- Fixed some minor layouting issues
- Added missing cities from Mexico and Central America
- Some adjustments for the new iPad Pro devices
Ratings and Reviews
Great for basic stuff and eclectic information
Handiest app there is for doing funky things like finding when and where you’ll see a crescent moon bottomed out straight down or close to straight down.
UPDATE: Once Great!
11 MAY 2019
Thank you for the reply.
Since leaving my updated review about this problem I have discovered that sometimes opening and closing the app is enough the restore notifications. However when that fails, turning off the alarm in question, turning it back on, re-selecting both the time and the tone restores notification mode.
I do not use “do not disturb” mode, so that isn’t the problem here. My other apps consistently send notifications so I don’t think it’s a problem with the settings or iPhone. It seems that when I mute a notification while the alarm is going off the app turns off future notifications. I haven’t tested this, it may only be an annoying coincidence. I gave back 2 stars because of your quick reply And I figured out how to fix it.
Alarms for sunrise and sunset no longer work. I have turned them off and back on, adjusted them (to go off one minute before the event, etc.) and changed the alarm sound; nothing works. Alarms still go off for moon rise and moon set, solar noon, and the equinoxes so I don’t think it is my iPhone being squirrelly.
Unfortunately, the sunrise and sunset alarms are most important alarms. Not having them is a huge disappointment.
This is a fantastic app — as it always has been — it works very well with the latest iPhone OS. I especially like the customizable alarms which you can set for any number of celestial events.
Keep up the good work guys!
Developer Response ,
One reason why certain alarms won't work might be that the (scheduled) "Do not disturb" mode has been turned on on your iPhone.
...in landscape orientation and when “adding a place” through finding on map. App crashes if “layer select” on bottom right of map is used. Seems there is issue with the interface between your app and the iOS map app.
...in portrait orientation attempting to adjust map settings/layers it closes the map...not the whole app like in landscape. Hope this helps you fix issue.
Developer Response ,
With the latest version you can tilt the map using the standard two-finger-swipe-up gesture.
Also, when returning to the app, it defaults to the location that was selected the last time you used the app. To go to the current location you have to explicitly tell the app to do so by tapping on the GPS symbol.
- Volker Vocking
- 56.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 Volker Voecking Software Engineering
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.