The Sun - Rise and Fall 4+

Team Lundsgård

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 801 Ratings
    • Free



Need to know when the sun goes up and down where you are right now? This application tells you that. You can also look into the future when the sun goes up and down on a certain date and at a particular location.

This app is free (and always will be).

What’s New

Version 1.9.6

* Solves issue with sun up time summary showed negative numbers for some time zones.
- Many thanks to Harold B. and John S. for reporting this issue.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
801 Ratings

801 Ratings

Southie 305 ,

It gives me hope!

When the Christmas holiday season is over and I look around at the house without decorations I look for something to boost my spirits.
Seeing a sun rise sets the mood for the day and the sun set is relaxing
Going on your app gives me the joy of seeing how much more daylight and maybe sun I will gain each day. It is fun to use and I look forward to the coming of spring and am happy to have found your app!

Yowzoe ,

Well done! Please keep developing it!

After a long time of not looking, I use your app on my phone and iPad often, especially to marvel at how many minutes I lose it stay in the fall, and gain around the vernal equinox.

Elegant presentation, a few little quibbles that I would ask you to consider:
Many of the sunset photos are not really that great. Flickr and Google photos and so many other places have amazing amazing photos – could you not change your feed?
Could you accommodate daylight savings time?
This sums up the like button does not open the App Store – “Cannot open the App Store”. Also you missed spelled “ad” as “add”.

Thanks for the free option to remove the banner ad! And thank you for an elegant, useful app!

dogadoga ,

Oops! Your app says no sunrise!

Hi, bottom line is this: I went to May 9, 2020 to see with the sunrise and sunset and your app said that the sun never came above the horizon that day. 😳

There were three dashes where there is normally a time of sunrise or sunset. I went to May 8 and that was fine - it gave the correct answer. I went to May 10th, ditto. What gives here? I need some certainty in my digital apps. Please advise. Thank you.


I had asked Siri when was the sunset time two weeks from today. (Jan. 9, 2020).

And Siri said that from today through that two-week date, the sunset was 4:43 PM. Which of course is incorrect.

I asked Siri a number of times, same problem.

So I said the heck with this - I gotta re-download that app that I used before Siri. But your app has a glitch for the date of May 9, 2020.


Weary-in-Westchester. 🙁

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