Simple astrological tool

Discover astrological locations of celestial bodies based on birthdays with this program.

MB Astrology Natal Chart provides a simple look at the planets, sun and moon on a person's day of birth. While the program looks fantastic and has a lot of details, its lack of information keeps newcomers from enjoying it.

We found the program's interface to be a mixed bag. While very basic and practically fool-proof to operate, the program and its Help file provided no information about Astrology or the meaning of the chart, which left us feeling lost. Upon entering our day and year of birth, along with the longitude and latitude of our birthplace (luckily the program had a link to an online source for this information) we were shown a colorful astrological chart based on our information. The circular chart featured the various zodiac signs, with some highlighted, and a graph showing various planetary positions. It became clear to us that this was for experts, as we realized there was no input regarding what any of this meant and we, as novices, were confused and feared others in our shoes would be the same. The program provided no special features and we obviously would have liked to see a dictionary of terms. While the program moved smoothly and looked great, we were turned off by its lack of direction.

MB Astrology Natal Chart has a 45-day trial. This program installs desktop icons without permission and leaves behind folders after uninstall. This program is only for astrological experts and we do not recommend it.

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