Dec 16, 2017 | Updated: 07:21 PM EDT

Sky Guide Astronomy App Latest Update Includes Spotting Comets, Galaxy Audiovisual Tour

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The latest update of Sky Guide Astronomy App is equipped with three new impressive features that include cinematic tours, high definition zoom, and exclusive audiovisual tour of the galaxy. An annual subscription is needed to access the new updates but users can try it for free.

According to 9 to 5 Mac, Sky Guide’s latest update has added new features that will allow users to get to know and see the galaxy in 50x high definition zoom, 50x larger catalogs, and the audiovisual series. In addition, users also use it to spot upcoming comets from the space laboratory Tiangong-2 and Earth.

Based on Sky Guide Astronomy App page in the Apple store, the new version, 6.2, is called SUPERMASSIVE. It took their lab more two years to complete the update and now it's finally available for everyone to download. As mentioned, the app features a high definition zoom that allows users to see galaxies, clusters, nebulae, and even planets in great detail.

Its 50x larger catalogs, on the other hand, allows users to discover all 114 million stars while its cinematic tours give viewers incredible tours with an audiovisual feature of the cosmos. It’s definitely a perfect app for astronomy lovers or to anyone who wants to explore the vastness of the universe.

A paid subscription is required to access it but users can try it for free for 14 days. All that needs to be done is to download the app for $2.99 and sign up for the free 2 weeks trial. Unfortunately, this app is only available for iOS users.

Additional features in this update include comets visible in the following months, history’s best comets, Mercury map with better quality of sky imagery and improved performance for the app. Sky Guide Astronomy app is a star app that allows users to see constellations, satellites, planets and more by just holding their smartphone in the sky.

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