SkySafari App Reviews

SkySafari [Reference] App Description & Overview

What is skysafari app? SkySafari is a powerful planetarium that fits in your pocket, puts the universe at your fingertips, and is incredibly easy to use!

Simply hold your device to the sky and quickly locate planets, constellations, satellites, and millions of stars and deep sky objects. Use Augmented Reality (AR) mode to blend a simulated sky chart with a real view of your surroundings. Or toggle on OneSky to see what other observers are looking at right now.

Packed with interactive information and rich graphics, discover why SkySafari is your perfect stargazing companion under the night sky.

Here's what's new in version 7:

+ Complete support for iOS 15 and iPhone 13. Version 7 brings a new and immersive stargazing experience.

+ OneSky - allows you to see what other users are observing, in real time. This feature highlights objects in the sky chart and indicates with a number how many users are observing a particular object.

+ Sky Tonight - jump to the new Tonight section to see what’s visible in your sky tonight. Expanded information has been designed to help plan your night and includes Moon & Sun info, calendar curations, and the best positioned deep sky and solar system objects.

+ Orbit Mode - Lift off from the Earth and travel to the planets, moons and stars.

+ Guided Audio Tours - Listen to more than four hours of audio narration to learn the history, mythology, and science of the heavens.

+ Galaxy View - Visualize the 3-D location of stars and deep sky objects in our Galaxy the Milky Way.

+ Pronounce - “Yoor-a- nus”, not “Your-anus”? The pronunciation guide in SkySafari will help you learn how to correctly pronounce the names of hundreds of celestial objects from different categories such as stars, constellations and planets.

If you haven't used SkySafari before, here's what you can do with it:

+ Hold your device up, and SkySafari will find stars, constellations, planets, and more! The star chart updates automatically with your real time movements for the ultimate stargazing experience.

+ See an eclipse now, in the past or in the future! Simulate the night sky from anywhere on Earth many years in the past or in the future! Animate meteor showers, comet approaches, transits, conjunctions, and other celestial events with SkySafari’s Time Flow.

+ Locate the Sun, Moon, or Mars from our extensive database and track the arrow to be directed to their exact locations in the sky before you. See spectacular views of Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and other planets!

+ Learn about the history, mythology, and science of the heavens! Browse from hundreds of object descriptions, astronomical photographs, and NASA spacecraft images in SkySafari. Explore tons of NASA Space Missions!

+ Stay up-to-date with Sky Calendar, for all major sky events every day – miss nothing!

+ 120,000 stars; over 200 star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies; all major planets and moons, and dozens of asteroids, comets, and satellites including the International Space Station (ISS).

+ Animated meteor showers with complete viewing information & spectacular graphics.

+ Night Vision – Preserves your eyesight after dark.

+ Apple Maps Integration – Choose your location from a built-in Maps view.

+ Horizon Panoramas – choose from beautiful built-in vistas, or customize your own!

+ Advanced Search – Find objects using properties other than their name.

+ Much more!

+ Plus unlock the SkySafari Premium Subscription to access amazing features: massive deep sky database, events, curated news and articles, connected stargazing features, light pollution map and more.

For even more features, and telescope control check out SkySafari 7 Plus and SkySafari 7 Pro!

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SkySafari Customer Service, Editor Notes:

SkySafari Version 7.1.107 July 2022

This is our biggest update yet! Thank you for your continued support. + Redesigned UI for a more immersive stargazing experience. + Orbit mode and Galaxy view are now included. Travel anywhere in the solar system and view the location of objects in our galaxy. + Updated Tonight Panel with Moon/Sun Info, calendar curations, and the best positioned deep sky and solar system objects. + OneSky - allows you to see what other users are observing, in real time. + Update Minor Planet Data at any time. + Unlock SkySafari Premium Subscription to access amazing features: massive deep sky database, events, curated news and articles, connected stargazing features, access to and a light pollution map. + Much more to discover..

SkySafari Version 6.8.503 June 2021

Performance Improvements..

SkySafari Version 6.8.328 April 2021

Fixes for UI in Dark/Light modes.

