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A TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE is coming to the USA on Monday, August 21, 2017!
-Plan your eclipse viewing activities!
-Make sure YOU will be “in the path of totality” on eclipse day!
-See when the eclipse will happen for your location

VISIT THE SITE! is one of the world’s leading sites for information on the total solar eclipse that is coming to the USA on August 21, 2017. There, you’ll find tons of information, maps, links, news articles, community information – and of course, eclipse glasses!


Now, you can get the perfect companion app –! With it, you’ll be able to see whether your selected viewing location will be in the path of totality, and what time the partial and total phases of the eclipse will happen. (Those times are different for every location.)


Other apps have so much information, it’s hard to know what you’re looking at – or what it all means.
If you just want to know AM I IN THE PATH OF TOTALITY, and WHEN DOES THE ECLIPSE START, then is the app for you! And if you want to know more, we’ve included some basic eclipse information - as well as links to the site where you can find out anything you want to know.

100% AD-FREE!

NO ads, NO popups, NO clickbait, nothing but good information – even in the free version! It’s all about giving YOU the information you need to make sure you are IN THE PATH on eclipse day!


Upgrading the app gives you the ability to:

- save potential viewing locations for easy future access
- use your device’s GPS to get eclipse info for your current location. (CRITICAL on eclipse day!)


A total solar eclipse is coming to the USA!
We’ll see you… in the shadow!


What's New in Version 2.0.3

copy location coordinates to clipboard feature


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Customer Reviews

Website was good

I'm not asking for my money back because I love the content of their website and was using the information from it months ago. It was very valuable to me. I ordered glasses from them and they arrived when they should have. I was using the app at the beginning of my trip heading to a location in the path of totality. The day before the big event, I paid to upgrade the app. After the upgrade, I had nothing but problems. Mostly crashed after getting a spinning circle for a couple of minutes. When it didn't crash, one of two things consistently happened: 1) the GPS location was wrong 2)when I manually selected a place on the map in the path of totality, no matter where I selected, the app told me the duration of totality was less than one second.

I hope these guys are back for 2024. I would pay for the information on their site. I would also pay again for their app in 2024, if they let us know that they know what caused the problems in the 2017 app and have worked out a way to fix it for 2024.

Crumbled under load, not tested

Paid for the upgrade. The current location GPS pull doesn't refresh properly. Pulls the first time, and then keeps returning the same original location unless you completely close out of the app before pulling your location.

Seems everyone used the same backend API service for the astronomy calc, because most started timing out about 2 hours before totality. This app just spins, then would crash.

Honestly, I know these are one offs, but this really felt like a cash grab. If free, I would understand, but could have at least done some testing. Ended up manually checking against NASA's interactive map.


This app is absolutely incredible. I paid for the upgraded version and it was so worth it! You can place a pin for any location and it gives you incredibly detailed information about where the eclipse will be, what it will look like, precise times. It functions perfectly. But it!
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Navigation
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.0.3
  • Size: 32.0 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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