Great application for satellite track ing Great for tracking International Space Station, used on several Samsung devices , Meg phone and now Note Pro 12.1. Tracking information is as perfect as possible, the only thing that I can't be controlled is local weather conditions. The number of satellites in earth orbit is mind blowing. Now I'm using a Samsung Note 5, Note Pro 12 and A Samsung View, still a 5 star rating.
Awesome App! This deserves far more publicity and downloads than its getting. I'm staggered by being able to watch satellite flyovers live. It even displays Iridium flashes. The compass is a little glitchy but not a big issue. My only suggestion for improvement would be a listing of upcoming events, such as all Iridium flashes from your location? Apart from that, this is one amazing piece of software!
Do not support! Bad business practice! You should have taken better care of your existing SkySafari customers when selling to Simulation Curriculum! Really bogus! You should be ashamed! I'm sure this app is abandoned as well, or you sold it to someone else who will charge us all over again. Do not support this greedy dev!
Praise for Satellite Safari, and suggestions for improvment Satellite Safari is a great app; glad I bought it. Using the intuitive menus, I configured the app to do what I wanted with minimal fuss. I observe geosynchronous satellites using large telescopes, and it's handy to have an app that'll download CelesTrak ephemerides then calculate azimuth and elevation for geosats based on the tablet's GPS time and location. Two problems, though: (1) The Object Info screen shows azimuth and elevation rounded to whole degrees, but the telescopic field of view to appreciate geosynchronous satellites is smaller than a whole degree, so a person must hunt around for the object. Please enhance the app to display azimuth and elevation in degrees and minutes. (2) The app's magnitude predictions for geosynchronous satellites is more dim than the observed magnitude. The app shows no geosats brighter than mag 17, and most between 17.1 and 18, whereas by observation they range from mag 9 to 14. Here there is room for improvement. Besides those two issues, thanks for a great app!
Good app, bad business model I have to agree with the people criticizing the Dev. The apps are really good, but they charge a lot and release upgrades as "new" apps so you have to pay full price again. They blame Apple, but they're working Apple's policy for their benefit. I haven't seen any other app that does this, and these guys charge a lot to start with.
Unethical developer Don't buy products from this developer, they will stop supporting buggy product and try to make you buy a new version to get fixes.
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