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Instructions

Shows which parts of the world are in daylight, which are in twilight, and which are in darkness. The approximate positions of the sun and moon (projected on to the Earth) are also shown.

Various locations around the world can be selected, and the date and time can be changed. For the currently selected location and the current date and time, information such as the number of daylight hours and sunrise/sunset times are shown in a information panel.

The program makes some approximations; do not rely on the results to be totally accurate, they are intended as a guide only.

See Also:
Geek Calendar Tool - Show information on various calendar systems.
Geek Clock Tool - Show various clock systems.

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Recent Update

10 Jan 2015
Daylight World Map V2.57 released - Fixes to flags and custom locations.

Announcements

Force close errors? The most common cause of the app crashing is the phone running out of memory, especially when zooming in. Some developments are planned to use memory more efficiently to help avoid this problem. In the meantime, if your phone has limited memory, try closing other apps, or is possible avoid zooming in too much!

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Recent comments

daylight world app When I put new location in, I can put in location name ok using the tablet keyboard. When I go to lat,longitude, the tablet keyboard disappears and a small numerical board appears. This puts in nos. and dots, but not the negative sign. This sign is on the same button as the neg.sign, but I have tried various means to get the neg. sign to no avail. How do I get it as everything goes East, not West.
posted 2015-01-05 by Jan iceberg Moor
On most phones it is possible to enter negative values using the software keypad, to represent "West" longitude. However, some phones do not make it easy to enter negative values. To cover this case, an additional +/- button has been added to the app.

use Gps position Would it be possible for the next update to this app collect the Gps position from my phone and use it as a user location? If not, could you please add Swindon UK, and Málaga Spain? Thanks
posted 2014-08-11 by David
The app will already use the device's current location if it could be determined.

Hammerfest Norway Will you please add Hammerfest, Norway to the cities on Daylight World Map? Thank You
posted 2014-06-10 by MarkD60
Thanks for the suggestion. Even though I am sure Hammerfest is a wonderful place, in general I tend to only add cities that are quite large or have some other significance, e.g a capital. I grant you it's in an interesting place though. I presume you must be one of Hammerfest's 10,287 inhabitants :)

JimmyA Hi. Just one question. How can I arch the night zone to cover more realistically around the globe instead of a dull semi-square feature. But other than that, very nice for Nexus 7 Android Tablet. Thank you.
posted 2014-03-20 by Jimmy
Hi Jimmy, The day and night zones are already represented realistically, the shape depends on the time of year.

Question I just downloaded this app and it is great. Wondering if there is any way to add time zones to map display? Thanks!
posted 2013-12-31 by DC
There is no way to do this currently. The easiest solution would be to have a base map which shows timezones. I'll keep an eye out.

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