When we start Moon Path we're welcomed by a precise initial tutorial to introduce its many features. Of course, if you just want to see how it works you can skip it at any time.
As it's a VR app, it works along side GPS and your device camera, showing where the moon should be and what has been and what will be its predictable path through the sky. We can play with the time sliders and the calendar to see past events or predict future night orbits. When needed, we can take a screenshot with a timestamp, add the data to our agenda or pinpoint the location in Google Maps. This way, it's easy to plan a candlelight dinner with views to the full moon or prepare your tripod and reflex camera to get that dream pic of that bridge while the crescent moon seems to rise from the river. These are just a couple of ideas we've gotten reviewing the app, but it's for sure that you can come up with better projects.
Everything runs smoothly, UI is great and features are very interesting. Good job, Sylde dot net.
This app is the little sister of Sun Path, which is by far more useful as you can read at its own review. Anyway, in a nutshell, a nice app for romantic people and night photographers, or if you want to download a free yet well thought curiosity.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Nov 09, 2011