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New Star trails app on iPad and iPhone - Need beta testers.

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Hi... Hope this is ok to post here.

I've built an app to create star trail images and videos using an iPad or an iPhone and i'm really struggling to find beta testers.

Check out the photo and video I've added to the post to see what it can do and and click the link if you want to try it out.

https://sites.google.com/view/starstackerforios-beta/home for info.

https://testflight.apple.com/join/7iLGfVDG to get the beta.

It's free to have early access to the beta. I'm just hoping to get a bit of feedback before it releases.

Many thanks!


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