500 - 1,000 downloads
by Latonya Jones on 01/01/2014
I paid for this app and I can't even use it. Im hurt please fix it .It could be something great...
by Wesley Loveless on 04/10/2013
Thank you !!
by Thanh Dong on 04/07/2013
Stable app. Alerts work beautifully. Would give 5 stars if had more info in notifications bar such which hour out of 24 hour day eg. (6/24)
by Wade Ryan on 15/06/2013
The fellow who designed this App is a real genius. With the correct L&L and Elevation entered into the settings, the planetary hours information is perfectly accurate. Having the ability to look at the information for various dates is well worth th
by Julian Balvin on 05/06/2013
by Inga Duncan Thornell on 18/05/2013
My fave app!
by Nancy Perkins on 21/03/2013
I had the free one, and only just upgraded to pro when a hardware issue caused me to need replacement for my Next book P7SE. It seems correct on sunrise/sunset times, checked against a lunar/solar calc app which also geolocates my position. However, a pro
by Elizabeth Marsch on 07/03/2013
The previous reviewer must not have taken location differences into account. If you know how to calculate planetary hours you will see that this app is accurate.
by Kat Lunoe on 22/02/2013
This is brilliant, useful, and the widgets are beautiful!
by A Google User on 27/09/2012
by smokeringhalo on 20/05/2012
Great Ap for determining planetary hours at a glance. I haven't found how to resize the widgets as claimed and wish there were more color schemes, styles, & sizes for the widgets ...but it's still practical for what it is.
by Nicola on 03/05/2012
Where's planet Pluto?
by Gallina on 24/04/2012
Muy buena... La recomiendo...
by Andre on 19/03/2012
When the notification bar is pulled down, the notification banner should display the planetary day and the number of the planetary hour (second hour of Venus, etc.) Tapping on the notification should also launch the app.
by ÐÐ´ÑƒÐ°Ñ€Ð´ on 12/03/2012
Just bought it and find it very useful! Some suggestions though: 1. It would be great if application could automatically open the current planetary hour when launched. At present you should make some additional clicks and scrollings. 2. It would be great