Sunrise Sunset Professional

Sunrise Sunset Professional

By Peter Smith

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2013-09-26
  • Current Version: 2.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 2.18 MB
  • Developer: Peter Smith
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 143 Ratings


Live by the Sun! An elegant and modern solution for showing the Sunrise, Sunset, First and Last Light times for exactly where YOU are right now - not the "closest" city. The app also shows exactly how much daylight is left in the day - in a large, easy to read display - so you can plan ahead to the last ray of sunlight. It shows: • Sunrise time • Sunset time • First Light time (Dawn) • Last Light time (Twilight end) • Amount of daylight in the day • Counts down the amount of daylight left in the day until last light • At night, counts down the time left until the first light of the new day • Counts down days, hours and minutes left until the shortest and longest days • Dates of the equinox and solstice • See the Sunrise, Sunset, First and Last light times for any day in the future. • Percentage of the day or night completed. • Correctly handles Daylight Saving times. • No advertising is displayed. An indispensable tool for those who don't want to waste a moment of the day - or the night! • We wrote this app for ourselves, but love sharing it and getting your positive feedback - thank you for your great ratings and reviews :)



  • Excellent app

    By greywisdom
    Great app for keeping track of the sun
  • Simple and great

    By erClem
    Just what I need. No more, no less.
  • Great App

    By Airynose
    Easy to read. Does exactly what it says it does. Highly recommended.
  • Just What I Was Looking For

    By Jolly Roger 1
    This dev has another sunrise/sunset app, but I like the layout of this one much better. It is much easier to read the information on this app, as the information stands out better.
  • Terrible App

    By GreenCarpenter
    Claims database of locations, but you have to find it on a poorly detailed map and then press on it, if, that is, you can ever find it. Claims you can set it for future dates. But when you get there, and choose a future date, there's nothing to push to activate the future date. It's a dead-end. Plus, by copying the name sunrise sunset and its position at the head of the line, it masquerades as, and catches people looking for, the far superior Sunrise, Sunset PRO. Which I highly recommend! How do I get my money back?
  • Great

    By Not I but Christ
    Nice app very helpful. As a Seventh-Day Adventist it is helpful as I plan my day on Friday how much time I have to prepare for special time with the Lord.
  • It is almost perfect

    By Moyocoyatzin Hda
    Three suggestions to the developer: • Integration to the iPhone Calendar Application so that it's possible to see the basic information of sunrise, sunset and day light length in the info. • Alarm available to the sunrise, sun on cenit, sunset and middle of the dark hours. That will not only be nice but help those who fallow the xiuhpohuali count of time. • In the beautiful app a quick option to rate, share with friends or write to the developer.
  • None

    By Tippy two
    Does exactly what it advertises, is simple and concise.
  • Iichthus

    Does the job
  • Nice UI, not so accurate

    By jettagozoom
    Well, I guess it's accurate enough for most uses. It says the shortest day of the year was 12/17 one time, and then 12/21 the next. The astronomical formulas are probably correct, but there is a presentation bug showing bad times and dates sometimes. Anyway, there really aren't any great sunrise/sunset apps out there, but this is the best so far. Being able to dial in a date sometime in the future is great. It would be nice to know how fast the change in time for sunrise and sunset, perhaps in a graph showing deltas for the year. And last, I really like the look and layout of the data. As far as the location feature, that is nice. It would be great if one could type in the name of a city or location rather than having to find it on the maps. Providing both would be perfect.