridiculous. I can't even get in to try the app since I deleted my Facebook
3/9/2013Everyone needs to calm down about the Facebook login, that's how it works, it uses Facebook. I don't care about that, BUT since I installed it, it KILLED my battery. It probably would have been okay if I blocked it from running in the background, but I just uninstalled it. I probably wouldn't really use it, anyway.
3/3/2013Agree with many others. Don't like the mandatory Facebook login so uninstalling. Seems cool though and will give it another try if login requirement is removed.