A new app called Constellation App has been launched to help you find celestial objects and learn about them for free.
It’s not a real constellation app yet, but it is meant to help users find celestial information quickly and easily.
You can search for stars and planets using a special keyword feature and then tap on an object’s icon to view its details, such as distance and speed.
The app’s description is pretty straightforward: “An astronomy app to help get you up to speed on the cosmos, with detailed descriptions of celestial objects, stars, planets, and the Milky Way.”
Constellation is a Google-owned company, so the company is in charge of the design, so you should be able to find the app at the very least in the Google Play store.
The company also has a website that has links to apps that will let you view and purchase information about celestial objects.
The Constellation app has a free trial for one week, but you can sign up for a full month of unlimited access at $1.99.
The full version costs $4.99 per month, so it’s not cheap, but the free trial is worth it for anyone who has never tried celestial apps before.
The $4 app is the same one you’ll find in the App Store and the Amazon app store.