• 88 constellations with their shapes
• More than 3K real stars with description
• Solar system (8 planets + Sun + Moon)
• Realistic light, shadows and planet textures
Star Map Tracker is a stargazing augmented reality app with over 3,000 stars and constellations. This app will guide you through the majority of known stars and provide all the necessary information, such as right ascension, declination, azimuth, elevation, and more. You can utilize this data to point your telescope or simply point your device at the sky to identify stars, constellations, nebulas, galaxies, and objects within the solar system. This app serves as a star finder and augmented reality map of celestial bodies, providing real-time information about them.
Immerse yourself in a night stars safari. Find an open place, take a walk, and hold your device up to observe the night sky view. Star Map is an excellent tracker for all celestial objects, allowing you to have a sky object seeker right in your pocket.
Augmented reality view of celestial bodies
88 constellations with their shapes
Over 3,000 real stars with descriptions
Search by star/constellation name, HD, HR, HIP
Real-time position of stars/constellations in the sky
Solar system (including 9 planets, Sun, and Moon)
Realistic lighting, shadows, and planet textures
Milky Way galaxy background with precise location in space
Compass calibration using the moon, sun, or cardinal points
Access to names and information of over 3,000 stars (by default, only star information of zodiac constellations is available)
Access to 74 constellations (only 14 are available by default: 12 Zodiac constellations, Ursa Minor, and Ursa Major)
Solar system (including 9 planets; Moon and Sun are available by default)
- Speed improvements
- Latest OS support
Ratings and Reviews
i love the app and music
I want to know the name of the music and where to find it please
Don’t waste your time or money
Although the app has some visual appeal, the functionality of it is bottom of the barrel. I spent the $2.99 to get the constellations and planets, and discovered that it is useless. I was trying to help my kid point her new telescope at interesting stellar objects and with a bright full moon in the sky SEE from my house, the app showed the moon in NNW to W, and no attempt to calibrate it fixed it, the image kept jumping. The additional frustration came when not all information menus has a “back” button. I had to restart the app to back up from Earth.
So Easy User Friendly!
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- Yurii Kvasha
- 108.3 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
English, Arabic, Catalan, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- © Kvasha Software
- In-App Purchases
- Premium $2.99
- Planets $1.99
- Stars & Constellations $1.99