Sky Guide makes stargazing simple. Just hold it overhead to automatically find stars, constellations, planets, satellites and more. With so many fun and powerful features, there is something for all ages and experience levels!
“Close to perfect.”
“So neat. Kids would love this one.”
“It’s a dazzling piece of software…”
“Sky Guide is one of the coolest apps in the App Store…”
Apple Design Award 2014
Is it a star or the planet Mars? Knowing what's up in your night sky is now effortless with Sky Guide. Hold your iPhone or iPad up and Sky Guide automatically aligns itself to the stars above you—no setup required.
Have you ever wished you could recognize the constellations but didn't want to study those paper star charts? Sky Guide's augmented reality (AR) mode makes learning your way around the sky clear and effortless.
Whether you're in search of the constellation Virgo, the Andromeda Galaxy or the next big meteor shower, Sky Guide is jam-packed with information and rich graphics that will satisfy the most curious minds.
Voyage to the past and future with cinematic time controls. Know where the Moon will be later in the evening so you can capture that perfect photo. See what the sky looked like the moment you were born or be an eyewitness to history's greatest comets.
It's a star! It's a plane! No, it's a satellite! Sky Guide features hundreds of bright satellites for you to identify and track. You can also receive notifications whenever the International Space Station flies over your location.
Use Sky Guide anywhere—on your evening dog walk, camping trips or in the classroom. The app works with or without Wi-Fi, cellular service or GPS, so everything is at your fingertips no matter where you go.
- Huge stellar catalog: 2.5 million stars!
- Filter: X-ray the sky and explore invisible wonders.
- Red night mode: Preserve your dark-adapted eyesight.
- Notification Center Widget: At-a-glance essentials including rise and set times for the Sun, Moon and planets.
- Apple Watch: Sky Guide can send you a notification when an event is about to happen in the skies above your location, like when the International Space Station is due to fly over. You can also keep tabs on the latest solar activity or add our super-accurate Moon Complication to your Apple Watch face.
Join the millions who have discovered a more personal connection to the stars with Sky Guide. It might forever change the way you look up.
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Sky Guide Reviews (1)
Tried to mail developers a couple of times as ap won’t update for me but no response, how rude.
Mark & Clara
Thanks so much for all the planets you made me explore
Sure it would be great but can’t download tried a few times now and stops towards the end
I have really enjoyed this app. And because of this app I saw the space station like multiple times and now I know where planets a line it’s really cool this app Thank you sky guide
Happy cow song
Very good app, highly recommend. Very useful for keeping track of what’s going on in the sky. Easy to see what an object looks like in the future or past.
Nice assist to find celestial bodies when shooting with a sextant
All you need for epic star gazing experience. Fair price. Buy it!
I love this application. Downloaded sky guide to my Apple phone and iPad Pro 3rd gen. Bought the Massive addon to my iPad and wanted it also on my iPhone. Unable to download on my phone, states I already have it but keeps prompting for free trial. Please help
Star knowledge trumps all, get the app
The information is outdated. New Horizons flew past MU69 week’s ago and Humanity Star reentered the atmosphere in March. Some of the information is incorrect too. The supernova that created the pulsar Geminga was never recorded (Sky Guide refers to it as SN 347) and Alpha Centauri is not the closest star to the Sun. Some of the confirmed exoplanets should be included too, such as Proxima Centauri B as well as all of the objects in the NGC and TYC catalogues.
This app said the sun was up at midnight, worse then boiled eggs!
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Chuck Norris doesn't need a debugger, he just stares down the bug until the code confesses.
My favourite app. Love the night skies and each time I see a brighter than normal star sky guide is my go to. Did I say I love it?
kool muzix too
But please add Turkish language support. We are waiting for this for long time... Please...
Sırf bu program için i phone dan vazgeçmem .. Harika bir program.. Türkçe yapılmalı Türkçe versiyonu halen yapılmadı Türkçe versiyonu lütfen
Cok kullanisli ve bir cok program arasindan bence en iyisi fakat ne kadar ingilizce bilsem de aciklamalar bazen kafa karistirabiliyor. Ios 12 guncellemesi ile isik kirliligi haritasi ve bir cok yenilik gelmis, umarim yakinda Turkce dil destegi eklenir. 💫🌕
Make the best use of what is in your power, and take the rest as it happens.
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Sky Guide App News
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