The app shows the map of the eclipse path relative to your position, pointing you to the closest spot in the central line of full totality, based on the official numerical tables provided by the NASA.
– Is totally FREE
– No even ads
– Also works offline: it will point you in the direction of the central line of the eclipse even if you do not have any connection
– Also works without GPS: in this case it will just display the map of the path of totality, and you can still figure out where you should go
– Countdown to the start of totality (at your time zone)
– Provides additional information on the circumstances at the chosen sight point: time of start and end of totality (at local time zone), duration, direction of the sun, path width