def onter's Review of LuminosReviewed on 9/27/18 3:29 PM
generationgenesis's Review of LuminosReviewed on 9/18/18 3:46 AM
I really love this app there is so much information I haven’t even scratched the surface.
Jgag123's Review of LuminosReviewed on 8/23/18 3:26 AM
This app gets 2 stars because it is, when you get it to work, really cool. If I were to rate this app based on the user interface I would give it less than 1 star. Simply put, the user interface is garbage. Too hard to use and an accidental tap will focus on a star or some other object and you have spend a few minutes clearing the mistake. One of the coolest features is the motion control. Simply point your device at the sky to figure out what star you are looking for. The problem is activating the motion control. I have been poking around for about an hour, still can't remember how to find it. Maybe it's no longer part of the app? Wish I could get a refund.
benjerzy46's Review of LuminosReviewed on 7/6/18 12:20 AM
I just recently bought the app and so far so good. It has a great deal of information about hundreds of stars and other celestial bodies. There are a few things that I think could be improved on. The major one is using the calculator to find out how well you can see something. I.E how much mag you would need to see the rings of Saturn. Another thing is the lack of phone tracking with the app.Overall though I am very impressed and happy with the app.
Romeo Alpha Bravo's Review of LuminosReviewed on 6/9/18 9:36 PM
My go-to app for all of my nighttime viewing.
Cloudlet_'s Review of LuminosReviewed on 6/9/18 12:10 AM
I heard about this app from the early Liftoff Podcast episodes. The app is intuitive, well rounded, and thorough.
jovogt's Review of LuminosReviewed on 6/23/18 6:20 AM
I have studied the stars since 1963. I have used many astronomical software packages since then on Windows, Mac, and IOS platforms. This is by far the best and most complete. Its celestial presentations are stunning. The number of stars in its data base far exceed anyone’s need. And it is the easiest to take out in the field and use. Used it successfully in the northern and southern U.S., Sicily,, Sri Lanka, Tibet, Morocco, Galapagos, South Africa, and Cape Horn. I wish there was a 6th star in the rating scale. It deserves it.
TheReluctantReviewer625's Review of LuminosReviewed on 6/10/18 3:16 PM
No question. This is the best Astronomy app I've used. Very highly recommended! Well worth the price! Thank you, dev.
Corrie Ann's Review of LuminosReviewed on 5/2/18 9:53 PM
Easy to use, doesn't crash. Lots of good info.
Isaac Boswell's Review of LuminosReviewed on 5/12/18 9:12 PM
This app is crazy!!! 1000s of deep sky objects excluding NGC, over 113+ million stars, incredibly detailed views of all major objects in or solar system, ISS and satellite tracking and so much more. This truly is the best Astronomy app ever.