SkySafari Comments & Reviews 2022

- Amazing

This APP is truly amazing. At 67 years old I have never really looked up until the pandemic has given me time to do so. I luckily just stumbled across this APP and instantly was amazed at how much is out there, how much I’ve missed all my life and how wonderful the cosmos is. I’ve found the APP simple to use. I live in town with too many city lights so I’ve focused only on stars and planets visible to the eye, the 20 brightest and found the basic information to be fascinating. The he APP tells the details such as size, distance, makeup, life span and how the object has been viewed in human history. The only flaw I experience each day is the compass. Very frequently I find the APP to be many degrees, sometimes even 180 off. Makes identifying objects difficult. I don’t know if that is due to my iPhones internal compass being off or if the APP has its own compass, but it does require recalibrating the compass by spinning it around in circles or sometimes shutting the phone down. It would be nice to know how to eliminate this issue. But, for the money, are you kidding, this APP is so amazing it’s truly incredible. Thank you to the developer!

- Too much unclear

Looks like a good app, and I was trying to decide whether to upgrade to Plus while the discount was available (or possibly even Pro)—but there are Help files that are unclear, graphic glitches with the Apollo addition, and the voice control (though I understand it’s in “progress”) doesn’t work even with the example commands listed. It’s less than clear what new features are available in the upgrade version, other than the free Apollo add-in—which I already purchased. So I don’t have enough reason (at least not enough clear reason) to upgrade, especially when I’m having trouble with features already available. I’ll definitely keep the app on my phone and use it. Perhaps it’s just me; but, regardless, if I’m already having trouble, there’s little point inviting more. All the basic features seem to work fine, and I’d still recommend the basic app for others—perhaps those who might have better luck (or even sufficient skill) to use it more effectively.


Hi!!! I’m a kid (nine years of age) but I LOVE zodiacs and constellations! I’m a prodigy, (and I know I am because I can name the zodiacs frontwards and backwards) But sky safari helps me identify what constellations are in the night. I can see Virgo (my zodiac) Cancer Scorpio Taurus Gemini Capricorn Aquarius Pisces Leo and so much more!!! I rely on sky safari but there’s one little problem that needs to be fixed. So basically I turned on all the labels and it was a little bit laggy but when I went to turn it back off, it wouldn’t turn back off because the button just disappeared. Please fix this!!! I love sky safari but I can’t use it with all these labels! Kind regards, SkySafari user

- All you need besides a telescope

This App goes with me every time I take a telescope out (which is every clear night). Whether in your own backyard or out on excursion companion, especially when installed on a mobile device with a larger display, as long as you have the built-in GPS of your device (and assuming you have some sort of signal) you can literally swing your tablet/device around and get a map of the sky. Then you can program the GoTo of your telescope, slew to either Alt/Az coordinates or RA/Dec, or just swing a pair of binoculars. The dynamic clock feature, and several features whether built in or the optional subscriptions are good for short and long term planning. The Search with a representative image with "Locate" feature is a plus for determining if you can swing your telescope to a point before you decide to try. I believe premium versions of this App integrate with the desktop version. Maybe it would also import and export lists and logs. To make best use of this App, learn about the limits of your telescope and your night sky (light pollution) so that you can set magnitude (darkness) limits for stars and other objects in the Settings. Ok maybe you'll only have 10,000 objects that are visible, but it helps with screen clutter. I also set the Milky Way, horizon and Constellation features and the display becomes aesthetically pleasing.

- A little disappointing

My initial reaction was a little disappointed. The app returns to wherever I last looked. There doesn’t seem to be an easy way to get back to the sky overhead at today’s date and time. Would be nice to have something to center on the current zenith. Also when I used the search feature the app did not have many of the objects I would have expected to be included. Many of the popular nebulae are missing. For example the horse head nebula. I tried searching for the common name and the official designation. The add-in purchase of cosmos does not appear to add those objects. If it did, I would probably purchase the add-in. Overall, I was disappointed. I have several other astronomy apps installed and this one is slightly different but at first experience, does not seem to be any better than the others. I do not own a telescope that supports “control”, so sky safari pro is not an appropriate purchase.

- Practically useless on my iPhone 8 using IOS 14.1

I’m not an astronomer. One of the main reasons I got this app was to LEARN, and the fact the phone would automatically adjust what was shown on the screen as I moved it around was a big selling point. My phone will not do this basic function. I have location services on (system does show correct location), but whether I have compass on or AR running (as shown by the blank compass and little “AR” on the screen), my phone screen is static, no matter where I point it. I can manually move the screen around, but that’s pointless because I don’t know what the heck I’m pointing at. Selecting an object on the phone is useless because I don’t know if there’s any correlation between the real world and what I’m selecting on the app. It’s been this way since I downloaded this piece of junk. This is my first attempt to get it fixed; if the developers can get it working I’ll update my review.

