xmal84's Review of HoursReviewed on 9/20/19 2:07 PM
This app is really handy and does exactly what it ought to do. I use it daily and I’m happy to have something on my phone that I would otherwise use on my computer. The only way this app could be improved would be to add notifications. I would LOVE to get a notification each time the planetary hour changes.
NDWTPGH's Review of HoursReviewed on 8/30/19 1:59 PM
I would have given this 5 stars but the only issue is that the planetary times are a little off. For example, Mars hour ends, for example at 7:04 and then it has Mercury hour beginning at 7:04. Unless it measures seconds too, this gives misleading info. It's like that for all of this app's planetary times. It SHOULD be that Mars hour ends at 7:03 and Mercury begins at 7:04. I still have to use a planetary hours calculator I found online. I can continue to use this app. It's sharp and has very nice and helpful description of planets and their astrological meanings. I'll just have to start an activity 3-5 minutes into a desired hour to be sure the start time is correct. When it's all said and done, I like the app.
Diquesmom's Review of HoursReviewed on 8/30/19 1:59 PM
Please don't spend your money. App is horrible and doesn't work. I spent money to become frustrated. Majority of icons don't work and time zones are inaccurate. REFUND!!!!!!
Eastwood Cemetery's Review of HoursReviewed on 8/30/19 1:59 PM
*UPDATE BELOW* Older version: I have been using this app for sometime, but for Traditional Astrology the Planetary Day rulership starts over at sunset. So on Monday the moon rules the rising hour and the setting hour. This is a staple of all Traditional methods, perhaps an option can be added. New version: Here is an explanation of the proper calculation desired by Traditional Astrologers (via Renaissance Astrology); "get your local sunrise and sunset times from the newspaper or the US Naval Observatory. Take the time from sunrise to sunset and divide by twelve to get the length of each planetary hour for the day. Take the time from sunset to sunrise the next day and divide that by twelve for the length of each planetary hour by night. Then starting with the planet that rules the day, e.g. Saturn for Saturday, follow the Chaldean order and assign the proper planet to each planetary hour of the day and night that you have just calculated."
Jenn Zahrt's Review of HoursReviewed on 8/30/19 1:59 PM
I use this app all the time and am stoked with this new update. The added information about each planetary hour is extremely useful, but the app is still simple and easy. Thanks!
Stardude33's Review of HoursReviewed on 8/30/19 1:59 PM
Great app saves you time and effort
DGirl1010's Review of HoursReviewed on 8/30/19 1:59 PM
It would be helpful if, after choosing a country and city, you could secure it as a custom location. This doesn't appear to allow that. It would also help if it was integrated with a world map so you could select out of the way places not in the app's list, and calculate from Long/Lat off that map.
Cybra in Seattle, WA, USA's Review of HoursReviewed on 8/30/19 1:59 PM
We use this to quickly check under what influence we are beginning a new endeavor. This a very old practice, and can relate to angelic influence as well as planetary. This app worked well but only worked on my iPhone. It did not work at all on my iPad.
Kligraphy's Review of HoursReviewed on 8/30/19 1:59 PM
THis is a wonderful app and it delivers just what it says it will. The only thing I might add would be a little info as to what the data means i.e. Mars ruling=good time to be strong in a confrontation, etc.I love this app. Thank you, Alexander.
Al-Kemi's Review of HoursReviewed on 8/30/19 1:59 PM
This app is very easy to use, and works quickly and accurately. It works just fine on older IPhone OS, and I'm very happy to have it to time the work I do. When I had questions, the developer was helpful and answered quickly.