Aurora Forecast

Aurora Forecast


Aurora Forecast application lets you easily plan to see the Northern Lights. If you are a serious aurora watcher, plan to spend the night with Aurora Forecast application. It's time to see the Northern Lights.
Recent auroral activity and forecast data is provided by NOAA POES and Geophysical Institute at UAF.

[Features]

- Recent Auroral Activity from NOAA POES
- Aurora Forecast from Geophysical Institute
- Push Notification Alerts
- Supporting graphs
- Stunning new layout

Aurora Forecast works with Android running version 2.1 or later and all iOS running version 4.0 software or later.

[What people are saying]

"I really like this app. We live in Alaska and love it. We saw the aurora last night and it was beautiful. Thanks for creating duh a great app!!."
—Anna Schi***

"Luckily we saw a tremendous Aurora display last night in Sweden, where we learned of your App."
—Greg Ogon***

" For me it is one of my most useful and handy apps I have."
—Michael Low***

"All I was waiting for is push notification alerts!! Thank you."
-KurtVon***

"Great app! ★★★★★ I'm glad I've found this app!"
-sm0rux

"Tonight’s northern lights were incredible, thanks to solar explosions"
-Adria***

"I just love it!!!!!
-Angela ****

- Please visit us and share your photo and feedbacks.
Web : www.tinacinc.com/AuroraForecast
Twitter : @AuroraForecast
Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/AuroraFcst
Email : [email protected]

Recent changes:
[NEW features]

- Space weather
- Quick side navigation layout
- NOAA POES satelite oval images
- Real time of the sun( SOHO )
- SWPC ovation auroral forecast
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3.7
User ratings
159
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
4008 kb
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About Aurora Forecast
Aurora Forecast application lets you easily plan to see the Northern Lights. If you are a serious aurora watcher, plan to spend the night with Aurora Forecast application. It's time to see the Northern Lights.
Recent auroral activity and forecast data is provided by NOAA POES and Geophysical Institute at UAF.

[Features]

- Recent Auroral Activity from NOAA POES
- Aurora Forecast from Geophysical Institute
- Push Notification Alerts
- Supporting graphs
- Stunning new layout

Aurora Forecast works with Android running version 2.1 or later and all iOS running version 4.0 software or later.

[What people are saying]

"I really like this app. We live in Alaska and love it. We saw the aurora last night and it was beautiful. Thanks for creating duh a great app!!."
—Anna Schi***

"Luckily we saw a tremendous Aurora display last night in Sweden, where we learned of your App."
—Greg Ogon***

" For me it is one of my most useful and handy apps I have."
—Michael Low***

"All I was waiting for is push notification alerts!! Thank you."
-KurtVon***

"Great app! ★★★★★ I'm glad I've found this app!"
-sm0rux

"Tonight’s northern lights were incredible, thanks to solar explosions"
-Adria***

"I just love it!!!!!
-Angela ****

- Please visit us and share your photo and feedbacks.
Web : www.tinacinc.com/AuroraForecast
Twitter : @AuroraForecast
Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/AuroraFcst
Email : [email protected]

Recent changes:
[NEW features]

- Space weather
- Quick side navigation layout
- NOAA POES satelite oval images
- Real time of the sun( SOHO )
- SWPC ovation auroral forecast

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A Google User
May 8, 2014
Sux Not a good app.
A Google User
Mar 2, 2014
no forecast but useful images forecast doesn't load on Asus Transformer Prime.
A Google User
Feb 24, 2014
Like it a lot Really handy app. A lot of useful information in one place. Love the alerts. Not sure where the info for the predictions come from though. They're often different to the NOAA website.
A Google User
Feb 23, 2014
Perfect Use it a lot.
A Google User
Feb 19, 2014
Good concept It's a good concept, however it is almost always wrong :(