Time, calendar, movement of the heavenly body, place, azimuth is closely related each other.
This app has such a function related time and place as phases of the moon, rotation and revolution of the earth, latitude and longitude, compass, measure level of your iPhone itself, to say nothing of time and date.
That makes you look down upon current time and space and feel reality at first sight.
[Top of the screen]
phases of the moon (age 0 to 29)
hours (24 hr.)
minutes (60 min.)
seconds (60 sec.)
[Middle of the screen]
Year, month, day, hour, minute, day of the week, second is displayed.
The earth goes the circuit of middle of the screen in 365 days (366 days, in case of leap year).
It reproduces durations of sunshine at the season depends on the inclination of the earth's axis. (*It does not indicate time of sunrise and sunset accurately.)
The inclination of the earth's axis indicates durations of sunshine at the season.
Judged the northern or the southern hemisphere by current latitude, the graphic of the earth and the moon changes.
[Bottom of the screen]
latitude (-180 to +180, +:east, -:west)
longitude (-90 to +90, +:north, -:south)
compass (to the north)
level (axis X, axis Y of the iPhone)
Touch the screen, and you can change the background to 4 color types: "Space", "Midnight", "Twilight", and "Skyblue".
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Very simple app
Why is the clock app missing?
I just updated the clock app and now I can't find it in the App Store
Basically worthless, even for 99 cents. I'll be deleting it. Most of the text is too small to read anyways.I suppose it might be useful if I had a telescope...maybe. This should definitely not be a paid app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.