This year's project is meant to capitalize on the work of others. Your task is to review an astronomy app and tell us:

What operating systems is it for
What does it do
How much does it cost
Rating on the relevant app store as of date

Audience - beginners or expert? student or pro?

Would you recommend others in the class download it?

General Comments - Is it worth the memory/cost/time?


Evaluate it - give marks (stars-- on a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 is best ever)
for
Ease of use
Content accuracy
Cost (Value)
Relevancy to astronomy (could you use it to do better in the class
Interest

Put the name of your app here - then your name.
OSR StarFinder- Kelsey Russo
sky view 10- edgar raygoza
Sky Map 2- Max Aseremo
Stellarium- Michael Fierros
sky view 8- Herman Ostergard
Skyview 7 - Lilia Coronel
Look App - Bianca Chan
NASA App - Jose Rios
Star Chart- Georgina Trout
Sky Map - Chase Pereira
NASA App - Gregory Shirley
Astronomy Picture of the Day 2 - Linda Ramirez
SkEye-Fallon Cummings
Astronomy Picture of the Day - Adrian Villicana
Phases of the Moon - Anna Foster
SkyView 6 - Cristina Martinez
Sky view 5 - Mayra Vazquez
Sky View 4 - Alicia Waters
Sky View 3 - Victoria Alahuzos
Astronomy Facts - Lisa Duncan
Exoplanet - Tyler Zybach-DeBoer
Star Chart - Dan Combs
Star Chart - Kevin Gough
Stellarium - Jeff Adkins
SkyView - Ashley Rownd
Sky Star Finder - Justin Dabill
Sky View Free - Julia Sanabria
StarTrackerLite - Raymond Lorscheider
SkyView - Josh Kirby
NASA News - Diego Chafloque
Moon Finder - Josie Amigo
Stellarium 4 - Justin Rieger
Sky Map 3 - Matt Mucha
Curiosity - Kirstie Tabelin