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Download size5 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- location services
- data services
- phone dialer
- movement and directional sensor
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
SkyMap is an amazing planetarium for your windows phone. It enables you to point your phone at the sky and see what stars, constellations, planets or deep space objects are out there in real time. SkyMap shows the sky in 3D, like you see it at night time exposing a collection of over 110000 stars. It’s very easy to use for any viewpoint, time and location on Earth: it determines your location automatically, supports pinch to zoom for more details and provides a highly customizable map. *Free trial available New in version 2.4: - constellation names in multiple languages - show/hide constellation art in application bar Previous Versions: - Improved graphics and performance - Stars twinkle -Live tiles -Search in point to sky -3d map rendering in real time -Virtual sky is designed now with a rich set of new textures (Milky Way, constellation artwork, etc) -Ability to see the sky objects below the horizon SkyMap has a full set of features in order to help both casual stargazers and amateur astronomers to explore and locate the objects in the sky: -Realistic Milky Way image and horizon -Constellations with beautiful Johannes Hevelius’s artwork -A lot of settings (manual location, time, map customization, etc) -interactive zoom -night mode -gesture support -constellations, stars, deep space objects, planets, sun and moon information -autocomplete search function -fast loading and initialization -support for portrait and landscape orientations -map rotation mode -point to sky mode -flashlight, map orientation lock and other improvements -help page -improved sky map graphics: planet images, star colors, diffraction spikes, etc -sky object information (wikipedia integration) -new quick settings bar (star density selection, flip map) -alt/az grid -additional customizations (show/hide map layers: planets, stars, messier objects, etc) http://www.skymaponline.net Added star distance information and ecliptic.
6/22/2015Love this app. It is very helpful in finding the constellations, I'm a novice at this and I feel like a pro with this app. I have been able to help some of my grandchildren with their homework assignments,they love it too.
6/12/2015Simply and beautifully done! Exactly what I was looking for.
6/8/2015The spatial accuracy is good (a little off) and the overall quality is very good.
6/8/2015My specific phone is not capable of utilizing the left /right tracking feature but does allow the vertical (or up/down) feature. However that is only because of my phone. It is relatively simple to use and has great features besides the tracking. You can dim out the amount of stars in the virtual sky so as to match what you see for your location based on ambient light such as city light interference or places with little light interference like mountainous areas or the like. You can also have the artist overlay for the constellations or disable it. It has helped me find several planets so I could set my telescope to it. If your phone is limited like mine just know the general direction you want to view a star at and drag left or right to that area. Now move your phone up and down until the "sight or bulls eye dot" is in line with what you want. You can then touch the object on screen to get information about that star or planet. It's a real nice app. You won't be disappointed.
6/5/2015Works perfectly, my favorite app!
6/4/2015O melhor aplicativo do Windows Phone!
5/25/2015Graphics make it nice
5/24/2015Really good for finding planets that your friends think might be really bright stars. More seriously, great to have magnitude control to adjust the star tracker to what stars you can actually see. Nice to sort for different types of stellar objects. Nice to see "under the horizon" and learn what's outside of view. Only 5/10 is that application seems to not remember the calibration.