Sunrise Clock +
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Worldwide Sunrise/Sunset clock with alarm. App that tells you exact sunrise, sunset and twilight. Uses highly accurate method (accuracy of about 1 arcminute within two centuries of 2000) used by U.S. Naval Observatory for calculation of sunrise/sunset/twilight.
This app is also a great tool for nature photographers.
Innovative interface with multiple daily timing views.
Monthly view for sunrise/sunset timings.
Selected quotes which mentions time are also provided for reference.
Alaram Sound Pack:
1. Alarm Clock
3. Birds Songs And Calls
4. Blade Runner
5. Cant hide remix
6. Celestial Soda Pop
7. Chariots of Fire
9. Dervish D
10. Dreaming remix
11. Falling In The Garden
12. Five Circles
14. Ku Ku
16. Songs of birds
What's New in Version 1.3
Custom Alarms added.
Great sounding Alarms Pack (In-App Purchase)
Option to remove ads (In-App Purchase)
Fixed label mistake
iOS 7 Compatibility
Could've been a lot better!
Excellent software, however the alarm functionality needs a facelift. Some days it decides not to trigger the alarm for unknown reason although it's enabled in the system. It's a good-to-have utility, however to buy it I would need it to have an alarm similar to or integrate with the iOS alarm, as well as allowing to set multiple alarms for particular azimuth degrees not just sun events. You select a preset sun event or azimuth degree, the default 0 or amount of time before or after this event, then set the alarm. Then this would become a perfect tool!
Needs a few features to be really great!
This app is great for reminding me to put up and let out livestock at the right times of the day, but there isn't a feature to repeat the alarms every day. I would pay for this app if it had that feature. Also, if it could work without me remembering to open the app. Should I have to set an alarm telling me to turn on my alarms?
Photographers refer to the hour before sunset as The Golden Hour. It is when colors are warmest and not bleached-looking by the glare of the mid-day sun. It is when there are interesting shadows.
So what were the developers thinking when they allowed a maximum of 30 minutes before sunset for setting an alarm? They allowed an hour after sunset so there is apparently no programming obstacle to doing it.
Developers, please fix this ASAP. Thanks.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Aug 07, 2013
- Version: 1.3
- Size: 26.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: AppXpress
- © 2014 AppXpress.info
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Top In-App Purchases
- Alarm Pack$0.99
- Remove Ad Banner$0.99