- Sky Safari is the GOAT

This app is so good that I keep my old sky atlas app around just for the sake of comparison. I use the two apps together as a tool to encourage others to upgrade. I tell them “Look here, I used to use this outdated app but now I cruise the skies with Sky Safari!” Once they see the difference, they are sold! If their Internet connection will bear it, they download this app on the spot. The feature suite and extras in Sky Safari are extraordinary! The display pops with vivid details and well layered information. This app is surely the Greatest Of All Time in its class.

- So much to do in the App, little overwhelming!

Incredible App, I could spend days looking at everything, between what is in the App and all of the astronomy sites connected to it! So much to it/to learn that I do find it a little overwhelming (I began with another AR App before this one which may be attributing to why?)! Personally, for me I think pop ups of “how to” info and facts which could be shut off when you felt you could remember how to do everything would be great- it’s hard to remember or make sense of everything I read when I close out of the pages that tell you how to do everything. Great App 👏🏼 you can tell a lot of hard work went into creating it. Perfect for home astronomy

- Not worth the money!

Was excited at first to try it, but was a bit of a let down once I paid the initial $2.99. Keeps trying to get you to pay even more for stuff that I thought would be included in the price I initially paid. It also doesn’t move around as you do, like apps such as SkyView do! It’s also not easy to maneuver the map and is very limited to what you can see without paying EVEN more. The plus is that when you do finally get the map to focus on what you want, there is a good amount of info on there, but but nothing that isn’t already made available for free on Google.

- Couldn’t be better!

This app is amazing! I’ve been using Star Chart for the longest time, drooling to get my hands on this. Now it’s free! However, it might be a little difficult for first time stargazers because it can have a lot of distractions. I love the voice control, it really helps free up my hands. Forty dollars is a lot for an app, but I love this so much, I think Pro will definitely be worth it. I was surprised to find that it has little to no lag even with all of the items to display. It is a high quality app and I thank Simulation Curriculum.

- I can spend hours . . .

What a app for astronomy buffs! Locate (within a reasonable proximity) that dot of light you see, find out what is known about it, follow its path, past or future, and get updates on upcoming astronomical events! I used it to observe the recent blue (accurately, Orange) super moon eclipse at totality just before dawn, knowing that since it calculates the viewing perspective from my exact location, I could get the eclipse right in the stage I wanted and know exactly where in the sky it was going to be. I like the music, too, but it can be turned off and on.

- Sky Safari

If you had a great observatory with a camera that could WiFi straight to your smartphone and you could use it to observe day or night. If you had an astronomy library that would allow you to choose a constellation, a star, a planet, or a deep sky object and learn and see what objects it contained. If you planned a star party and based on what you read in Sky and Telescope Magazine everyone would know where to look and what they were expected to find. You would have seen a little of what Sky Safari is

- Sky Safari is an excellent resource for both the beginner and veteran stargazer

First and foremost, this app is very user friendly, even for an extreme neophyte. This is an amazing app that shows your location under the celestial sphere and allows you to zoom in on any object of interest, from constellation to deep sky object, at will. You are also able to see objects of interest below the horizon in anticipation of later viewing. This app keeps track of the sky 24/7 at your location, even during the day, reminding you that the stars are still there even when the Sun is shining. This helps the beginner learn the celestial seasons with the reassurance that in six months this same invisible daytime sky will become the nighttime sky yet again. This app will send you notifications of selected sightings of predicted events such as ISS (Zarya) crossings.

- Bought pro 2 minutes later

Should have just bought pro. Did 2 minutes later and wasted $3 on this version. Bummer. excited for pro though. Make sure you compare the different versions because these is no path to upgrade. I use my phone a lot when doing public events with my astronomy club and the pro is a much better fit.

- Astrophotography go to for camera set-up.

This is my go to app to set-up my camera on a clock mechanism to do astrophotography. It helps me locate objects to photograph and to check my photos for nebulosity's. The only issue is with stars set visually to maximum magnitude 12 on the app the app only reaches out to 9.6 magnitude and photos taken with a 300mm telephoto on a CANON EOS60D "sees" well beyond that. It is still the best "search" app for photography!

- Simply Wow!!

Got a reference from an astronomy group when I accidentally spotted Mars and asked questions for it. Absolutely loved it from the day I installed it. The best part is there’s no annual subscription involved, makes sense as I am gonna use it that frequently. Just one addition that I would like to see is the visibility index, kinda recommendations that can say if a planet is visible to naked eye or needs a telescope.

- Great app..

I’ve downloaded several different star/constellation/gazing apps and I appears that this one has my heart..! It is truly a great way to spend time with your family It’s the best star finder simply because it it has the most cosomo info, everything is user friendly and has the capability to make me appear as though I am a genius. I Just downloaded it today and I’m already navigating the constellations like ima StarBoy!!!

- User Error?

I tried this app for the first time tonight and found it didn’t line up as accurately as I would have liked. I tried using Venus as a visual reference point however when I used the app overlay the apps location for Venus was different than the actual location. I could actually see both images (the real one and and labeled app one) about an inch apart. The same thing with Mars. Is this user error or app error. Over all first impression is meh but that could change if I learn if I screwed it up vs app error.

- Most amazing....EVER! Hands down.

You could spend the rest of your life exploring with skysafari6 and never have to see the same object twice. Pure GENIUS! George Jetson didn’t have it this good! NOW you really CAN tell your telescope where to go. We absolutely love all the people and products at simulation curriculum,they are so nice and Very helpful folks. THIS is what cutting edge technology...looks like. S.T.E.M. Is the future,here’s a path forward. With great respect. Dean Janson

- Change is not always good

It used to be easy to change from hours to minutes etc. now I have to press this button then another. Bye bye! Your response did not help. I’m not talking about the actual date and time. I used to have a box that I could advance the display by seconds, minutes, days, etc. that box is gone and now if I want to see what time the moon rises and where, I have no means. And sure, you put moonrise time on a different page, but it doesn’t tell me which direction to look. I’ve checked settings to see if it’s there but no.

- Sky Safari

We really enjoy this app. We have learned so much. It’s fascinating to look at the sky and identify the stars. We live in a rural area where the sky isn’t washed out by urban lights. We are going to invest in a more sophisticated telescope so that the experience of star gazing will be even better. It kind of scary though to know that the universe is so large.

- Best app in its class

Fantastic app! I’ve tried many and this is my favorite by far. You can even search for cosmic objects (stars, planets, etc.) and it will direct you to them with an arrow. This is the easiest to use star-gazing app I’ve found. An additional bonus is that it gives elaborate info on all the stars, comets, etc. my only criticism: You can’t turn off the sound.

- Great App - User friendly

I find ths very easy to use. And, if you want to change settings - you can add contellation drawings, etc. I really like the ease of rolling the date and time forward, and changing location, to see what sky will be like next month when I am on vacation somewhere else.

- Superb!

This terrific free app is designed with the serious amateur astronomer in mind. The app contains detailed star charts and a full catalog of all the celestial objects an amateur astronomer could hope to find, with detailed descriptions of these objects. I find the app to be very useful for finding deep sky objects as the charts are sufficiently detailed for star hopping. A nice touch is “tonight’s best”, which gives good ideas for objects to look for.

- VR is fantastic

VR is Fantastic, its a bit hard to hold the ipad and put buttons to take the photo(s) while composing the photo but it is do-able. My subject had to stand up on a box and I had to sit very low to compose the photo but the results are truly amazing. Suggestion: put the ‘shutter button’ somewhere easy to push or use voice commands.

- Confusing Multiple Apps

The app does work, even though the user interface is a bit outdated. There’s a lot of info available, but it’s all cramped and cluttered. There are multiple apps from this developer with the same/similar name at varying costs. Since there are warnings to choose the app version carefully and after much confusion I just went with the NiteSky app and their $9.99 subscription for a year. Your warning caused me to go with your competitor.

- Best astronomy app ever

The developer deserves 5 stars for developing such a great app and for listening to users! I'm impressed by the fact that the developer actually took time to reply and develop features that users want. I think that's what makes the app so fantastic! A huge thank you for making such a wonderful thing!

- Experienced user

I have used SkySafari Pro for many years. I use it to control three telescopes I own. This SkySafari program is more basic and is excellent for people who are more casual observers and not using telescopes. It provides a very good sky map and a wealth of information.

- Kilometers to miles

This is really an amazing app I really enjoy star gazing and this app helps me to do so but I was wondering if there’s a way to change from kilometers to miles for the distance of an object I have no idea how to read kilometers so having it changed to miles would really help. Thanks again for this amazing app!

- I can feel myself getting smarter

I’m in love with it. If you mess around with the settings you can make the experience both as scientific and as spiritual / healing as you want. In the right hands this is only a tool for good. Just get it.

- Sky safari 🙂🙂

I like the compass and how it gives altitude info and how to help your telescope track the "object".It also tells the constellation 🌌 and the dawn and dusk info.I like how AR allows you to combine the sky with special programming plus graphics which is quite cool/fun tool.

- Thanks for the clarification, Love the “pluto” background sounds

Thanks a lot for clarification. If you really liked the older app background music instead of “cricket” sound, go to Settings > Appearance & Behavior > Ambient Sounds > Pluto. This sounds is so peaceful & satisfying. Love the app & developers. Thanks a lot.

- Where is IC 434 Horsehead

One of the better star charts out there but has a few quirks. Love the AR compass feature. Was using last night latest version for about 1.5 hours and the app locked up on my iPhone 8 about 10 times. Screen gets stretched and app gets completely locked up. Have to unload and reload each time. Looking for a better app. Also IC 434 is missing from Orion.

- La Superba!

Most helpful in planning dawn and dusk Nightscape photography outings. Positioned the view to the eastern or western horizon and fast forwarded program to identify objects that will be rising or setting just before or just after the sun, at which times the light is optimal for Nightscape photography.

- Lost star catalog designations

Really bummed that this version doesn’t display various star catalog names for stars. This is really useful for those using computerized mounts without direct connection of the app to the telescope. Now I have the extra step of looking up a star via other sources to get their HIP or SAO designations for entering in to my hand controller. Used to have this capability in SS5 but not apparently in this SS6 free version. Makes me wonder whether it’s even displayed in the Pro version.

- Amazing

I live in north western Maine, one of the only places in the northeast not contaminated by light pollution. This app is amazing, the accuracy of the location of stars and constellations is dead on. It’s easy to use and GREAT for anyone interested in stargazing. Thank you!

- Get the Plus

It wasn’t very clear what’s included in each version. It took me just a few minutes to figure out the Basic are really basic. Went online to look up a feature, and found out “... This feature only supported by Plus and Pro. ...” The Basic probably should’ve been the lite/demo instead of charging people for it. And yes, I purchased the Plus.

- Doesn’t have features shown in preview

I bought the app so I find out how much of the sky I could see with my scope. In the Preview it shows screenshots of a “Scope” tab but my app does not have it. I thought maybe it’s just part of the Pro version and was going to upgrade but don’t see a way to upgrade my version 6 to version 6 pro within the app. Not very happy with my purchase since the only thing I wanted it for was to put my scope info in.

- A wonderful astronomy program

This is a great program to have in your iPhone as an assistant when you gaze at the night sky! Planets and stars are in proper placement and the zoom function is great.

- A little disappointed

The app in the store shows the safari plus app for standard. I didn’t know there was a plus edition So I bought the standard thinking I was getting the features I wanted in plus Now I can’t upgrade to plus without buying the whole app again. It’s useless to me in the version I have. Debating weather to just buy plus. But annoyed to do so. I feel I wasted $3

- Constant ads & alerts, crappy interface & not as good as free apps

Get the free app Sky View Lite instead and save yourself a couple bucks - way better functionality and doesn’t have any ads or alerts that I’ve found so far. I’m not working for that app developer, just telling you so you don’t make my mistake. No idea why this one is rated so highly - not worth even a free download.

- SkySafari AR is best Free Astronomy App

There are still many issues with Skysafari Astronomy Apps, for example SkySafari Pro, SkySafari Plus and SkySafari AR (Free) all mix small Greek letters with small Latin letters to name stars, the small Latin Letters have long ago been abandoned by IAU (International Asttonomical Union) So there is identity conflict when comparing SkySafari AR to paper star atlas.

- The compass is what I was looking for

I just wanna know where to look for the most popular areas. You should include a section with astronomers favorites stars as suggestions for beginners

- Great App!

This Is Truly A Great App. I have A Telescope And this app Is Great For It! I know if I’ll see the Moon Tonight, maybe Planets! Tonight I Saw Jupiter, my Telescope was Able to see Jupiter and It’s Moons! All Thanks To This App I Located It, This Map Also Has A Lot of Cool Facts! Amazing App Worth Getting.

- Umm I don’t know

First of all, are you kidding with the cheesy zen music? ... that you can’t turn off? This app is bs to get you to spend $4 on the real app. Don’t waste your time. Too bad the original app doesn’t work anymore.

