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Deluxe Moon

Price: $5.77

Rating: 2.82/5 (198 votes)

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The Moon is our closest celestial neighbor and the most prominent object in the night sky. Although the Moon is so much smaller than the Sun, it strongly affects everything on the Earth, including many aspects of your life. Not only tides and animals are affected by the Moon phases, but also they influence human emotions, relationships, blood pressure an even finances.

 

 

 

Many forms of life on Earth depend on the Moon movement. If you use a moon calendar or your Android phone to keep track of the Moon phases, you will soon discover some amazing relationships.

 

 

 

We would like to offer you Deluxe Moon - an Android application about the Moon phases. Enjoy moon phase widgets and beautifully animated zodiac circles. Touch-n-turn the Moon to change the date and moon phase. Browse moon calendar, get automatic GPS location or set any location, date, time. Look at moon azimuth, moonrise time and learn when next moon phase is. Explore moon phases and unique moon astrology on your Android phone with style.

 

 

 

Features:

 

  1. Moon phase widgets.
  2. Moon calendar with moon phases and zodiac signs.
  3. Animated Zodiac circles.
  4. Touch-n-turn the moon to change the date.
  5. Moon compass shows current moon azimuth as well as moonrise and moonset azimuths.
  6. Sidereal and tropical zodiacs along with astronomical constellations. Horoscope and moon planting tips.
  7. Phase scan tells you when the next phase will be.
  8. Automatic positioning by GPS or cellular network.
  9. Network independence: works anywhere without Internet or cellular connections.
  10. Flexibility: you can manually set location, time, date and UTC offset. Full names of all moon phases.
  11. Percent of the illuminated moon area.
  12. Moonrise and moonset times.
  13. Moon timers: amount…

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