By Terminal Eleven LLC

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2010-12-10
  • Current Version: 3.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 80.27 MB
  • Developer: Terminal Eleven LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 6,824 Ratings


SkyView® brings stargazing to everyone. Simply point your iPhone, iPad, or iPod at the sky to identify stars, constellations, planets, satellites, and more! Over 1.7 million downloads. App Store Rewind 2011 -- Best Education App “If you've ever wanted to know what you're looking at in the night sky, this app is the perfect stargazer's companion.” – CNET "If you’ve ever been looking for a stargazing app for your iPhone, then this [is] definitely the one to get." – AppAdvice “SkyView is an Augmented Reality app that lets you see just what delights the sky has to offer.” – 148Apps Editor’s Choice You don't need to be an astronomer to find stars or constellations in the sky, just open SkyView® and let it guide you to their location and identify them. SkyView® is a beautiful and intuitive stargazing app that uses your camera to precisely spot and identify celestial objects in sky, day or night. Find all 88 constellations as they fade in and out while you scan across the sky, locate every planet in our solar system, discover distant galaxies, and witness satellite fly-bys. Features: • Simple: Point your device at the sky to identify galaxies, stars, constellations, planets, and satellites (including the ISS and Hubble) passing overhead at your location. • Sighting Events: schedule alerts for upcoming celestial events. • Apple Watch: see what objects are visible tonight and how to spot them using your Apple Watch. • Today Widget: brand new iOS 8 today widget lets you quickly see upcoming celestial events. • Night Mode: Preserve your night vision with red or green night mode filters. • Augmented Reality (AR): Use your camera to spot objects in the sky, day or night. • Sky Paths: Follow the sky track for any object to see it’s exact location in the sky on any date and time. • Comprehensive: Includes thousands of stars, planets, and satellites with thousands of interesting facts. • Time Travel: Jump to the future or the past and see the sky on different dates and times. • Social: Capture and share beautiful images with friends and family on social networks. • Mobile: WiFi is NOT required (does not require a data signal or GPS to function). Take it camping, boating, or even flying! What a fun way to teach yourself, your children, your students, or your friends about our wonderful universe!



  • Great app with one suggestion

    By I am the owl
    The app is amazing. I’m an astronomy buff but I can’t memorize every constellation. This is the best reference tool I have found. My only question is, why aren’t star clusters recognized? Pleiades is part of Taurus, but it’s still it’s one group as well. I feel like it should be labeled as Pleiades.
  • Off kilter

    By Osnab
    Something is wrong. No matter what I point my (upgraded) app to, I get star names. I can be in the living room in the day time and point my phone to a blank wall and there are stars! I’ve tried emailing support, but haven’t received a reply, so hopefully I can get help here. Oh and I’ve calibrated it a lot. Thanks!
  • Awful

    By HibsMax
    In Hawai’i looking for Mars and the ISS, and this app had me spinning. Totally inconsistent. Looking at 10 o’clock one second, then 2 o’clock the next. Up. Down. Left. Right. No consistency. May as well just point randomly and name bright objects myself.
  • Bought the pro

    By James angry man
    I had the lite app and I bought the pro, when I did that I could hear the music, but when I downloaded the pro, couldn't hear the music anymore. I tried switching songs, checked my volume, nothing... Definitely broken.
  • It's almost as good as a brick

    By QuantumSam
    I get as much utility out.of this app as I would out of a brick. IT DOES NOTHING EXCEPT PLAY ANNOYING MUSIC. The app doesn't doesn' me.the sky I'm looking at. It only shows a static image of some stars.

    By VOOD00MAN
    My phone just met a horrible fate and I went to download this app again thought I was running on the free version, and it was like, “hey dummy you done paid for the full version”. Recently I found out there are morons who think the earth is flat. I bought this app years before I heard of such ignorance. Everyone needs this app. At night there is too much light pollution and I don’t ha e an observatory. This app is amazing. I opened it during the 2018 solar eclipse and this past January during the “total lunar wolf blood lunar eclipse”. I use it to identity constellations in the north and used it to teach me the small and Big Dipper and how to use two points in the Big Dipper to find the pole star. BTW women love it when you can point out stars. It also showed me the convergence between mercury and Jupiter and that was cool.
  • Use it on a swivel chair and you’ll lose your mind!

    By okayme2
    I love this app... I could do this all day and night. And maybe there isn’t a better way to make use of your time—since you never know when the grid will crash and navigating by the stars will be a life saver! Get this and get to know the “dome of heaven”!
  • Great app

    By Spiderw1
    I love the stargazer app. I have never been interested in studying the stars before as it was too difficult to go out and then look everything up. I have learned a lot and will continue to use this app everyday. Thanks!
  • Awesome

    By Wallyxt
    This app was recommended during a meteor shower outing. It was fantastic.
  • The Best Out There!

    By Mista Julian
    This is the best app I’ve ever used relating to looking up at the night sky! What a way to study the universe. To be able to look up, point and Wala all the knowledge you'd ever want relating to the SolarSystem, constellations, galaxies planets, nebulas, etc. just right at your fingertips. Get this, if you don’t know where it is that you’re looking for this app will even point you right to it, not only that it will show you the time it hits horizon, a outline of the path it’s following, where it is any time day or night, just unbelievable. People today have this knowledge right at their fingertips. In my day we had to go to a Library or open up a encyclopedia find a book, open the book, find the section and read about it, also the knowledge was limited. This modern knowledge to be right at your fingertips is just unbelievable.