By Selznick Scientific Software, LLC
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MoonMenu displays the current phase of the moon right in your menubar!
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MoonMenu calculates lunar data for any given date between the years 1923 and 2039. Interactively explore, investigate and predict our moon's mysterious revelations right from your menu bar. Whether you're a professional or an amateur - MoonMenu is resourceful, educational and just plain fun!
The menu, when selected, reveals the following information:
✶ Automatic "blue moon" detection that actually colors the moon blue
✶ A textual description of the moon phase
✶ Illumination percentage
✶ The moon's age in days
✶ Current lunation number
✶ Farmers' Almanac names for the current lunation
✶ Upcoming quarter predictions
✶ Sun rise/set times
✶ Moon rise/set times
✶ Contained therein is a beautiful and simple interactive panel to investigate lunar data for any date.
What's New in Version 3.0.5
✶ Fixed issue with expiration if non-appstore versions of MoonMenu were installed previously. Sorry!
✶ Better defaults to expand whole window on first run.
✶ Fixed GMT offset in lunar quarter times.
Elegant and useful
Installation was simple on my MacBook Air. Clicking the icon on the dock and choosing "Yes" to run at login placed a tiny moon at upper right in the menu bar. Since the icon is now in the menu bar, I took it off the dock. Clicking it in the menu bar rolls down a very nice display that gives me the daily moon info I want. (At top left of the roll-down, there is also a click-to-open menu where you can turn "Run at login" off if you want to.)
This elegant little app works exactly as advertised. The moon phase photos are perfect! I like to see the big daily photo at the bottom of the roll-down when I first open MoonMenu, so I keep "Preferences" closed unless needed. Click the arrow or title in different sections to open or close the sections. The tiny moon icon in the menu bar shows the moon phases too! At the top of the roll-down, be sure to click "About" for definitions and a fun link to Farmers' Almanac.
This was a very nice addition to the menubar
As a Cancer, I have an affinity to always looking at the moon and always wanting to know what the current moon phases. Recently there has been many nights that have been cloudy, making me miss the moon. I don't know, but I get antsy when I can't see the moon every once in a while.
This cute little app works just wonderfully. It has great information, such as: sunrise sunset current Moon phase, etc. Not sure if it hasn't yet but I'd like to be able to see an update with lunar eclipses, solar eclipses as well. Also perhaps very unique features that only happened once in a while such as conjunctions with other planets. Maybe even when the "Supermoon" is out with Perigee & apogee.
It's nice. It does it supposed to do. And it is worth the dollar.
Had this in the 90s!
I had the original MoonMenu on my Mac, I think, way back in the 90s on my Mac SE. Maybe my memory is exagerating but it was a very long time ago. I had no idea it existed on OS X until just now. It’s great. What else can I say