wtorek, 4 listopada 2014

StarFinder ported to BB10 Cascades

StarFinder, formerly available for BB10 as a Qt/QtQuick application, has just been fully ported to Cascades, so now it is a fully native Cascades application, very quick and 100% smooth. It works on all devices and OS versions.

Additionally, this new version also brings the following enhancements:

  • an option to enable vibration and/or LED feedback when the phone is aimed at the right azimuth and elevation
  • Night Mode dimming the display so that it's not dazzling in darkness. Night Mode can be swiched manually on or off, or set to Auto mode controlled by the Light sensor
  • varius corrections and optimizations.

StarFinder is an application to instantly (within just a few seconds) and very easily (by simply following two indicators) locate astronomical objects (stars, constellations, galaxies, nebulae, planets, asterisms, meteor shower radiants, etc.) in the night sky. For all supported objects, StarFinder also provides a lot of their astronomical data calculated in real time (right ascension, declination, azimuth, elevation, hour angle, apparent magnitude, rise/set/transit times, distance from Earth and Sun, illumination (phase), elongation, apparent diameter, phase angle, etc.) and lots of other information.

Some screenshots:

- Full Touch devices

- BlackBerry Passport (1440x1440)

- Q10 / Q5 / Classic (720x720)

StarFinder is available in the BlackBerry World

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