I had a couple of moments where I was thinking, I wish I had this feature in Android, but no, this isn’t going to happen.
It’s just too annoying.
But it does work, and if you look closely at the app, you’ll see a few things.
First, it will display a small square, like the one you see in this image:There’s nothing special about it.
But you can swipe to move around it, and the sunbathers are hidden behind it.
The same can be said for the other squares, which show the suns path from the horizon.
You can tap on them to reveal them:And here are a few more:You can swipe right or left to rotate them:This is useful, but it’s not going to work on every screen, especially if you don’t want to have to tap on each of them every time.
If you have to, it’s really easy to just use the square or rectangle icon on the top bar of your screen to zoom in on them.
It’s also possible to set up an area of the screen where the sun bathers will appear, in this case the leftmost square, so you can see their path, and you can change the time when they’ll appear, and everything.
But there are a couple issues with that, too.
First, it only works when you have a high resolution phone.
For example, if you have an iPhone 4S, or an iPhone 5, but you don