SolarWatch Sunrise Sunset Time

SolarWatch Sunrise Sunset Time

By Fifteen Jugglers Software UG

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2017-02-08
  • Current Version: 1.37.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 37.48 MB
  • Developer: Fifteen Jugglers Software UG
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 15.0
Score: 4.7163
4.7163
From 3,613 Ratings

Description

A minimalistic and beautiful visualization of the weather conditions and day and night cycle at your current location and thousands of global locations from Aarhus to Ushuaia. See the path the sun will take across the sky in the AR mode: plan your photo shoots accurately or see if your next home gets enough sunlight. Now with the new golden hour display so that you can capture that warm magical light on your photos while traveling. The current weather is shown at the center while the weather for the next 24 hours is displayed around the solar wheel in a very natural and intuitive fashion. In addition to the solar wheel, the sunrise and sunset times along with information about civil, nautical and astronomical twilight times are displayed as well. All this information valuable for all outdoor activities and navigation is presented in a beautiful and easy to read user interface. - Accurate weather forecasts both locally and globally - Support for Celsius and Fahrenheit units and 12/24h time display - Display local golden hour start and end times for great photography - Alarms and notifications based on various solar events such as golden hour, sunrise, sunset, noon, midnight and twilight (astronomical, nautical, civil) - Alarms can optionally be recurring and be set to notify you 5 minutes before the desired solar event - Beautiful and accurate display of sunrise/sunset times along with civil, nautical and astronomical twilight times for your outdoor activities. - Customize with your favorite locations from all-around the globe - Use SolarWatch on your Apple Watch - There is even a complication for the Infograph face on Apple Watch Series 4! SolarWatch is - and always will be - free to use. We offer extra features such alarms based on solar events and golden hour display as part of the SolarWatch Gold Subscription. You can try SolarWatch Gold for 7 days. After the end of the trial period your iTunes account will be charged the amount shown in the app for each year unless you cancel your subscription before the end of the trial period. The exact price will be shown in the app in your local currency before you confirm the start of the trial period. Your SolarWatch Gold Subscription automatically renews at the end of each year and your iTunes account will automatically be charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off at any time, by going to your iTunes & App Store Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. Terms of Service: http://solarwat.ch/terms.html Privacy Policy: http://solarwat.ch/privacy.html

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Reviews

  • I dislike misleading apps

    1
    By 1EyeTy
    I really dislike misleading apps. This app’s free version is useless other than basically telling you sun up and sun down. All the useful features are locked for the Gold subscription. Like the mapping function and AR mode. I don’t mind that developers want to make money on their creations but at least be honest in you app description. The only things listed about the subscription plan is setting alerts for various conditions, something I would never do anyways.
  • Great app, great support!

    5
    By timl2k9
    Great functionality, extremely well written and intuitive interface. Subscription totally worth it!
  • Initially worked but…

    2
    By mavallarino
    initially it was working in conjunction with my Apple Watch. After updates I am no longer able to view complication.
  • Good, but..,

    3
    By E Fitbit
    Love the app but the widget is glitchy. Will suddenly just go blank on the Lock Screen with lines & no data. Need to delete & re-add several times before it will work again. Very annoying.
  • So helpful

    5
    By NMZia
    This app is great for knowing where the sun will be, the more complex answer to when it gets dark, and the home-screen widget is great. No notes!
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    5
    By hudson burg the first
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  • Nifty app, but not much of an alarm.

    4
    By Don't remind me
    Is there a way to make the alarm sound more alarming? I want to try to wake up with the sun, but the single tone notification doesn’t always do the trick.
  • Another Update Needed

    4
    By Wasting My Thyme
    I love this app enough to have paid for it. Unfortunately it seems like Apple’s recent update to the watch messed with the complications. There is a “Sunrise & Sunset” and also a “Sunrise/Sunset” complication. The former shows up but the font does not fit within the small circle of the complication space. The text of the time is cut off. The latter does not display at all. In the Apple Watch app on iOS it shows the complication with the sunup/sundown arrow and the time (I love this presentation), but the complication doesn’t actually show up at all on the watch itself. Hoping for a small update to fix what apparently Apple broke.
  • Setting alarm

    5
    By Luismer310
    I installed this Aplication and I need help to know how to set alarm to hear a music or other ring before sunset in my iwatch. Thanks a lot. I am glad with this app. I only need a help
  • Complication Missing After IOS 16 Update

    1
    By NewlyDisappointed2021
    Been loving this, but the complication simply disappeared for me. It says it’s installed and I can launch the app, but the complication isn’t selectable on any of the faces I’ve been using. Update 2022-09-27 The developer was kind enough to respond, and the app worked briefly again. I noticed today it no longer works correctly again. I had it set to show me sunrise/sunset, and in the middle of the day it was listing sunrise as the next event with like 1 am as the time. This is wrong all around. Not sure what’s going on, but again unusable.

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