Does all you need to know Fascinated by the sky and wondering when the ISS might pass next, saw that this app would do it all. Downloaded and tried it and love it! Why? It is very simple to use, clear instructions and then sit back and wait for it to tell you where and angle of the sky to look at. Perfect.
Great App Works as advertised. Counted down to when the Iridium would flare and it appeared right on schedule! Can't wait to use it for the ISS while we're in a less light polluted environment. The desert nearby should work for that!
Spot on Nothing like looking up into the night sky,and the compass that comes along with the app directs you where the station is flyng into your viewing area and "presto" it's exactly where it is supposed to be,as well as the viewing time,very reliable and not alot of permissions.
Amazingly rude developers This is how I was treated by a developer when questioning the app....a developer said to me.... "Well, you should study more and understand how an orbit works. We have a lot of smart users that understand it. But a little part of it only think that the Earth is flat and that is recorded and other things. First of all, this is not satellite, it's the International Space Station of NASA. Good luck seeing pre recordes YouTube videos! We will really miss you! Now we are all crying." wow!
Free version Tonight, walked out 2 min before, got azimuth and angle, looked up - alarm and there it is. That easy. Iss and many iridium sattelites.
Nice App Very handy App for checking on the ISS & other flares and satellites 📡, shows which direction and what degree / angle they are coming from. Runs very well on my Sony Xperia Z2 Android Marshmallow 6.0.1. Had no issues with the App Brilliant.
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