A minimalistic and beautiful visualization of the weather conditions and day and night cycle at your current location and thousands of global locations from Aarhus to Ushuaia.
See the path the sun will take across the sky in the AR mode: plan your photo shoots accurately or see if your next home gets enough sunlight.
Now with the new golden hour display so that you can capture that warm magical light on your photos while traveling.
The current weather is shown at the center while the weather for the next 24 hours is displayed around the solar wheel in a very natural and intuitive fashion.
In addition to the solar wheel, the sunrise and sunset times along with information about civil, nautical and astronomical twilight times are displayed as well.
All this information valuable for all outdoor activities and navigation is presented in a beautiful and easy to read user interface.
- Accurate weather forecasts both locally and globally
- Support for Celsius and Fahrenheit units and 12/24h time display
- Display local golden hour start and end times for great photography
- Alarms and notifications based on various solar events such as golden hour, sunrise, sunset, noon, midnight and twilight (astronomical, nautical, civil)
- Alarms can optionally be recurring and be set to notify you 5 minutes before the desired solar event
- Beautiful and accurate display of sunrise/sunset times along with civil, nautical and astronomical twilight times for your outdoor activities.
- Customize with your favorite locations from all-around the globe
- Use SolarWatch on your Apple Watch
- There is even a complication for the Infograph face on Apple Watch Series 4!
SolarWatch is - and always will be - free to use.
We offer extra features such alarms based on solar events and golden hour display as part of the SolarWatch Gold Subscription.
You can try SolarWatch Gold for 7 days. After the end of the trial period your iTunes account will be charged $2.99 (or the equivalent for your local currency) for each year unless you cancel your subscription before the end of the trial period. The exact price will be shown in the app in your local currency before you confirm the start of the trial period.
Your SolarWatch Gold Subscription automatically renews at the end of each year and your iTunes account will automatically be charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off at any time, by going to your iTunes & App Store Account Settings after purchase.
Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription.
Terms of Service: http://solarwat.ch/terms.html
This update improves the contrast of the Solar Wheel and fixes two rare crashes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Simple and Direct
No frivolous information that distract a half asleep mind or confronts a waking mind, with needless details.
Important? Yes. Why? Waking alone often in a strange place three nights per week, I want reliable, direct information about time, light, dark and basic weather where-ever I am sleeping, at home or in a 1,000 hotels for business — on the consultant’s highway, city-to-city and town to town.
This app delivers.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your feedback!
It’s very pretty, but I used it as one of my complications and can’t make sense of it. The graphic doesn’t appear to have anything to do with the current time i. e. It’s now 8pm on June 25 and the complication on the watch, if you were to read it like the app, would make it look like it’s the middle of the night. Maybe the complication is to read like if a watch face was superimposed on the graphic, while in the phone app and the watch app (not the complication) the current time is always straight up, like 12 o’clock or north on a compass it’s inconsistent and confusing.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the feedback and sorry that the complication let you down. The complication is meant to be read exactly the same was as in the app. It does however get stuck sometimes. It has to do with how the system interacts with the complication and depending on reasons (too low battery on the watch etc.) the system might skip requesting complication updates from Solar Watch. This is usually temporary and the complication starts working as expected in a few hours. This also seems to be more common after the app is freshly installed and stabilizes quickly. Sorry that I don't have a better solution right now (I tried). I am however working on a big complications update for watchOS 7 coming out this fall. That should fix things for good. Cheers, Engin Kurutepe.
I’m a subscriber and would like to see twilight times for upcoming dates, but the slider on the calendar view is so tiny and sensitive that it’s impossible to choose a date and then tap on a node so you can see a different time of day (ie any time other than Solar Noon). The minute you touch the screen, the date shifts. Very frustrating. Please consider putting in a real date selector. It would also be nice to choose a different alert tone other than the iOS default alert sound.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the feedback. I'm already working on improvements on the date selection in the yearly overview. The next update will make much progress on that front. Please feel free to send more feedback directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fifteen Jugglers Software UG
- 43.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.2 and watchOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
English, German, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © Fifteen Juglers Software UG
- In-App Purchases
- SolarWatch Gold $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.