ISS Tracker

ISS Tracker
459 reviews
This app is no longer published

Publisher

Niko Vrdoljak

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Download size

2 MB

Last updated

9/9/2014

Version

1.4.0.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • location services
  • data services
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Supported languages (1)

English (United States)
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ISS Tracker displays current International Space Station position on map, calculates next passes in your neiborhoud and shows all relevant information about ISS, Sun and your position, including:
• Live Tile with next pass
• Tile Notifications
• Map details for each pass
• Current view from ISS

V1.2 update
• Pass reminders
• Add custom locations
• Only evening toast notifications
• Transparent tile
• Minor UI improvements
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Reviews

  • by User 10/23/2014
    I like this app. Only I never know what time to look up and where to look. I do think it's interesting.
  • by User 10/21/2014
    A great app
  • by David 10/21/2014
    Very cool!
  • by Jordan 10/21/2014
    Super cool app, simple to use and effective in its task. The data the app has is mostly for people who have knowledge about orbits and physics, but anyone can appreciate the functionality
  • by marios 10/21/2014
    Nice one
  • by Fraser 10/18/2014
    Accurate and easy to use.
  • by Sam 10/18/2014
    Amazing app. Tells me everything I need to know! Plenty of information, so easy to use.
  • by Noel 10/16/2014
    I don't bother rating most apps but I love this one, especially its ability to alert me only when the ISS will be passing overhead when it's illuminated but it's dark here on Earth, making the Space Station highly visible. It also rates how visible it will be for future "passes" but you can set it to only alert you during the aforementioned "high-visibility" passes, or even just those which are in the evenings and not the mornings.
  • by Leonard 10/14/2014
    .z
  • by Sal 10/14/2014
    I anxiously wait for my first sighting! It works great!