Amazing app so clearly designed too. I just got a notification that the ISS is passing by shortly so we went out the front thinking we won't be able to see it in such a light polluted area, but there it was a white dot heading south to North! Amazing app overall
I have to admit when I downloaded this application I didn't believe it would be very accurate. On the first night it said we were going to have a good ISS sighting. It was exactly where the app said it would be. It even shows exactly where the sat. or ISS will be brightest. Very easy to use if you have basic astronomy knowledge and know how to find objects in the night sky.
Great app. Most unfortunate thing s that the first sighting was too good (probably the best in the next 2 weeks!), right on time, right over head. I don't understand the inclination because it said 60° but the ISS wasn't more than 10°off vertical. But both the map and "radar" were bang on! As for the ads, they are easy to close, and I'm glad someone else is footing the bill, because I'm too cheap 😜
First I was skeptical about the accuracy of this app. Had to wait a few days for a good flare to come my way. The accuracy of this app is quite astonishing. Down to beeping a few seconds before the satellite came into view. This is one awesome program!
I was going to give it 5 stars, but about a week ago it started deleting events before they happen. Either that, or it is sending incorrect data to my calendar. Before this, it was fantastic. Fix your bugs guys!
When the countdown, reaches zero the station has entered the visible arena above you, which is around 30 miles wide. If you also use google map you can see when its directly overhead... its brilliant, and very easy to see even at 114 miles high, even on a hazy night. Well done..
The old style elevation bar can be activated in the settings
Iridium flares rise and set times in the details are now correct