It is a good app. I use web based Heavens Above Sky Chart a lot on my pc, that's very informative, most of the visible stars and satellites are identified. On the app, to identify the visible stars, you need to zoom in. It seems I wasn't zooming in enough Thank you to Heavens Above for their informative reply to my initial review.
This is the PERFECT pocket satellite finder! It will tell you when the international space station or any other satellite will be visible, notify you when it's about to come over the horizon AND draw you a star map showing its course across the sky and it's position! Let it show you a mag -7 Irridium flare and you will bless the day you downloaded this app!
Wow. First sky chart that ever made sense to a noob like me! For the first time, I actually found some stars I could identify! Works great on Pixel 2.
I tried it and it works! We saw the ISS and a few satellites on the first try. This makes locating satellites super easy! I also like how you can get information on a particular satellite. I very much recommend this app!
Great app; where the web site is great on the desktop. Keeps getting better too. (Edit ; can you add a pan-zoom to cursor location when in zoom mode, it would add a level of useability: 'point phone and zoom' or 'auto-pan'. Hehe! Get ready to licence your app to AugReality buyers!)
I don't think my device has a magnetometer, but this app didn't tell me that: one I tried later did. If the pointer doesn't work, check if your device has a magnetometer.
Chinese (simplified) translation
Improved advert integration for the night mode
Optional support for notifications based on the alarm clock mechanism