San Jose, CA (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
First Light Design (Distant Suns), today announced release of Distant Suns for NOOK™ and Distant Suns Planetarium for Kindle®. The products are based on the award-winning Distant Suns Astronomy App for IOS. They provide knowledge and features for people of all ages that are interested in the heavens – from the novice to the experienced astronomer.
Distant Suns NOOK is $2.99 and may be downloaded from the NOOK App Store.
Distant Suns Planetarium for Kindle is $2.99 and may be downloaded from the Amazon AppStore.
In addition, a free Distant Suns Wallpaper for NOOK, may be downloaded from the NOOK App Store.
Originally released for the Commodore Amiga®, Distant Suns has been bringing the cosmos to stargazers for over 25 years. No internet access is required to use Distant Suns.
“Releasing versions for Kindle and NOOK tablets represent another step in our continuing mission to release superior educational and entertaining astronomy software for popular mobile devices,” said Mike Smithwick, Founder and President of First Light Design. “Our future plans include development for Samsung and Nexus, as well as other tablets.”
About Distant Suns Astronomy App (NOOK) and Distant Suns Astronomy Planetarium App (Kindle)
About Distant Suns Free Astronomy Wallpaper (NOOK)
About First Light Design
First Light Design, LLC, is a privately owned company. It first released Distant Suns for the Commodore Amiga in 1987, followed by versions for Macintosh and Windows, as well as iOS, Android and NOOK. First Light Design is a proud member of Moms With Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers with family-friendly apps. Details about the company and its products can be found at Distant Suns.
Distant Suns is a trademark of First Light Design, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.