Moon Phase Diet Calendar

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Moon Phase Diet Calendar
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Version: 1.2.4
Upload Date: 23 Dec 13
Developer: Mobile.delights
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 27
Size: 1787 Kb

Rating: 0.0/5 (Total Votes: 0)

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Moon Phase Diet Calendar - The moon and its phases have always been hiding some mystery secrets from people. All we know about is strong interaction with people's health and energy. The moon is a very special and important energy provider for our planet. Our applications helps you keep track of its phases. Just click the button and you are going to see how exactly the moon is going to look tonight. In addition to that you can start an animation which shows you all the phases in their right order and set it as a background of your phone.

"Animated Moon Calendar for Android must go down as the most alternative and calendar so far. With this app you can keep track of the moon's phases and set the interactive animation as the background of your phone to make it super-gorgeous. - AppEggs.com"

NOTES:
This application is an interactive animated background, it can be set on your home screen as a live wallpaper on devices running Android OS 2.1+. It also supports installation to SD card (App2SD) in case of insufficient device memory, so you can spare your precious space for other cool apps and games.

Please, in case of any issues, instead of giving us a negative rating, give us a call on Skype, chase us on Twitter, text a SMS or comment on our dedicated Facebook page and let us know about the problem you're having so we can assist you and address it in app’s next updates.


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