iLuna was the very first app I created for iPhone back in 2009, and it is still the most popular and successful.
A little later I created a version for Android, and it is quite popular too, but it's missing a couple of features existing in the iPhone version. I am planning to update the Android version with the new features as soon as I can.
Currently, iLuna is displaying information about the phase of the Moon, the sign of the zodiac the Moon is in, the Moon's void-of-course status and the mansions of the Moon (iPhone version only). In the next version I am planning to add information about retrograde Mercury periods and eclipses.
Hours is the second mobile app I created, and it is the second in popularity after iLuna.
It allows the user to define planetary hours for practically any location on the Earth, and for any day. Most often you'll probably want to find out the planetary hours for your current location. To do that, simply press the 'Current' button, and the app will use GPS to define your location and then calculate the planetary hours for it. You can also select a location from a database or define some custom locations you might be interested in.
The latest versions of the app also define the essential dignities of the planets ruling the hours, using for that a traditional approach (the one described by William Lilly).
Numero Lab is a numerological calculator implementing the calculations I'm teaching in my numerology courses. The first of the courses, the introductory one, is already available: Introduction to Numerology. The Numbers and the Core.
In this Runic Oracle app I used the texts that I've written many years ago for a Runic phone line.
Unlike all my other apps, this one was properly designed by a professional designer, so I hope you'll like how it looks.
When working on the app, I tried to keep the logic as close to the traditional Runic divination as possible.
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