Track the Moon with Deluxe Moon
XDA forum member LifewareSolutions has released an application for WVGA Windows Mobile devices to enable tracking of the moon phases and more.
Originally posted by LifewareSolutions:
- 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.
LifewareSolutions has stated that a multi-language interface is in the works and that Deluxe Moon will be available for Windows Phone 7!
Deluxe Moon is available to download for free.
For more information on the application and where to download, check out the application thread.
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