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This app was very useful in terms as knowing where the sun is going to be at a given time. I was able to use the app in order to determine the exact location of the sun. Overall very useful, thank you.
This app is very nice, except for the fsct that the sun is reading more than 10 degrees to the left than where it actually is in the sky. Other astronomy apps I use give the correct azimuth reading. There is no way the sun can be at solar noon at azimuth 163 degrees. It always is at 180, unless the app takes into consideration your street’s orientation from true north??? Not worth buying the full version until this can get resolved, if another app update wver gets pushed out, that is...
Simply the best app for sunrise, sunset, twilight, blue hour, sun position, etc. Visual and list form. Not just for photographers and solar professionals, great for birdwatchers and setting up camp! I like it so much I upgraded to the paid version even though I didn't need the extra features!
Easy install and really no set up. Great for figuring out the sun path over your house during different times of the year for landscaping planning.
This is a review of the Lite version, the full currently costs about $6 USD.The 3D Compass is a very neat toy to help locate the sun.The details of the sun position can be very useful for everything from picnicking, to hunting/fishing, to photography. The help file is a bit lacking. There are a few features on the compass not properly detailed in the file. If you're looking for app to track the sun, this will work fine.
Every time I open I have to recalibrate and it doesn’t matter how many times I do the figure 8 it just doesn’t want to point north where north is. It basically makes it useless to me (and I am not near any magnets!)
This is such a cool app! There are so many things that you can do with it. My favorite part is the 3D compass where you can tell exactly where the sun is at any time. You can even use your camera, and if you point it at the sun, it will tell you exactly where the sun is going.
As a photographer shooting outdoors, I just need to know when the sun is coming up and going down. This does that cleanly and simply. 👌🏽
Wish to make the version free
Live, street, and map view needs upgrade to full version to function. Lite version only shows dots and general proximity of the sun in the entire city. Useless unless you upgrade, but you can’t be sure how the full version works so risk is there.
Sun Surveyor Lite takes the mystery out of the sunrise, sunset and magic hours, helping photographers and filmmakers scout the best locations, plan effectively, and get the perfect shot. Solar Industry (PV) Professionals, architects, real estate agents, and gardeners will also find a wealth of empowering, interactive features. The 3D Compass and detailed Ephemeris provide a wealth of information about the largest natural light source in the galaxy: - Predict and plan for the golden hour, blue hour and every sunrise & sunset - Visualize the sun's path throughout the day or through the year Additional features: - Visual time machine - take a quick glance at the light for a day, or dial in desired compositions easily - Twilight times - civil, nautical, astronomical - Solstice and Equinox visualization - Sun shadow information - calculate the length of shadows cast by objects - Magnetic declination compensation Check out the Full Version of Sun Surveyor for more: - Live Camera View - augmented reality projections of the sun and moon paths, pinpoint the time the sun or moon will be at a particular location in the sky - Interactive Map View - plan a remote shot or PV array placement, interact with a top-down perspective of sun and moon paths and events - Street View Panoramas - 360 degree spherical panoramas with selected sun, moon and milky way events overlaid, where available - Moon Information: moon position, moonrise, moonset, moon phases, apogee, perigee, distance and a Super Moon finder - Show clients the quality and quantity of seasonal sunlight at a remote location - Understand potential shade of surroundings and discover any obstructions - Create images of the summer and winter Solstice & Equinox paths for a site - Prepare night photography shots with the Milky Way & star trail features - Offline usage (excludes Map View, Street View) - enter coordinates, save & load locations with no data connection or GPS available - Measure distance, and difference between elevations, and vertical angle differentials with the Map view - Import and export Google Earth .kmz/.kml locations