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MB Moon Phase for Windows

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Key Details of MB Moon Phase

  • Calculate moon phases of any particular day.
  • Last updated on August 27, 2015
  • There have been 3 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


Editors' Review

Download.com staff

MB Moon Phase is a program that lets you calculate a moon's phase on a particular date, but that's its lone feature. According to the publisher's description, the program is free, but further inspection revealed a trial of 30 days and a donation once the trial expires.

When first installed, we were greeted with a ridiculously cluttered window full of donation requests. We had to root through the clutter to find the button that would let us continue with the program. From there, we were greeted with yet another cluttered interface. We entered a specific date and year, and clicked the Calculate Moon Phase button. The window then shrank and moved itself to the far right corner of our desktop. The phase of the moon according to the date we entered appeared in the tiny window, along with the current date and time.

If the phases of the moon are your thing, you might find this program worth the cost. However, we aren't too fond of programs that appear free, but in reality, aren't.


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Full Specifications

GENERAL
Release
March 10, 2010
Latest update
August 27, 2015
Version
1.80
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Platform
Windows
Operating System
Windows 10, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT
Additional Requirements
None
POPULARITY
Total Downloads
2,129
Downloads Last Week
0

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User Reviews

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Developer's Description

Calculate moon phases of any particular day.

MB Free Moon Phase is one of the most simple and accurate moon phase calculator software. The program has been uniquely designed to calculate which phase the Moon is passing through on any particular day. The program is based on the astronomy calculations which in turn are dependent upon the relative position of the sun, moon and the earth.