SpaceStationAR

3.4
162 reviews
5K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Most intuitive satellite tracker to sight International Space Station(ISS), Starlink trains and others using AR, augmented reality technology.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJzkDU3bmec

This simulates a way of satellite on top of reality through the camera and map.
Not only satellites,planets,fixed stars,galaxies,black hole,spacecrafts(Voyager1, Voyager2, New Horizons etc.),tweets and even world cities are shown as if earth was transparent.
Displaying geostationary orbits will also be very helpful when you adjust a parabolic dish antenna.
It connects Twitter too. So you can share excitements of finding satellites and weather conditions with others all over the world.

LITE edition with Ad is available.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=st.tori.ToriSatFree

Features

* Simulates way of satellite on top of the camera view and the map.
* Displays orbits and current positions of satellites and users' messages on the world map.
* Satellite prediction calendar
* Displays fixed stars, galaxies, a black hole, spacecrafts, geostationary orbits and cities through Earth over the camera view (You can choose visibilities of each layers)
* Supports offline
* Newly launched satellites will be added automatically
* Sends notification 1 hour before each pass

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Updated on
May 15, 2021

Data safety

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Ratings and reviews

3.4
162 reviews
Glenn Forrester
October 10, 2018
Useless for predicting a pass date time etc. Save yourself 3 bucks.
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McBuffalo
July 22, 2018
Great app for me.
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George Ackerman
March 9, 2015
Whenever I launch the Spacestation app, I get a white bar on both sides of my screen when trying to view the next pass info (with the camera view). This whites out the number of days until the next pass. This didn't use to have the white bars. Has something changed, or do I need to change a setting on my Motorola Droid X? Thank you. I love the app otherwise.
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What's new

* Fixed an issue where the AR screen would not display properly on devices with multiple rear cameras.
* Fixed a crash problem on the Settings screen (Android 6.0 was affected)