Meteor Shower Calendar

Meteor Shower Calendar


Would you like to know when the next meteor shower is? This app will display a list of upcoming meteor showers and the approximate date in which they will peak with specific details on each.

Features:
- A reminder system to automatically notify you when the next shower is coming up!!
- Expandable notifications on 4.1+ devices
- Share this app with a friend on both Android and iOS
- Widget for your home screen to show the number of days until the next shower, your location's sunrise/sunset times, and the current phase of the Moon! (widgets use very little battery and don't connect to the internet)
- LockScreen widget on 4.2+ devices
- Share details about an individual meteor shower
- Choose to sort the list of meteor showers by peak, start, or ending dates
- Swipe left/right to see next/previous meteor showers when viewing the details page
- The upcoming sunrise or sunset time is shown at the top
- Enable the "Auto theme" feature and the theme will automatically change to day and night mode before and after sunrise/sunset!
- 4 color themes to choose from: Light, Dark, Daylight, and Night
- Conduct a Google Search within the app to read even more about each meteor shower such as its origins and many, many other details and share it with your friends via SMS, Email, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, or any other social network!
- View a Sky Map search to point you approximately where in the sky to look for the meteor shower when it peaks. Compatible with SkEye and beta support for Google Sky Map
- See current Weather Forecast to get ready for the the upcoming conditions
- Shows the Phase of the Moon on the approximate meteor shower peak date!

Go out and enjoy looking at the sky!

Ad supported. To remove ads and support development, please purchase the Meteor Shower Calendar Key

Permissions:
- Internet needed to show ads
- Coarse location needed to calculate sunrise/sunset time
- Automatically start at boot needed for the notification system

Recent changes:
v1.8.5
- Fixed a crash on some devices when opening the app

v1.8.4
- Fixed an error in the database (thanks to user Arthur for reporting)
- Fix for Navigation Bar height on some devices with soft navigation keys
- Layout fixes to Navigation Drawer

v1.8.2
- Quickfix for tablets that had legacy Dark/Light themes selected (Thanks for reporting!!)

v1.8.1
- Added 2015 meteor shower data
- Updated Google Play Services
- Optimized layout of widget views
- Transparent System bars (Android 4.4+)
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4.2
User ratings
2644
Installs
500,000+
Concerns
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File size
5660 kb
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About Meteor Shower Calendar
Would you like to know when the next meteor shower is? This app will display a list of upcoming meteor showers and the approximate date in which they will peak with specific details on each.

Features:
- A reminder system to automatically notify you when the next shower is coming up!!
- Expandable notifications on 4.1+ devices
- Share this app with a friend on both Android and iOS
- Widget for your home screen to show the number of days until the next shower, your location's sunrise/sunset times, and the current phase of the Moon! (widgets use very little battery and don't connect to the internet)
- LockScreen widget on 4.2+ devices
- Share details about an individual meteor shower
- Choose to sort the list of meteor showers by peak, start, or ending dates
- Swipe left/right to see next/previous meteor showers when viewing the details page
- The upcoming sunrise or sunset time is shown at the top
- Enable the "Auto theme" feature and the theme will automatically change to day and night mode before and after sunrise/sunset!
- 4 color themes to choose from: Light, Dark, Daylight, and Night
- Conduct a Google Search within the app to read even more about each meteor shower such as its origins and many, many other details and share it with your friends via SMS, Email, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, or any other social network!
- View a Sky Map search to point you approximately where in the sky to look for the meteor shower when it peaks. Compatible with SkEye and beta support for Google Sky Map
- See current Weather Forecast to get ready for the the upcoming conditions
- Shows the Phase of the Moon on the approximate meteor shower peak date!

Go out and enjoy looking at the sky!

Ad supported. To remove ads and support development, please purchase the Meteor Shower Calendar Key

Permissions:
- Internet needed to show ads
- Coarse location needed to calculate sunrise/sunset time
- Automatically start at boot needed for the notification system

Recent changes:
v1.8.5
- Fixed a crash on some devices when opening the app

v1.8.4
- Fixed an error in the database (thanks to user Arthur for reporting)
- Fix for Navigation Bar height on some devices with soft navigation keys
- Layout fixes to Navigation Drawer

v1.8.2
- Quickfix for tablets that had legacy Dark/Light themes selected (Thanks for reporting!!)

v1.8.1
- Added 2015 meteor shower data
- Updated Google Play Services
- Optimized layout of widget views
- Transparent System bars (Android 4.4+)

User reviews of Meteor Shower Calendar
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A Google User
Nov 15, 2014
Great and easy to use. An awesome app, was the first app I downloaded on my phone, and I'm still using it.
A Google User
Nov 10, 2014
ZHR Could you add the ZHR in the main screen
A Google User
Nov 5, 2014
Meteor Shower Calendar My youngest son and I love to use this app. Thank You. :-)
A Google User
Oct 18, 2014
Absolutely the very best app on my phone
A Google User
Oct 17, 2014
I love this app. The only suggestion I have is that you use, "THE STARS A NEW WAY TO SEE THEM" by H. A. Rey. It shows a better way to recognize the constellations.