TabS2 Apps screen info., is slightly beyound the tabs display. The App doesnt have an Exit button; while trying to end the app. Back button doesnt work (I have to open "Recent Apps" button just to exit).
Awesome job guys Feels nice to see rather than opening laptop every time. And plotting.. We can get a glimpse of earth and different parameters. Add AOD and some more variables with some kind off snapshot to zoom in and click for certain region would be very amazing and handy..
Shocking to say the least.. I do agree with the other review which commented on base-line info. It takes another source of info before it really becomes clear how screwed we are. Also it could use some updates with look and feel, as well as more compiled data-sets, which we all know NASA has plenty of.. Looking forward 2 more updates ;)
No base or acceptable levels shown. A bunch of 15-year-old app savvy kids can make this app, the way it is now! It doesn't need a massive and ingenious scientific organization like NASA to create an app which only shows raw data in cute little colours, like children's coloured pencil drawings! When a thinking person looks at this, they wonder, "what are the base levels for comparison"?!!! How much CO2, and CO is considered a safe concentration for humans? We cannot begin to understand and evaluate this without base/safe ranges!
Great app fast informative yet incomplete All datasets appear to be lacking imagery data for both poles also some patches in vital signs data. Any reason why we are unable to see complete images of Antarctica or the Artic circle
Great but this is Android not IOS Very interesting app but this is Android not IOS. When we hit the back button in Android it should exit the app. If you are going to release an Android app you need to use programmers that at least know the basics of Android. And I really do mean basics. This has obviously been ported from IOS by someone incompetent.
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