Eclipse2017.org

Eclipse2017.org

By eclipse2017

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2017-01-26
  • Current Version: 1.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 30.51 MB
  • Developer: eclipse2017
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 49 Ratings

Description

A TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE is coming to the USA on Monday, August 21, 2017! -Plan your eclipse viewing activities! -Make sure YOU will be “in the path of totality” on eclipse day! -See when the eclipse will happen for your location VISIT THE SITE! Eclipse2017.org is one of the world’s leading sites for information on the total solar eclipse that is coming to the USA on August 21, 2017. There, you’ll find tons of information, maps, links, news articles, community information – and of course, eclipse glasses! GET THE APP! Now, you can get the perfect companion app – Eclipse2017.org! With it, you’ll be able to see whether your selected viewing location will be in the path of totality, and what time the partial and total phases of the eclipse will happen. (Those times are different for every location.) ASTRONOMY DEGREE NOT REQUIRED! Other apps have so much information, it’s hard to know what you’re looking at – or what it all means. If you just want to know AM I IN THE PATH OF TOTALITY, and WHEN DOES THE ECLIPSE START, then Eclipse2017.org is the app for you! And if you want to know more, we’ve included some basic eclipse information - as well as links to the site where you can find out anything you want to know. 100% AD-FREE! NO ads, NO popups, NO clickbait, nothing but good information – even in the free version! It’s all about giving YOU the information you need to make sure you are IN THE PATH on eclipse day! UPGRADED VERSION Upgrading the app gives you the ability to: - save potential viewing locations for easy future access - use your device’s GPS to get eclipse info for your current location. (CRITICAL on eclipse day!) LIKED THE SITE? GET THE APP! A total solar eclipse is coming to the USA! We’ll see you… in the shadow! NEVER ATTEMPT TO VIEW THE PARTIAL PHASES OF THE ECLIPSE WITHOUT PROPER EYE PROTECTION!

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Reviews

  • DO NOT GET THIS APP!!!!

    1
    By dgd1027
    This app is not free. The moment you open the app you are expected to buy many things and agree to many things. Not worth it.
  • Just don't

    1
    By Dough boy69
    Pay to enjoy app
  • What a joke!!

    1
    By Good 4 nothing's
    Where is the help?
  • Not free, don't waste your time

    1
    By Drewdove
    This app is useless as a free app, you have to pay for it to work. You can get this info for free and I hope the 💩 selling this don't make a penny.
  • Paid upgrade not worth it

    1
    By more_cowbell_65
    The free version isn't bad. You can ignore the upgrade pleas and manually pick locations to check. Paid for the upgrade so I could use GPS "live" but that feature is horrible. Once you use your local gps position, it won't ever update your location if you've moved and repeat this process. Have to force close the app and repeat to get info on your new position. Frustrating. Do yourself a favor a do all your planning at home ahead of time. Cell service may be overloaded due to crowds
  • Disappointing

    2
    By Pilgrimbill
    Only function is to calculate eclipse time at a specified location.
  • Tries to trick you

    1
    By Fleurentine
    I live very close to totality, so I want something that works with gps so I can plan out where I need to be and navigate around the increase in traffic that we'll be getting. That was one thing I initially liked about this app, and the fact that it was free was a major plus. Wrong. What you get free is the splash page, a non-interactive map, and a bunch of "Upgrade now!" spam. To get any actual use out of the app, you have to upgrade. Don't let them fool you. I don't mind in-app purchases, and I don't mind paying for a good app, but please let me know what I'm getting into up front. I don't deal with sneaky. Won't be using this app.
  • Basic

    5
    By Brittnose
    This is a basic app for this huge event. I found out where I needed to be when the totality comes through and what time it goes over. I'll probably still watch from home. This is gonna be flippin amazing!!!
  • Almost worth it

    2
    By kmp2017
    The paid upgrade to this app, which connects it to the GPS phone feature, is worthless without a cell signal. When there is no signal, it only provides the "Use the GPS" button option and provides a pretty much worthless location (as in, the last location it found). There is no option to manually input the GPS coordinates, which you can do when there is a cell signal, and thus have no way of locating yourself on the map, which was the whole point of paying for the upgrade. It does do a good job when you CAN manually input GPS coordinates, but I need this to be working in remote areas where no cell signal is available.
  • Just another low quality app

    1
    By Paw Brew
    Useless and low quality. Just one more IAP (in app purchases) junk software. It draws you in with promises of greatness for the eclipse, constantly prompts for purchasing extras. Waste of time.

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