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The Unistellar app changelog / Software updates


Latest Version:

2.5.0 (517) released on September 19, 2023


- Enjoy the easiest and safest way to observe the Sun with Unistellar's Smart Solar Filter.

- Automated sun tracking with Goto Sun and Sun tracking Technology.

- Improved targeting and tracking of the Moon.

Bug fixes:

- Various bug fixes and stability improvements.


Previous releases:

2.4.1 (503) Android and 2.4.1 (502) iOS, released on August 1st, 2023 (hotfix)

Bug fixes:

- Occurrence of concentric rings appearing under certain observation conditions attenuated.
- Bug involving image loss during Enhanced Vision fixed.
- Bug involving Enhanced Vision stopping after 8 seconds fixed.

Once the firmware update has been applied, the software version in the 'My Telescope' panel will still show 2.4 - this is expected, and unless the update is prompted again and if the application version number shown in Settings is 2.4.1, you can be confident that the update has been successful.


2.4.0 (501) released on June 6, 2023 


- Software integration for background removal using Unistellar’s Deep Dark Technology

- Global content quality reviewed in 4 available languages (EN FR DE JP)

- Comets added: C/2021 T4 Lemmon and C/2023 A3 (Tsuchinshan-ATLAS)

- Science programs optimizations: automated reconnection to the App and improved tracking feedback

- Joystick can now vibrate when in use

- Performance upgrade for older devices (4 years+)

- UX/UI optimization: the display of different tabs and buttons

Bug fixes:

- Spelling correction updates

- Operator/Observer connection random drops corrected

- Overall performance and stability updates


2.3.1 (486) released on January 30, 2023 


- Software integration of our new telescope the eQuinox

- Improvement of the control system for the operator/observer status by eliminating any unintentional switch during your star parties. Check this article out for more information

- Security upgrade for your telescope connection by adding a password. You have now the option to create a Wi-Fi password to secure your observations. Check this article out for more information

Bug fixes:

- Content update

- Overall performance and stability improvements


2.2.0 (469) released on November 17, 2022


- In a few seconds, you can now observe Jupiter in colors and details thanks to Unistellar's enhanced vision. Also available for Saturn, Mars, and Venus.

- A new science mode, "Cosmic cataclysm", is now available

- A button to find predictions for each science mode is now available

- Improvement of the GPS efficiency

Bug fixes:

- When visible sky area is deselected, Fawaris is not the first object displayed

- Overall performance and stability improvements

- Visible sky area settings from the catalog and main settings are synchronized

- When a second deep link, from the same category, is opened, information is updated

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