I enjoyed this app, especially as you could take a snap shot and post it. Now after numerous report sending regards the app shutting down after taking a pic and no picture being saved I think it's time to find another. STILL CAN'T USE THE SNAP SHOT BUTTON! IS ANYBODY LISTENING!? 21/03/2017
I love this app. It works seamlessly everytime I open it. I watch it on my phone or I'll stream it to my TV. I could literally watch the Earth "spinning slowly" for hours. Everything I see on all cameras blows my mind. I feel like I am on the ISS, or floating weightlessly in the quietness of orbit. I wish there were more cameras! 🚀🔭🛰🌎
Love it! Took me a while to work out that the cameras only work when it is on the sunny side. At night none of the cameras are working, or you cant see anything. Keep checking back until it hits sunrise. So good to be able take photos and hear the astronauts talking with nasa!
I will tell you exactly what I think I think you guys should keep it running even though UFOs are flying around. every time you see one you shut it off just let it play we all know!
Why with multi billion dollar equipment, its switched off most of the time, when the camera's work, they don't coincide? ?? Looking at totally different pictures? Is any of what we see true?.....yr later n it still king of the bullshit!
Very slick and presentable... However, I watched the live feed and noticed that when the map view showed I was in darkness the live feed showed I was in daylight. I used another tracked called orbit and this precisely matched the live feed. Not only was this app way behind but the predicted track was also off by hundreds of miles.
- Better video quality
- Increased prediction of passes from 10 to 30 days
- Fix video issues
- Removed unnecessary phone permissions
- Update Google libraries to Android 7 Nougat
- Update Italian translation
- Speed up video connection
- Update German and Hungarian translations
- Resolved various and serious video problems
- Resolved video 1 HD Chromecast compatibility issue.
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