Krish Murali Eswar

best app to learn astrology

Astrology Zone

Susan Miller is one of astrology’s best-known names, with a website that attracts millions of viewers each month and an impressive list of best-selling books to boot. So naturally, Astrology Zone’s mobile app is a trusted resource for many.

The app’s free version simply offers a better user experience for those who would normally read Astrology Zone on their mobile web browser, with access to Miller’s monthly horoscopes, as well as brief, daily readings for each of the 12 signs. At any given time, you can access yesterday, today, and tomorrow’s readings, or view this month and last month’s detailed analyses. But premium subscribers receive more detailed daily readings, with a fuller horoscope released each Sunday to set the tone for the week for around $5 a month.

Astrology Zone's premium version also has access to a list of important dates, a library of Miller’s essays explaining the nuances of planetary movement, and a special “Learn Astrology” segment with information about the planets, the elements, and how those forces impact your own personality traits.


    • Does not teach the world's simplest astrology and most accurate stellar system of KP Astrology.
  • Not an Indian system. Difficult for Indians to Follow. Predictions based on Zodiacs and sun sings are most inaccurate and misleading.


Launched in 2017 by fashion industry alum Banu Guler with co-founders Ben Weitzman and Anna Kopp, Co–Star’s chic black-and-white design and easy-to-use interface make checking your horoscope an aesthetically pleasing experience before you even process the information provided.

But there’s substance behind its eye-catching style. The buzzed-about startup, which has more than five million users around the world, claims to trace the alignment of the universe to the exact minute you were born, using artificial intelligence and proprietary technology to offer a highly-customized, personality analysis and share straight-talking insight into your strengths and flaws.

The app isn’t exactly known for sugar-coating things: The pithy counsel in Co–Star’s “Day at a Glance” view has gone viral for frank (and at times, downright rude) suppositions. But its supremely postable, fortune-cookie-esque daily tidbits come with a social element, too.

Users can compare their star signs with those of their friends on Co–Star for free, measuring compatibility over a whopping seven categories.


  • This is a fancy app but not at all practical and scientific
  • Not based on any specific astrology system. Plenty of guess work.

The Pattern

This free, no-frills app can be freakishly accurate: Just ask Channing Tatum, who went on Twitter in 2019 to express his disbelief at its precision. Users start by sharing their name and gender, along with information like date, place, and exact time of birth.

The Pattern bills itself as a social network, so users can connect with friends through the platform to gain a better understanding of how the cosmos might affect their relationships.

But it doesn’t stop there: you can run relationship analysis for people not in the app, too, by entering information about a friend, crush, romantic partner, or potential business associate.

The app is great for users who want to understand the broad takeaways of their astrology reading, without getting in the weeds on vocabulary or star signs. Expect down-to-earth language and insights on your life, split into three categories: foundation, development, and relationships. You also have the option to read a quick summary, or go deeper with in-depth analysis.


  • There are no lessons to learn and become an astrologer in this app.
  • No scientific basis is given

Time Passages

This free service from Astrograph, a website and desktop app that takes its name from the telescopes that complete astrophotography, offers to-the-minute information on astrological events.

Access to an expansive glossary, as well as charts that explain the meanings behind your sun, moon, and rising signs make Time Passages the ideal app if you're looking to delve deeper and understand the forces at play behind each horoscope.

If you use the free version of the app, you can expect personalized daily horoscopes that are tailored to their specific birth information. Additional features cost around $10 each.Choose from add-ons like a compatibility meter that helps you navigate potential romantic and business relationships by comparing charts to calculate the likelihood of a successful outcome, or forecasting for the future, allowing you to see upcoming astrological events and considering how those might impact what lies ahead.

And, you don’t have to pore over the app to get the major takeaways quickly: Mercury retrograde periods and upcoming moon phases are easily accessible on the app’s homepage, so they’ll never take you by surprise.


  • Some indication of forecast. Mostly generic forecast.
  • There is nothing there for anyone to learn to become an astrologer.
  • Based truly on KP Astrology, the world's Simplest and the most accurate astrology system.

  • 100's of practical case studies
  • 1000's of prediction rules

  • Video classes

  • Text materials
  • Group discussions

  • Regular Live classes

  • Quizzes and much more are coming up

Krish Murali Eswar
Professor in Astrology, Vastu Sasthra, Kundalini Yoga, Kayakalpa Yoga

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