- Sky Safari AR

I’m an amateur astronomer, using both telescopes and APPs. The Sky Safari AR is by far one of the best apps around to learn and gather more information about our Universe! Way to go what a great APP. My sincere appreciation for your outstanding job!

- Stargazing made easy

Other apps are too complicated: this is more like a point and shoot with instant results - that’s why I rate it five star.

- The Heavens just got Personal!!

How wonderful it is to finally look up at the night sky and know the heavens and constellations by name... I can finally see the forest for the trees! What a Wonderful App!

- A Must For Stargazers

This app has never let me down. I love the precision. And my son loves the alerts that tell us when the International Space Station will be flying by overhead. Amazing! 5/5

- New to Astronomy

So far, enjoying this. Wish the sky view would show the moon so I can be positive that my orientation and understanding of the stars is correct. Downloaded to star gaze with my son. He thought it was “supercool”

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- Awesome App

I Just bought my first telescope and this app is perfect for what I want.. I downloaded heaps of other apps to try before I buy and found them to be to busy and gave more information than I need. The app seems accurate & is a lot more user friendly than the others plus a lot cheaper... certainly recommend this. Well done to the developers

- My new favourite app

I tried a few star apps and this one is the best I found by a long stretch. It just works. The AR map is informative and pretty but doesn’t overdo it. Stacks of other information too including when planets rise & set in your location.

- Perfect for the Backyard Star Gazer

This App is fantastic for Star gazing! Wether your an amateur or an expert, you should download this to your phone and iPad device. Extremely accurate. 10/10 in my personal opinion.

- Telescope connecrion

I have a nexstar 4se telescope, I downloaded and installed the Sky Safari app, paid, after all success, how come there is no option in the settings menu to connect to the telescope? did i buy wrong?

- Super helpful.

Easy to use and so informative as to which star and planet you are looking at in real time from your actual location.

- My favourite app

I absolutely love this app. Staring at the night sky is my favourite past time, even more so now as I’m learning about all the constellations. Thank you to the developer!

- Stupendous app

Ever wonder what that is in the sky, this app is perfect. You can even locate heavenly bodies through the Earth.

- Compass to the stars

Love the compass feature point and shoot at the sky so you can see what your looking at!

- Too much advertising for a paid app

It works. However be prepared for a continuous onslaught of advertising for extras to a high price app for features that should be included. Charging for catalogues which are available in the public domain.

- Great program

Been playing with Program very good

- sky view

I am beginning to enjoy it but I am finding it rather confusing.


What a fantastic app it is great for viewing the sky day or night I love it, it is also my new favourite app

- Harty 69

Nice feel to this whole experience

- Sky safari

I like it it’s good far looking at the planets and constellations in the telescope

- 🥱🥱🥱

Wow it is making me sleepy

- Problems

I have to turn my phone off and on to activate the panning of the night sky.

- Great

Awesome app

- Love it

Excellent app

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- Excellent!

Très bonne application, facile d’utilisation et bien complète. La réalité augmentée est bien intéressante mais pas toujours facile à synchroniser. Mais les détails des éléments du ciel sont bien documentés.

- One little request!

This app is so intuitive and clear. If I could have one wish fulfilled, it would be to give me the option to hide the permanent top bar with time and location. In night time lighting, that thing is so darn bright, and without it, the view would be so much more immersive. Besides, I know my location!

- Perfect fun old school , with idiot proof technology.

Try it , its worth 3 bucks.

- Better options out there

Bought to track the Neowise comet but apparently i need to purchase an upgrade for that. Lame.

- Awesome program.

Easy to use app, great for quick info.

- Sky Safari is my Guide to the Cosmos

I use Safari almost daily. From planning out my night to learning about about all the amazing weird stuff up in the sky, I love it. It’s one of those apps (the only one?) that is a pure joy to use. Thanks, John

- C... De voleurs

These are thieves, I bought several options with the application and now almost everything has been unavailable since update! However, I had to buy these options and there they ask me for a subscription to have access to it!

- tres bon application

beaucoup de detail et tout ce qu il y a à savoir.

- 3etangs


- Great starter app

Tried it loved it am now going pro

- Compass

Hello there anyone knows why the compass doesn’t work it says can’t find true north or something it’s iPhone 11

- Will

My dad made this app

- Not bad but not good

The app itself is pretty decent. Shows all of the deep sly and solar system objects pretty well. The issue is when using the app, it will randomly delete objects that you were once looking at and when you try to search it again it says it doesn’t exist. All-in-all 3 stars.

