Eye in the Sky There are literally thousands of satellites in the sky doing everything fom beaming TV and radio to monitoring weather. This app allows you to point your camera in the air to see where satellites are and whether they're visible to the naked eye.
Now using a Sony Xperia, after not liking this app on my previous phone...still sucks.identifies nothing passing overhead...absolutely no accurate anything as far as I can tell Thinking of uninstalling..doesn't seem to be accurate..I see a satellite passing over head but the app doesn't seem to know it's there..would be helpful if the app showed time when an object will be passing over..so far no visible object I see shows up in my screen. Wtf.
does it's job, for free there are payware apps doing the same. no need to try them as this one works perfectly
Fantastic App Nothing could be better for viewing/locatiing ma-nmade space objects. Just select the type of object/satellite and the camera turns on with a grid overlay and a search direction arrow to steer you to your desired object. As long as you calibrated your compass and enabled GPS you are there! Works perfectly on Motorola Bravo.
Unbelievable. This app won't work until the UARS satellite burns up and hits earth. I cannot believe everybody doesn't know what's going on.
Amazing! Not sure how useful it is for the average Joe like myself, but the app is pretty amazing. I love it. Just watch the geostatic orbit - you'd never believe we had so many satellites orbiting Earth. Taking into account it's a free app, one couldn't ask for more.
* Phobos-Grunt, Dish, DirecTV, and Astra added to main menu. This was a server-side change only.
* Added a yellow arrow when satellites are off-screen
* Added a new setting to disable calibration warnings
2011-May-(23 to 25)
* Lots of bug fixes, see about page for details.