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Great app
Even more awesome developer
Juice805 on May 15, 2013 for Star Walk HD
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Great App.
Would like to be able to turn off the picture of the day feature.
Master Jedi Rich on May 15, 2013 for Star Walk HD
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Buy now
Great app. Very much worth the cost.
Marcthane on May 3, 2013 for Star Walk HD
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I would definitely download this app if your interested in stars
I would definitely download this app if your interested in stars
mm snoopy on May 3, 2013 for Star Walk HD
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Good apt would be better if it gave moon rise and set times.
Spokanenights on May 1, 2013 for Star Walk HD
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mesmerizing app
This app is so mesmerizing that I showed it to a stranger who was in the park with his son and who was very curious what I was doing moving my iPad across the night sky in the park. Within 5 minutes they when into the app store and purchased and downloaded it to their own iPhone 4S because their 7 year old son was in complete awe of what he saw on my iPad that they wanted it too :). it really is amazing. if you love the night sky, you will love this app. And if you happen to be a photography enthusiast like me, but know little about astronomy but would like to capture the milky way on your dSLR, this is the right app for you. You can quickly figure out where to aim your camera and tripod to capture it. Just imagine the photographic possibilities this app will give you with nighttime photography!. May 1, 2013 update ========== One feature I would like the author of Star Walk to implement on to a future version of this app would be the ability to capture video with the augmented reality superimposed, capturing future events and finding when and where the stars will be at a future date and time. These videos could be used off-line for power point presentations to classroom groups demonstrating a future event yet to happen...particularly in a classroom. Just my IMHO :)
Ed Galarza on May 1, 2013 for Star Walk HD
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