Meteor Shower Calendar - Ad Version 4+

Christopher Wilcox

Designed for iPad

    • 2.2 • 21 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Would you like to know when the next meteor shower is? This app will display a list of upcoming meteor showers and the approximate date in which they will peak with specific details on each.
Features:
- Notification reminders to automatically notify you when the next shower is coming up!
- The upcoming sunrise or sunset time is shown at the top
- Optionally set day or night theme in the settings
- Conduct a web search within the app to read even more about each meteor shower such as its origins and many, many other details
- View details about the constellation that contains the shower's radiant and learn exactly where in the sky to watch for the shower
- See current Weather Forecast to get ready for the the upcoming conditions
- Shows the Phase of the Moon on the approximate meteor shower peak date!

Go out and enjoy looking at the sky!

FULL featured and ad supported. To remove ads and support development, please purchase the paid version of Meteor Shower Calendar. They contain the same features, just no ads in the paid version.

What’s New

Version 1.3.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Bug fixes and stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Sorzy ,

Well, it did work

It was an Okay app for what it’s for. But now, now it is horrible. There’s no information and when I click in view chart, the app just closes. Calendar is no where to be found.

App deleted.

RobinV1123 ,

I can’t see the list of Showers.

I’ve been trying to keep up with the Leonids & other showers of the winter. When I open my app I can’t see the list of showers! It is really making me crazy!! I enjoy watching with my grandchildren. How can I plan if I can’t see the list. I thought maybe I missed an update but this app hasn’t been updated for 5 years. Can you please help me??

I absolutely love this app!! I’ve been using it for years!!!

Robin

als2123567890765 ,

Ok app.

I like the simplicity of this app and how it tells you what’s meteor showers are going happen and their peak days. My complaint about the app is that every time I click on the icons within the app, it freezes the app and I have to close the whole thing out and reopen it to get it to work again. If you’re not clicking on anything, it’s a good app, but if you do, then it’s sort of a pain.

App Privacy

The developer, Christopher Wilcox, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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