15 December 2012
Comments: 2

Exoplanet Explorer 2.3.7: The 2012 marathon is over

I’ve just uploaded a new version of Exoplanet Explorer, free and paid editions, to all markets and platforms.

Of course, after countless rebuilds and fixing minor issues, I noticed on my final build that the release notes are showing V2.3.5… oh, well. It’s going out anyway. There’s always something that gets missed…

This release updates the planet database that ships with app and corrects some of the summary figures, such as the number of planets further than 400 light years away, which was showing 0.

Solar Explorer Lite updated for:

  • Google Play
  • SlideMe
  • AppsLib
  • Mobango

The full version of Solar Explorer updated for:

  • Google Play
  • Blackberry Playbook/BB10
  • SlideMe
  • AppsLib
  • Nook

That’s it for the year!

  • pixiekitty

    how long does it take for updates normal? I downloaded the program yesterday,and it has been updating since yesterday with no visible progress. Is that normal?

    • http://apps.burlock.org Neil B

      Updates should only take a few minutes, the data is very compact.
      If it’s stuck, force quit the app and restart it.
      If that doesn’t work, uninstall, then reinstall it.
      Finally, if all else fails, contact me and I’ll look into it further.