WenWM · Jul 19, 2010 at 12:00 am

Deluxe Moon Updated And Released For Android

One of the most gorgeous Application for Windows Phone seems to have made its way to Android, and now the users can know what’s up with the moon. The application was just recently released by XDA member LifewareSolutions, and keeps most of the same aspects of the Windows Phone variant.

Deluxe Moon v1.24 Release Notes

  • Touch the Moon: now you can change moon phases by sliding your finger on the Moon.
  • Added Tropical/Sidereal Zodiac option.
  • Added 24 and 12 hour time format option.
  • Moon phases are shown as seen from the northern or southern hemisphere.
  • Corrected manual location for southern hemisphere

If you want to see the moon in a new way, consider this link as your first step.


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