Moon+

Category: 

Description of App: 

Moon is a perfect resource to help you learn about the moon. Moon constantly updates a panel of information that tells you everything you want to know about the moon.

  • Lunar Phase (with a beautiful corresponding picture)
  • Moonrise/Moonset
  • Lunar Illumination
  • Lunar Azimuth (where it is in the sky)
  • Lunar Altitude (angle above the horizon)
  • Distance to the moon (in miles, kilometers, feet, meters, Eiffel Towers, and Earths)
  • Phase Timeline (Shows all the major lunar events around a date)
  • Lunar Eclipse Information

Benefits over free version:Phase Timeline on iPhoneSwipe to change dateAdfree

Moon also allows you to research information about the moon at ANY date in past or in the future. You could look up what the lunar phase will be on, say, your birthday...in 10 years.

With Moon you can also schedule notifications for full or new moons so you will always be ready to handle the mysterious things that happen during full moons.

Features:

  • Constantly updated moon information for your current location or any location you choose.
  • Ability to research moon information for ANY date EVER based on your current location or any location you choose
  • Full and new moon notifications
  • Add Full/New moon dates to your calendar
  • Custom Location settings
  • No internet connection required

Please email cdvconcepts@gmail.com with any comments, suggestions, or questions.

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known

Version: 

1.3.2

Free or Paid: 

Paid

Device(s) App Was Tested On: 

iPhone

Accessibility Comments: 

Works as advertised.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling: 

All buttons are clearly labeled.

Usability: 

The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

Other Comments: 

It automatically comes on in landscape mode which startled me at first. there is honestly not much difference between this and the free version; I upgraded to the paid version because I used the free version so frequently, and it worked so well: call it a thank you upgrade.