Golden Lite is the baby brother of our full Golden Hour application.
** IMPORTANT: If you are getting any crashes, PLEASE report them directly to us so we can help you. *****
The Golden Hour is a magical time of day for photography and now you can keep track of it wherever you are in the world with our comprehensive and easy to use iPhone, iPad and iPod touch application that finally consigns boring lists of sunrise and sunset times to the trash.
The web version of the Golden Hour was voted cool site of the day by America's Digital Goddess and has been featured by Canon Europe, PC World and a host of forums and blogs around the world. Now available for the iPhone and more detailed than ever.
This application does not need access to the internet and is therefore great for iPod touch owners as well.
** PLEASE NOTE, this feature list is for the LITE version **
World Sun Clock display showing more detail than a simple day-night terminator. We colour code regions for the golden hour, twilight and more. Tap the map to set a new location or double tap to bring up options.
Sun Azimuth and Elevation display, find exactly where the sun will be in the sky for any time of day. Double tap for optional current time reset.
Golden Hour display, the same great graph that our website users will be familiar with, this tab shows the altitude of the sun throughout the 24 hours of the current day with markers for Sunrise, Sunset and the Golden Hour.
** The full version of the application has much more functionality on this screen allowing you to change dates and see comprehensive information **
Our location finder allows you to drill down through our comprehensive database of over 50,000 carefully selected locations from every country in the world. Every country or territory has a full colour flag and a fully indexed and searchable list of locations. For each location we display the latitude and longitude plus other useful information such as approximate population and Olsen Timezone.
Features a complete years worth of the amazing NASA blue marble satellite images of earth - see how winter and summer transform our planet as the snow comes and goes as the months roll by.
Ever wondered where "First Rock" is? Improve your geographic knowledge and have a laugh at the same time by trying to find the most improbably named places on earth. Our favourite so far is "Breakwind Ridge".
Calculations and Accuracy
This lite version uses the same high precision calculations as the full version.