Jyotish Computer is a fully featured Vedic Astrology software for iPhone and iPad. The list of features include:
- Southern, Northern, and Eastern chart styles
- Divisional Charts up to D60
- Vimshottari (and variations) dasha periods
- Planet positions in Nakshatras
- Chara Karakas
- Tithi, Yoga, Karana, Sunrise, Sunset calculations
- Retrograde planets indicator
- Current time charts for analysing transits
- Map integration for finding geographical coordinates
- Planet display options (sanskrit, degrees, chara karaka)
Lahiri ayanamsa is used to calculate planet positions.
The application is in constant development and a lot more features are coming.
This update adds new planet display settings.
Now you can choose from 5 options:
1. English Name for planets (Su)
2. Sanskrit Name for planets (सू)
3. Show degrees (18º)
4. Show Chara Karaka (AmK)
5. Show Nakshatra number (14)
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Excatly what was needed
I was looking for a program that gave instant Chart of the Moment, and this program delivered that and more. Just set default location, and each time you open, the chart of the moment appears! Awesome. The presentation is attractive and easy on the eyes. Also has extras like the D9 chart, Nakshatras, Planetary Degrees, etc. A++
Know your charts
If you don't already know your chart, you could be misled by the charts here. Mostly they are good, but, for example, D2 chart is not a traditional Hora Chart. I will check the other Vargas charts for accuracy and report any errors.
Jyotish-Vedic astrology computer
Great app for us Jyotishis. I want to start with thanking the person who created it & encourage them to make it even better.
The downside to this app is this: It's really only good for looking at a chart (D1) & the constellations/natshatras in a general way as I found most of the divisional charts were off significantly as the minor-seeming minute off of the planetary degrees really messes things up in the divisional charts. I'm praying the maker of this app will correct the longitude/latitude to allow the seconds as I believe that is what is causing this problem.
If that is corrected & there are more features added (like more D charts), a clock like now chart (where it moves automatically without one needing to refresh it) & a longitude/latitude auto look up atlas (Maybe there is one, I couldn't get it to find the correct ones without putting it in manually which defeats the purpose of it being an on the fly thing of inputting someone's chart when I'm away from my computer) and the option to add in the outer planets if we wanted to as well as have a panchanga (I know, I'm asking for a lot here! :) )...it would be over the moon fantastic. Overall not upset I purchased it, yet a bit let down about the D chart inaccuracy, yet betting that the creator will fix this…so…if you want a nice chart maker to have with you at all times, & don't need it to be for detailed chart analysis, then you will be happy.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.