orb3000 · Feb 15, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Deluxe Moon for Windows Phone 7

Sure you´ve heard of this nice application for Windows Mobile and Android, the next logical step was for it to be available for Windows Phone 7 too. XDA member LifewareSolutions let us know about the inclusion of a free version of Deluxe Moon, an app that combines traditional lunar themes with modern technology to bring you moon details on your screen. Depending on your location, the application shows interesting options like the current moon phase, Zodiac sign, moon rise, moon set times, and more.

Originally posted by LifewareSolutions
[WP7] Deluxe Moon: making your iPhone owning friends jealous-[U]-2011.01.26-[V]-1.2

Name: Deluxe Moon
Deluxe Moon is a beautifully crafted moon application with innovative lunar design. The application combines traditional lunar themes with modern technology to bring you the best: style, convenience of the moon in a pocket and a feature-rich interface.
Features:

• Visual picture of the moon phases and the percent of the illuminated area.
• Full names of all moon phases.
• Zodiac Sign the moon is in.
• Current moon’s age: how far along the moon is in its full cycle.
• Moonrise and moonset times for your location.
• Amount of time from moonrise and to moonset.
• Calculations for the current and other dates.
• Network independence: you can work anywhere in the world without Internet or cellular connections.
• Your current location determined by GPS or cellular network.
• You can manually set location, time, date and UTC offset.

General
– comprehensive Moon information for any date
– moonrise/zenith(nadir)/moonset times
– moonrise/moonset timers
– Moon compass
– moonrize/moonset azimuth

Continue to the application thread.


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