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New version of Deluxe Moon released
Not too long ago, an app by the name of Deluxe moon was released at xda. Now xda member LifewareSolutions has released what seems like a very important update for it. In this new release, version 1.23, The long anticipated touch functionality was added. This will allow the user to change the moon phases by simply swiping the finger through the moons picture (a la HTC Album). Extra nice graphics and the ability to use it in almost all resolutions, make this app a very interesting one to have in the phones.
Deluxe Moon v1.23 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.
- Improved local languages support: now translated phrases can be longer.
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