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Rating: 4.3 (3,888) Cost: Free Downloads: 1,000,000 - 5,000,000
Ever wondered what satellites are flying above your head when you look up? This app will show them to you using augmented reality. Point your phone's camera to the sky, and small icons track the locations of various satellites. Those in sunlight are colored yellow to help you look for them on a clear night.
See "Developer's website" (linked from this page) for more information, including the full changelog. If you find bugs or have questions, please report by email, as there is no mechanism for us to respond to comments left as reviews. Thanks!
Fred - 2011-09-24
1,000,000 people all looked up at the same time. It is amazing that the movment of everyones head didn't change earth's orbit. Works now, like always.
Bob - 2011-09-23
This application DOES NOT work on the Droid Charge. I tried endlessly to connect on both 4G, 3G and on WIFI and all I get is a message stating "This program is operating in off-line mode. For best results, connect to the network and reload this menu. I even tried to reinstall it twice." No go!!
Ben - 2011-09-23
Just say's loading menu, nothing works. On settings menu it seems to not be able to find London as a city. Have restarted phone and still doesn't work. