I have it for a week now and it doesnt measure / record anything! Settings are not explained good enough and start screen initially points to Denver, no matter where you are. Besides, esri map is sloooow! Not recommended!
This is just what I need to properly point my telescope! Looking forward to the crowd data portion, but the real need is for finding true north from several locations during Astronomy Outreach sessions.
I am glad to see this app is growing in popularity - ever since I first heard about voluntary crowd distributed computing and data aggregation for research, I knew it would certainly become big. To see it now in an app running on the Android mobile platform, the avenues have really opened up & I am glad to share a fraction of processing power and data snapshots with the NOAA. Plus the app isn't built on just yanking resources & data - it provides useful references/tools you can use for your own benefit. I find it interesting to see when & where magnetic anomalies arise and the solar magnetic storm meter is also useful. The app works perfect on my Huawei Mate 9 running Android 7 - I haven't had a single issue since install. I'd like to see more projects arise to participate in like this one. I think it's time Prof.s started to raise the bar for some of their grad students trying to get published - force them to cross disciplinary lines & get moving.
Nice app. Really cool. Not tracking any data I record though. Number in my status is always zero. Mobile uploading is allowed and so are auto readings. Still nothing. Please fix.
I Love NOAA. Everything they do is awesome! I would give this app many more points if I could.
Doesn't allow migrating this app to external storage.
We squashed a bug that incorrectly points the compass-dial True North (TN) in the direction of local magnetic field (MN). We apologize for this error.
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