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About this app

Orbitrack is a brand-new, Augmented-Reality satellite tracker and spaceflight simulator! It's your pocket guide to the thousands of spacecraft in orbit around our home planet.

1) More than 4000 spacecraft, including all active satellites, classified military satellites, the International Space Station, and SpaceX's Starlink communication satellites.

2) Rich new graphics show atmospheric effects, city lights on Earth’s night side, and highly-detailed 3D satellite models.

3) An "augmented reality" mode that helps you find satellites in the sky using your device's GPS and motion sensors. Works with Orbit and Satellite views too!

4) Radio frequency data for amateur radio satellites.

5) Updated descriptions for hundreds of spacecraft. Every satellite now has a description from n2yo.com.

6) Supports the latest Android hardware and OS (Android 10, "Q").

7) Dozens of user interface tweaks and optimizations make Orbitrack faster and easier to use than its predecessor, Satellite Safari.

8) New sound effects and ambient background music.

9) New Time Flow controls let you easily set the date and time, and animate the view.

If you're new to Orbitrack, here's what it can do:

• Track thousands of satellites. Orbitrack will tell you when spacecraft pass overhead, show you where to find them in the sky, and let you track them across the planet.

• Teach you about the International Space Station, and hundreds of other satellites in orbit, with comprehensive mission descriptions.

• Show the view from any satellite, and see the Earth from orbit just as the “bird” sees it! Orbitrack includes detailed 3D models for dozens of satellites – see them up close from any angle!

• Stay on top of the space race. Orbitrack updates its satellite data from n2yo.com and celestrak.com every day. When new spacecraft are launched, maneuver into new orbits, or fall back into the atmosphere, Orbitrack shows you what’s happening up there, right now.

Orbitrack isn’t just powerful – it’s incredibly easy to use! You don’t need an aerospace degree to become an expert satellite tracker. Orbitrack puts advanced capabilities at your fingertips, with the same intuitive touch interface you use every day.

And if that’s not enough, Orbitrack includes detailed, built-in Help – and expert, responsive technical support.
Updated on
Oct 5, 2022

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659 reviews
A Google user
November 14, 2019
I owned the previous version of this app (Satellite Safari) many years ago. Pleased to see it resurrected! The graphic update is nice, and it runs smoothly on my Pixel phone running Android 10. Scrolling in the initial help screen seems a bit slow, but overall the app ran well - no crashes or major bugs. I'm hoping to track the new Starlink satellites with it!
8 people found this review helpful
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The Present Moment
June 24, 2020
Love the app but I wish there was a way to turn off the music and sound effect when zooming in and out. Also there needs to be a settings tab to turn off music and adjust other things. Will give 5 stars if these things are incorporated into the app. I'm operating the app on a Samsung Galaxy S10 and works great but needs the above added. Thanks
30 people found this review helpful
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September 15, 2021
Best satellite tracker on the Play store, with the largest catalog and visual orbital representation! However there seems to be a bug for the app not being able to use location, although given permission... And it would be nice to have the possibility to set the location where we want, and display all the satellites by categories and subcategories (ex: display only communication satellites that are geostationary), because all those green dots can get confusing
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What's new

- fix failure to save state on Android 11+
- fix bug causing Sun to be selected instead of a satellite