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The Co-Star website states:
“Most horoscopes ask what month you were born. Co–Star asks what minute.
Powered by AI that merges NASA data with the insight of human astrologers.”
Indeed. After taking a look at what users had to say, I downloaded the app and have been using it for a week now. It provides the kind of in-depth information you would get from a personal astrologer. After inputting my date, time, and place of birth Co-Star provided an overview complete with chart of my houses. (I’d done a chart of my own many years ago and theirs coincides with mine.)
The main screen (above) provides a link to the next one.
Scrolling down this screen will give you more information about each planet
and the specifics of its astrological placement:
For example, my Ascendant is in Sagittarius and this is what Co-Star has to say about that:
Your ascendant is the “mask” you present to people. It can be seen in your personal style and how you come off to people when you first meet. Some say it becomes less relevant as you get older…Your Ascendant is in Sagittarius, meaning you come across as independent, optimistic, and confident, though sometimes overly blunt or critical.
Generally a charming conversationalist, your free-spirited approach may come off as restless or easily bored.
Go back to the main screen to access the link to your personal daily horoscrope:
Each underlined word (or phrase) is a link providing details.
For instance, clicking on the word “self” brings up this screen:
At the bottom of the screen above you’ll see TRANSITS.
When I created the screenshot this portion was cut-off.
Here’s what this section looks like:
This screen provides all the transits happening that day which may affect me.
What transit is happening today that affects “MOOD ALLOWING FOR GROWTH“?
Let’s click on DETAILS and find out!
What I especially like about the information above is how it translates
how (and why) the transit directly affects me – in this case, the moon.
All in all, Co-Star is a pretty powerful tool. If you want to gain more insight into transits, sextiles, nodes, and such this is a good place to start. I refer to it every day now. It’s one-stop-shopping for Astrology buffs! And IT’S FREE!
You can download directly from the Co-Star website or from the App Store app.