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Roger Corbett
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Astromist free for a time!
      #6271085 - 12/24/13 05:15 PM

Astromist celebrated its 10th anniversary! Impressive.

Cyrille put it this way,

      "Hello, I released today the last 3.4 version on IOS.
I proud of this because Astromist has 10 years today…
A long time…."

And then the icing on the cake!

      "To celebrate this great day, This IOS version will be free from now and until the end of the Christmas period."

It's a very rich program; it does many things; many very well indeed. It's very modular and thus may not suit everyone's tastes, but even paid for, it's well worth having in one's astronomy stable.

It's a universal iOS, iPad, iPhone app. Check it out on iTunes--and download it! (More info there and on the Astromist Yahoo group.)


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Re: Astromist free for a time! new [Re: Roger Corbett]
      #6271862 - 12/25/13 09:10 AM

I still have a working Clie UX-50 with it. I use Android.

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Dwight J
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Re: Astromist free for a time! new [Re: Roger Corbett]
      #6276132 - 12/27/13 09:13 PM

Very complete app. I look forward to using it at the telescope using the improved pointing once I get some skies. I think I am really going to like it. Thank you for making this available.

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