Longed for something like this back in 2000! Lovely app: informative and educational. Please take advantage of Android Kit Kat 4.4's Immersive Mode to tackle the entire screen real estate. If possible, please adjust the sensitivity of Mission Control Room 3D Virtual Tour. I find it hard to look and move around. Overall, poor interface implementation for 7 inch devices. I hope this app will be customized for tablets soon - Google Nexus 7 2013 owner.
Doesn't work on s6 edge Sounds like an exceptional app, but i have installed this and all i get is unfortunately iss live has stopped working. I kept it installed in my s6 edge for a matter of weeks, so i could keep trying. Before giving it my review i uninstalled and then reinstalled but again to no avail. Shame really as this would be a great app for my collection.
As per a lot of other users I can't pass the license agreement. Is it some sort of test to determin whether one is qualified to operate this complicated app. For the moment I have given up trying and uninstalled. A pity as it all looked so good. Useless
Quickest ever uninstall Application fails the instant it is started. It doesn't even get to the license agreement! NASA obviously means 'never a serious application'. I NEVER get apps failing before they start! But this heap of stinking horse crap manages it.
Interesting App with quirks Does this app work anymore? None of the interactive consoles display data, nor the station viewing tool. Lastly... UI consistency! Lost a star due to how the UI is not consistent across the app. Back doesn't work everywhere... Some places have a red X to go back.
Very, very poor. I have a Samsung Galaxy 4 - the words are so small, about 2 pixls high, almost to small to read. After getting to some screen the program locks up. You would be better off to shelve this project and start over.
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