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- Find almanac events by using the internal GPS.
- Access data for 2800 cities worldwide (only available with the full version).
- Access data for a specific date (only available with the full version).
- Useful tool for outdoor activities, e.g. hunting, fishing, golf, camping and sailing.
- A mobile device with touch screen is required (the trial version requires GPS and internet access).
- Download Almanac to your phone from .
- Locates your position with an accuracy of 100 meters (see the power indicator).
- Calculates the sun´s almanac (time and date of sunrise and sunset) based on the GPS position.
- Shows the moon´s lunar phases (full moon, new moon, etc.) and direction of travel.
- Displays the data for the specific time zone as set on your phone.
- Calculates the moon´s almanac based on the GPS position (only available with the full version).
- Select city and date to view almanac data without using GPS (only available with the full version).
- Simple, effective and easy to use.
- To optimise power consumption, the GPS is deactivated as soon as your position is located (down to an accuracy of 100 meters). The GPS deactivates automatically if the GPS is only used by the Almanac app.
How to use Almanac:
- Open the app.
- Wait for the GPS to locate your position.
- Your position is updated until the desired accuracy is achieved.
A warning will appear if the GPS cannot be found. In the full version, the warning function can be disabled by deactivating the GPS. You can also set date and GPS position (select city) in the full version.
When selecting a city, the data for that specific time zone will be displayed. If you alter the date, 12:00 (noon) on the specified date will be used to calculate data. Settings can be changed by tapping the SETTINGS icon.
Are you travelling south with your caravan and do you want to ensure the awning is up and working before sunset? Then use Almanac to determine when the sun sets so you do not get caught off-guard. You can also check data en route to your destination, e.g. if you know you are going to stop for the night in Munich. Find a city close to your destination among the 2800 cities worldwide in the Almanac app.
Hunters who want to be out at first light:
Hunters are often looking to be out at the break of light, and with the DATE function, you can check when the sun rises tomorrow or next weekend.
Anglers who fish at night:
The moon provides anglers who fish at night with the best possible light, and thus they might want to know when the moon lights up the night sky. When fishing at night, it is thus vital to know the time of moonrise and moonset, and the Almanac app tells you just that.
The angler wanting to avoid full moon:
It is a common fact among anglers that a full moon makes for difficult fishing. With the Almanac app, you can identify the lunar phases, i.e. full moon, new moon or somewhere in between. The app will also tell you if the moon is heading towards a full moon or new moon. That will allow you to plan ahead
Sailing at sea:
Yachters a long way from home can easily check local times for sunrise and sunset by using the GPS function, allowing them to head for port and get ready for bed while it is still light.
Check if you can squeeze in a round of golf before sunset:
By using the app, you can easily check when the sun sets and plan your golf round accordingly.
Hiking or camping out in the wilderness:
If you are hiking in the wilderness and not really sure of what time the sun rises or sets, you can use the GPS function to pinpoint your position and check local times for sunrise and sunset.
When planning a trip, whether you are going on holiday, hunting or fishing, the Almanac app will come in handy. You can check current, as well as future, local times for sunrise and sunset in a city close to your destination. If you select city and date, information for that area will be displayed.