iPhone and iPad apps tagged "telescope."
Scope Nights: The First 5-Night Stargazing Weather Forecast for iPhone
Egg Moon Studio today is happy to announce that their first mobile app, Scope Nights, is now available exclusively for iPhone and iPod touch. Most weather apps don't focus on night time conditions, and so Scope Nights was developed to provide a quick & easy night time weather forecast for telescope and binocular owners.
NASA Night Sky Network Partners With Distant Suns Astronomy App
First Light Design today is pleased to announce the release of version 3.3.1 of its comprehensive, award-winning Distant Suns(TM) Astronomy App for iPad and iPhone(TM). Among its new features are local, United States listings of astronomical events and activities direct from the NASA Night Sky Network and the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, up to 100% improvement in display performance, and improved imagery of its realistic displays of the night sky.
9 Incredible iOS Apps for Amateur Astronomers
Wondering which apps are best for enjoying the wonders of the night sky? Here are a few of our favorite applications for amateur astronomers.
Do you have very strong opinions about the planetary status of Pluto?
Panoramic City Views USA is Google Earth for XIX Century
Historical Society eat your heart out, the Panoramic City Views USA iPad app is by far one of the most interesting ways to travel back in time to yesteryear and experience America as it was over a 100 years ago.
StarWalk for iPad is Astronomical
StarWalk for iPad immerses you in the Solar System.
It turns an iPad into a virtual window that reveals constellations and other celestial bodies in real-time. Pinch-to-zoom elegantly focuses in on stars, planets, shooting stars or deep space.
Distant Suns 2 Puts Space in Your Pocket
Distant Suns 2: Unleash your inner astronaut -- Judging by the number of pocket planetariums and other astronomy apps in the App Store's inventory, stargazing is not just for fans of Star Wars or astronomy nerds like me.
Skies Offers Partial Information for Amateur Astronomers
It was a dark and stormy night, so it was a good thing I had Shane MCCafferty's Skies app. With just a quick glance at my trusty iPhone, I was able to see it will be a dark and stormy night at 6pm, 9pm, 12am and 6am.
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On the lookout for Free stuff? We've got schwag leftover from Macworld and we're feeling generous. All you have to do is sign up to follow us on twitter, then pay attention to the feed. Starting Thursday morning, we'll be giving stuff away once a day for as long as it lasts.
iPhone Gifts for Photographers
Geeky shutterbugs have fun finding ways to improve the iPhone's built-in camera. Whether it's going Macgyver to add a macro lens or actually opening the case to mod the iPhone for close-up photography, iPhone photogs have long sought to improve their cell phone photos.
Starmap is for Serious Stargazers Only
When I first downloaded "Starmap" from French Publisher Star-map, I was somewhat disappointed. The star charts were accurate of course, but panning around was clunky, with a low refresh rate.
Mobile Phone Telescope is a Neat, if Low-Res, Addition to the iPhone
The Mobile Phone Telescope is a nice add-on to the iPhone and the first of its kind that I've seen.
The equipment consists of two pieces - a clear plastic cover for one side of the phone, and another clear plastic cover connected to a basic telescope for the other side.
Break Lite has Great Graphics, Lacks Control
OK so looks like with Break Lite we are getting yet another copycat game – Break Lite is like Breakout. We are seeing a lot of those on the iPhone.
The first time I played Breakout was back in ’86.