The Astrologer mobile app calculates natal charts and astrology reports directly on your smartphone. Astrologer is available free of charge, with optional in-app purchases. However, you can open in the app any horoscopes and reports you have purchased on the website for no additional charge. And vice versa! You can access on our website any horoscopes you have purchased through the mobile app.
The app's menu is as follows:
Daily Forecast
Monthly Forecast
Long-term Forecast
Personal Portrait
Talent Report
Vocation Report
Dating Horoscope
Love Compatibility
Wedding Calendar
Conception Calendar
Health Report
Business Horoscope
Shopping Calendar
Natal Chart
Current Chart
Current Transits
Minor Transits (Transits of Fast-moving Planets)
Major Transits (Transits of Slow-moving Planets)
Secondary Directions (Progressions)
Solar Arc Directions
Aspects and Ingress
The paid options are indicated with yellow balls.

Astrologer in the App Store:
https://itunes.apple.com/app/id938196584
Astrologer on Google Play:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.billing.astrologer

There is another way to enjoy astrology web services on mobile devices. You can open the mobile version of our website in Application Mode. In this case, you will be able to launch the website from a shortcut on the home screen, and it will display full screen, with no address bar or navigation buttons appearing. When launched from this shortcut, the last viewed page will open.
To enjoy our website in Application Mode, please follow the instructions below:

For iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
1. Launch Safari and navigate to our website.
2. Tap the    icon in the browser menu bar. If you cannot see the icons, swipe down with your finger.
3. Tap Add to Home Screen.
4. Tap Add.
For Android mobile devices
1. Launch Chrome and navigate to our website.
2. Open the browser menu   in the upper right corner.
3. Tap Add to Home screen.
After you have completed these steps, the website icon will appear on the desktop of your mobile device. If your apps are listed on multiple screens, the website icon will most probably appear in the end of the list, on the last screen. If needed, however, you can drag it anywhere on your desktop.