My only feedback is I’m not sure how trustworthy a ”NORTHERN lights” app can be that misspells the word Northern (on the Aurora Nowcast they spell it “Nothern”). Aggravating!
Exactly what I’ve been looking for. Thanks to everyone involved in its creation.
This! If you are a naturalist or just a science nerd, this will give you everything you need to see the lights! Just one thing, please add a glossary of terms used!!
The app has a fair number of features but I’m pretty tired of it telling me in its bright blue banner that I have a 255% chance of seeing an Aurora at noon in Southern New Hampshire. It’s probabilities are never correct.
Only thing working correctly on this app anymore is the “UPGRADE NOW” button. The aurora prediction goes from 300+% visible to a constant “UPDATING NOW” notification. Have deleted this app then reloaded it all to no avail. Now deleting it and leaving it deleted. Giving one star-only because we are not given the option of giving none at all.
When it says you have a 255% chance of seeing the northern lights on a cloudy night at 2kp you begin to question...
The app keeps saying there’s an expected kp index above 5 but every time I check the app, it never shows that. Has happened several times over the past few months. Not sure what I even paid for at this point
Right now it’s totally useless. The app crashes every time I try to check the globe to see where the Aurora might be visible.
This so works and looks great on my iPhone. I loaded it on my apple watch but it does not provide any information. The screen has empty spots where the information is supposed to go. I tried to email the developer through the iPhone app but the email function didn't work. There some good things about this app but it needs to fix these problems.
See, there you go developer cadre. Much better with the Sun again. Now, leave it alone, perfect the way it is. I have bought, used and deleted all other Aurora apps, except this one. Long time user in Alaska, thank you. 🙃