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Gives a daily image from NASA sources called APOD(Astronomy Picture of the Day).<br><br>Astronomy Picture of the Day, APOD features include:<br>• Submit your photos: If you think your photo is a good astronomical picture then go ahead and use the submit feature to attach the photo you clicked, which will send a email with attachment to APOD organizers, moderators.<br>• APOD is an easy and fun way to share the pod images with others.<br>• Get image with details like date, copyright owner( if any), name and description of the image.<br>• Search images based on dates.<br>• Get HD images(if available).<br>• Get notified about daily Astronomy Picture of the Day.<br><br>Please share your feedback to make our app experience better.
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I used to enjoy this first thing every morning. Now I’m disappointed more often with distorted picture like the one today. This needs to be corrected or I will probably delete the ap. Seems to me that it would be an easy fix.
A must-have app app for every wallpaper-enthusiast. We can even see the pictures from any previous day by easily browsing through the calendar. Go, download it. You won't regret it.
I agree with other reviewers who are disappointed in the way photos are distorted on a mobile device. There are glitches with the calendar too. It seems to me the app wouldn’t be that hard to fix if the developer had an interest to do so.
In addition to not displaying correct calendars (an essential element)the app dos not provide proper credits nor provide an ability to switch between portrait and landscape orientation. A simple but seriously flawed app.
The photo for the day is distorted. One can no longer slide to go back to previous day’s picture. The icons are now LARGE and cartoonish. I had deleted all other APOD apps and settled on this one as clearly the best designed, easiest to use one. Now, I’m going to have to download the others — or delete this and figure out how to reinstall the older version. Software developers should swear the Hippocratic Oath:: “First, do no harm!”
Developed by Shashank Kannam.
Astronomy Picture of the Day, APOD is ranking in Education & Reference
Last update was at Mar 09, 2017and the current version is 1.0.
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Astronomy Picture of the Day, APOD have a 27a user reviews.
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