The Moon: Calendar Moon Phases 4+

Vitalii Gryniuk

Designed for iPad

    • #15 in Weather
    • 4.8 • 92.4K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Moon Phases Calendar - universal lunar calendar for any Locations from 0001 to 2100 years.

Lunar calendar is one of the oldest calendars in modern society.
A lunar month can only be 29 or 30 days long. This is different than a solar based calendar, where the length is arbitrarily fixed.

Features:
- Moonrise
- Moonset
- Moon phases
- Lunar Days
- Illumination
- Distance
- Position

+Bonus:
- Sunrise
- Sunset
- Altitude
- Azimuth
- Distance

Languages:
- English
- Russian

How it use:
- View day info: tap on "Day number"
- Change year on Calendar: tap on year number


Unlock calendar subscription:
Your subscription will renew automatically each year and payment will be charged to your iTunes Account within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase.

Terms of Use:
http://gv-apps.com/TheMoonTermsOfUse.html

Privacy Policy:
http://gv-apps.com/appsPrivacyPolicy.html

What’s New

Version 4.7

- Fix bug

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
92.4K Ratings

92.4K Ratings

Caribbean Jim ,

Great moon phase tracker

Right up front it tells you what you want to know: the moon age since the last new moon, the exact time/date of the full mmon or other phase of interest, the time it rises and sets and the percentage illuminated. You can explore for other info. The calendar is accurate. The initial display is updated in real time, like the small clock on your iPhone homepage, that has the time correct up to the second. The coordinates of the moon’s are available, useful when you can’t see it, and for astrologers you have the zodiac sign and node, etc. Not quite free, it’s 99 cents to unlock the calendar, one of it’s most useful features, but you can see the calendar relative to the current date for free. Well worth it. Try it for a while, then pay $0.99 if you like it, which I did. Great app. The ads are no bother, and some are interesting, so I didn’t spring up $2.99 to be free of ads. Great app, nice ads! Update: another couple of years (2020 May), still my go-to app for moon info. 2021 Sep ditto.

JᏌyᎧ ,

The only thing that would make it better

I absolutely love this app, so much that I put it in place of my calendar app. It tells me everything I need to know about the moon’s current and upcoming phases, what constellation it’s in, even down to the nitty gritty of its exact location in the sky in real time.

The ONLY thing that would make this app better, is if the icon was dynamic, like the Calendar app’s icon. The only thing I miss about the calendar app is that I can look at it from a glance and know what the date is. This app still tells me the date if I open up the calendar within it, but I do miss the convenience of being able to look at my home screen and see on the icon what the date is. I think having the icon reflect the current date and moon phase would make this app so much better. I don’t know if that’s possible for non-official apps, but I can dream.

Overall, I highly recommend.

clambert2025 ,

One of the best out there

I love this app. I usually don’t write reviews for these things, but this is a great way to keep up with the moon phases and times.
I love how this is a simple and functional app— one to zero bugs have popped up in the long time I’ve had it. I have tried other moon trackers but this is the one I’ll stick with. It shows the phases, zodiac signs, and more which is very useful. It even has a note tool that keeps up with when you typed it and what phase the moon was in at that time. I haven’t had any problems with this app, and the Calendar feature isn’t of my greatest desires to buy. I love this app so, so much and you should definitely consider getting it.

App Privacy

The developer, Vitalii Gryniuk, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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  • Family Sharing

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