iPhemeris Astrology
iPhemeris Astrology
3.8

1.0

iPhemeris Astrology free download for Mac

iPhemeris Astrology

3.8
02 December 2019

Astrology charting and ephemeris tool.

Overview

iPhemeris is an astrology charting and ephemeris tool. Includes: natal charts, transit charts, progressions, relocation, solar return, synastry and a tabular ephemeris It covers the years 1700-2099 You'll love the cool "Sky Now" feature with its continuously updating, real-time chart of the sky for any location you specify. Customize the ephemeris display for any time and location. Use iCloud to backup and share all your iPhemeris astrology charts between all your Macs and iOS devices! Stop carrying all those books and get iPhemeris.

Astrological Chart Features
  • Natal charts
  • Transit charts
  • Progressions
  • Solar return
  • Lunar return
  • Relocation
  • Relationship charts (composite / midpoint)
  • Bi-Wheel (2 charts)
  • Tri-Wheel (3 charts)
  • Aspects: 0°, 30°, 36°, 40°, 45°, 51.4°, 60°, 72°, 80°, 90°, 108°, 120°, 135°, 150°, 160°, 165°, 180°
  • Aspect and synastry grid
  • Rectification tools: time-step charts forward and back
  • Reports: aspect grid; report of aspects; report of points; midpoints
  • House systems: Placidus, Equal, Koch, Regiomantanus, Campanus, Meridian, Morinus, Porphyry, Topocentric, Whole, Vedic, Alcabitious, Aries 0 Houses
  • "Sky Now", real-time charts update every 5 sec
  • Save hundreds of charts
  • Customize: planets, points, aspects and orbs shown on charts

What's new in iPhemeris Astrology

Version 3.8:
New:
  • Support for Dark Mode.
Fixed:
  • Chiron sometimes missing from charts.
  • Declination aspects not showing for composite.
  • Other minor improvements.

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2 iPhemeris Astrology Reviews

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Dgerzeeboy
13 July 2019

Most helpful

I'm always a little suspicious of software that doesn't offer some sort of trial period to let prospective buyers test what ther software can do. Even if it involves placing a watermark across the chart results until it's registered. It looks interesting but I'm reluctant to hand you 60 bucks for a "blind purchase."
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Version 3.7
Dgerzeeboy
13 July 2019
I'm always a little suspicious of software that doesn't offer some sort of trial period to let prospective buyers test what ther software can do. Even if it involves placing a watermark across the chart results until it's registered. It looks interesting but I'm reluctant to hand you 60 bucks for a "blind purchase."
Like (1)
Version 3.7
Dolphinboy2u
18 April 2017
I'm willing to pay $60 for a charting app, but not without a way to test a demo first, Clifford.
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Version 3.1