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I'm a huge astronomy geek, so this app is amazing to me. It's great for studying stars and locating constellations. It's the best app I've seen so far
Lauren132435465 on Feb 14, 2013 for Star Walk
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Simply amazing
Amazing. Spectacular app for me. And for my little astronomer. Great teaching tool.
3D guy on Feb 14, 2013 for Star Walk
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The best
The amount of work and care that went into this app is just incredible. So many stars, and even the remotest of ones I click and they are still named with facts.. Just incredible. Thank you, good dev, for putting the time into making this app literally out of this world.
Jennniferrrr on Feb 13, 2013 for Star Walk
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Don't hesitate
This app is the best astronomical app out there. I've had it for years and it's my "go to" app. Consistent and timely updates and always leading edge functionality. You won't be disappointed, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
bv123 on Feb 13, 2013 for Star Walk
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This app is among the best. The design is flawless.
Craig.Radley on Feb 13, 2013 for Star Walk
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Great graphics. Have some ideas.
You asked for ideas: The screen shot for the App is what I'd line to see! The proportion of the objects should have the option to be as I see them. In your screen Shot you show a crescent moon rising and the same imagine on the app! How do I get that? Can you use the camera to adjust for ambient light? So we have the option to see what we're really looking at versus what we could see if we were out in the woods? Plot arc for heavenly bodies? I'm think satellites here, but could be anything. Would love to touch or search for an object, see its arc in the sky and have it show 15 min(?) increments when it will be visible in my location along that arc. Eg international space station. Knowing where to look and what time it will be there that night. I've got more... What do you think?
e.loves.chu on Feb 12, 2013 for Star Walk
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