PhotoPills has for long time been one of the most popular photography planning apps for the iPhone. Now finally, after a long wait, the Android version has arrived on the Google Play Store.  Like its iOS-counterpart, PhotoPills for Android will set you back a hefty $10 but if you take your photo planning seriously this could be a small price to pay.

Among a host of other functions PhotoPills allows you to find out when and where the sun will set at a particular location, when the moon will rise and where the Milky Way will be visible. The Android version has been one year in the making and on an especially setup Android Version Page the team behind the app explains that it was the goal to offer exactly the same features, attention to detail and reliability as the iOS version. 

It's worth mentioning that the app is still in public beta stage, with the full release expected by the end of the month. So it's possible you might still encounter the occasional bug or malfunction. If that doesn't put you off you can can download PhotoPills now and install it on any device that runs Android 4.1 or newer.