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Cannot pin my location so app is worthless
Worked well when I first got it. But somewhere along the line I lost my position information and can't pin my location now. Deleted and reloaded. Still no success. Also did an iPod reset but still not working. Thought about buying the Pro version but not until the free version works. Hope they fix it because when it worked it was a favorite of mine. Forget about support because it's all in another language.
Coughee luver on Jan 15, 2013 for Moonrise
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Love it!
I really love this app. It's simple and very pretty. Just what I was looking for :)
Angemal on Jan 3, 2013 for Moonrise
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Doesn't give times
I tried to pin my location so I could get sun and moon times and it didn't work on iphone5.
Captyft on Dec 13, 2012 for Moonrise
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Love it!
Simple and clear with great graphic!
Ettika on Nov 28, 2012 for Moonrise
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Exactly what I need!...If it worked.
It's great having an app that tells me when the next full moon will be and is also two days off! (See what I did there? I was being sarcastic? No?)
Woodfur on Nov 4, 2012 for Moonrise
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Nice looking, inaccurate. Off by one time zone.
Too bad Moonrise can't derive the correct time zone; I'm in NY (and its map's pin is correctly on my block) but it says I'm at UTC -4 (incl. Daylight Savings Time), but it should be UTC -5. Compared to the other calculations it must do, this one seems trivial, yet it creates a gross error making it unusable. The ads work great, though, so I gave it two stars. Oh, I followed the link to support and it brought me to a page (with no contact info) that included the following: The calculations for events are accurate to a few minutes of the US Naval Observatory sun and moon calendars, and it doesn't rely on large astronomical data updates, nor on-line sites. In fact, it never accesses the Internet! So that may explain it. Nice that it doesn't need Internet access, but nicer would be if it were accurate.
Bob Bala on Nov 4, 2012 for Moonrise
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