- Great for astrophotography

I use this app for my astrophtography setup with my Celestron AVX mount and the ASIAIR astrocomputer. This allows controlling my telescope mount remotely using the GoTo function. It works perfectly. I also use it to prepare my nights and choose my targets. Given the sky pollution and the large obstruction of the field of view in my backyard, this allows me to scroll to the bit of sky which is visible at a given point in time. I also use it when aligning my telescope. Since Celestron is asking to point the telescope at specific named stars, I can quickly search for them and use the locate function: it draws an arrow giving you the direction to orient your phone/tablet. Very convenient when you only know some major star names.

- Family Hobby

This app works with or without a telescope. Find stars, constellations, planets and comets, etc. Accurate and precise. Informative and exploratory. Goes where we go and keeps us looking up.

- Gorgeous

Simply beautiful!

- Beautiful app, but ...

Apple Watch app installs but opens to all black screen and won’t load. Watch app would be most used by me over the iPad app.

- Lame so far

Screen isn’t movin on its own

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@nmwdesign @TaMaraPhoto3 I use SkySafari. Walk around mindlessly looking up at my phone 😂 A bit like when you're pissed 🤣

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I'll always remember u on SkySafari

Paddler #GotSymptomsStayAtHomeGetTested

@Essjayleam @DavidBflower You can get great sky apps. Some free or some a couple of quid. This screenshot was from Skysafari :)

Pratab Ali

@StargazerRob I just looked that "app" 😆. Though it might be going by the name SkySafari now. The NASA one allows you to send commands to the target satellite. Instructions to navigation, instrument activation, and onboard weapons...I totally made that up.... 😆.


@Astro_Ferg I took my skysafari back to 1 B.C. In Jerusalem to see the real Christmas star... And I still see the ISS even back then 🤣🤣🤣. Its the circled italicized i below the horizon 🤣🤣🤣

Up Here My Dear

The "Summer Triangle" has directed our attention to Jupiter and Saturn most of the year, with the star Altair still pointing the way to the fading conjuction as it all sets in the west. (image credit: SkySafari app) #ChristmasStar #HardToMiss

Jozef Kozár

@berilsirmacek Hmm ... it looks like Saturn 🪐 🤔👍 ... try to install “SkySafari” app to your smartphone, then you can try to simulate back the time when you took the photo ... but it reminds me Saturn through smartphone camera anyway ...

Glenn Auve

@joiescire @capitalweather @MatthewCappucci The SkySafari app is very useful. Looks like they officially set around 7 pm but by 5:30 they're sinking pretty low on the horizon.

Ixi Iidellikki

@Nellons_ It's ok we couldn't see shit either bc the light radiation + tree lines everywhere. The app SkySafari is fun to use, though, to see where things are.

Radames Añez

Check out SkySafari 6 Pro for Android, iOS & macOS

Rob Tilsley

@KeefBram One of the best features of SkySafari, so cool to see things from different perspectives

Møhxie🦋 -Hermaphrodite With Attitude•BTLM✊🏽

@martinbuttars @lirarandall 🏳️‍⚧️🧚🏽‍♀️If You happen to be referring to The SkySafari app image it is a generic used to reference the horizon. Dr. Randall’s photo is as She describes✨ This Boston Born Girl is in the Colorado Denver Metro Area...


A view from behind Earth of the proximity of Jupiter and Saturn these days. The planetarium app is SkySafari. @gutierrez

Glenn Auve

@capitalweather Definitely too much cloud cover where I am. The SkySafari app is helpful to know where to look


Jupiter & Saturn. [SW] Sunset, Mon, Dec 21. Jupiter’s faster orbit, brought within 0.1 degrees slower to Saturn, two planets appear as if 1 unit. The two planets haven’t been as close together since Galileo used his spyglass in 1623. #SkySafari #GreatConjunction #stargazing

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SkySafari (Version 7.1.1) Install & Download

The applications SkySafari was published in the category Reference on 2017-12-22 and was developed by Simulation Curriculum Corp. [Developer ID: 791341744]. This application file size is 579.64 MB. SkySafari - Reference app posted on 2022-07-07 current version is 7.1.1 and works well on IOS 14.1 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.simulationcurriculum.SkySafari6