Apr 14, 2017 - California-based Wobbleworks LLC has released Luminos 9.2, a free feature update to the award-winning astronomy app for iOS devices and Apple Watch. The Luminos app now includes one hundred megapixel renderings of the Earth and the Moon, with high detail bump mapping to emphasize geographic features. The app has also been augmented with new navigation controls, support for the Astro-Physics GTOCP4 mounts, and accurate models of the totality paths for solar eclipses.
Sep 01, 2016 - California-based Wobbleworks LLC today releases Luminos 9.1, the most recent free feature update to its award-winning astronomy app for iOS devices. Whether you want to admire ancient constellations, watch satellites soaring overhead, find out what that brilliant dot is on the horizon, or recreate eclipses, Luminos has what you need. Luminos now supports translucent 3D terrain, orientation modes, a 3D view of recently explored Comet 67P, and a hypothetical model of the undiscovered Planet Nine.
Jan 08, 2016 - California based Wobbleworks LLC today announces Luminos 9.0, the latest free feature update to its flagship astronomy app for iOS devices. Luminos is the award-winning, all-in-one astronomy app that goes beyond simple stargazing. The app now includes the largest star catalogs available on mobile devices, giving users up to 113 million stars to explore. Installed star catalogs can be customized with supplemental fields based on preference and available storage.
Jul 22, 2015 - Wobbleworks LLC has released Luminos 8.3, its second free feature update this year for its flagship astronomy app for iOS. Luminos is the award-winning, all-in-one astronomy app that goes beyond simple stargazing. The app now offers tracking and display of meteor showers, presented as 3D objects which can be viewed either from the ground or from orbit. Luminos also includes new ways to share and automate the control of the app.
May 08, 2015 - Wobbleworks LLC releases Luminos 8.2, a free update to its flagship astronomy app for iOS devices. Luminos brings the excitement of the universe to you with beautifully rendered views of the night sky. The app now includes the largest deep space image library of any mobile application, covering more than 13,000 entries in the most popular deep space catalogs. In addition, Luminos offers live sky charts for Apple Watch, allowing users to track satellites, planets, and stars in real time.