Where is the sun? How high will it be? When will it be on my balcony?
If you are a photographer, filmmaker, architect, garden/terrace/balcony owner or any other kind of sun lover, this is your app!
Use different Views depending on the information you want:
- compass view: see a top down compass with the sun positions. Use it to see the position in relation to your device heading.
- augmented reality: hold your device in the air, to see if and when the sun will shine down to you. This is great to plan your photographs, videos or your sunbathing time.
- map view: on the map, you can see the sun positions and the beam of sunlight. With a slider, you can calculate the time for the optimal sunlight angle. Of course, you can move the map around to see the effects for any desired spot.
- data view: all the detailed position data listed for any time and location.
Apple Watch Update and small bugfix
Ratings and Reviews
Sun, Moon, lights
Originally wanted a Moon app, found this has the Sun as well. Exactly what I want and has great ease of use. Then I discovered all its features, what a gold mine.
Such a great app! A videographer and photographers most valuable tool!
Compass is wrong
This app might be fine except that when I went out to use it this evening to see where the moon was going to rise, the lat/lon didn't match the compass in the iOS. That may be why the app couldn't tell me where the moon was actually going to rise, but there may be another problem, as from time to time the moon rise location slid around the compass. In addition, the time display is very crowded where the moon is relatively stable for an hour or so, so the time of the exact location is impossible to see from the compass. I dont' know whether the pro version fixes this, but if you want someone to pay for your app it seems like basic things like correct lat/lon should work in the free version.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.