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Description

I've always liked wearing a lunar complication on my Apple Watch. There is something both visually delightful but yet also slightly geeky about it. But I was unable to find a complication that provided an astronomically accurate moon display...which just kinda bothered me. So I made Geneva Moon.

Geneva Moon seeks to provide a highly accurate, visually pleasing indication of what the moon looks like right now, right where you are. My goal was to make it so that if you look down at your wrist and then up into the sky the images you see should match.

It includes a robust set of complications for every watch face type.  

Choose between either a visually rich 'actual ' appearance or a more simplified version, to fit your own personal style.

The main display indicates the current azimuth and elevation of the moon along the horizon along with a visual indication of its phase and orientation.

Rotate the Digital Crown to shift forward and backwards through time and see how the moon will shift (tap on the screen to reset to now)

On Apple Watches equipped with a compass (Series 5) you can have Geneva Moon orient itself towards the actual moon to make it easier to locate the moon in the sky.

Thank you for considering Geneva Moon, I hope you enjoy having the moon on your wrist as much I do.

—Dave

What’s New

Version 1.1.1

- Fix an issue where the previous moon phase button wouldn't respond correctly
- Fix an alignment issue that caused the horizon view to off by one pixel

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

Ronlap ,

Needs better instructions

Yes indeed, impossible to enter + on an Apple Watch. I installed this app the day that it was announced and it was painful.

With that out of the way, the only issue is that once you install it you need to enable location tracking to get the proper realistic view for your location — and I didn’t see that documented. Unlike iPhone apps, apparently there is no automatic popup to request permission.

Kubisuro ,

Perfect with Solar Dial

I think it’s best in Simple mode on the lower left complication slot in the solar dial watch face. I had actually been quite annoyed by the lack of rotation of the built in complication a few weeks ago - so this solves it and more. The more is that I can view a photorealistic representation AND use the dial to view phases in the past and future! I’m using a Series 4 so can’t review the compass functionality.

canyonblue737 ,

Awesome, and exacting

Awesome. The existing moon complication on the Apple Watch always was “close” but never matched exactly what you saw in the sky, either the *exact* amount in sunlight nor what the visible craters and light/dark transition looked like. This is EXACT. It looks just like what you will see. It’s a small thing but sometimes 99 cents can bring an extra moment of pleasure to your day. Great job!

Information

Seller
Cross Forward Consulting, LLC
Size
3 MB
Category
Utilities
Compatibility

Requires iOS 13.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2019 Developing Perspective, LLC
Price
$1.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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