posts tagged ‘Web’

3D Maps come to Photo Ephemeris Web PRO

We're delighted to announce the availability of 3D maps in Photo Ephemeris Web PRO

November Updates: Skyfire v3 for Europe, Web App polishing

A couple of updates for November. North America forecasts have been available in TPE for iOS 4.10 for a few weeks now. Next up, we're adding Europe to v3. This will be available in a forthcoming app update (4.11) which is currently in beta testing.

Cityscapes, Skylines, and Tall Buildings

We've recently added some capabilities to Photo Ephemeris Web Pro to make it much easier to plan shots which align the Sun, Moon or Galactic Center with a man-made object - typically a tall building.

Updates to

We've made a few improvements to our status page at Here are the key changes:

Early access to the upcoming 2.0 web app

If you like to stay ahead of the curve, you might be interested in checking out the upcoming 2.0 version of the TPE Web App, which we’re calling Photo Ephemeris Web.

Meteors, Milky Way, and more in Photo Ephemeris Web Pro

Today we’re releasing the 2.1 update to Photo Ephemeris Web. It includes a bunch of new features and refinements for both free and Pro users.

I just upgraded to PRO. What's next?

Congratulations! You've just upgraded to Photo Ephemeris Web Pro. What next? You have a wealth of new features at hand. This post makes a few suggestions on what to check out first.

Photo Ephemeris Web 3.0 released

Photo Ephemeris Web 3.0 is released today! The major change is that Skyfire is now available in the web app. Here are the key points:

New Status Page

We've just switched over to a shiny new status page, available at Status pages show whether services on which apps or websites depend are running correctly or not.

Events list now included in Photo Ephemeris Web 2.8

Photo Ephemeris Web 2.8 was just released today. We've added a new UI component to list out the key celestial events for the year.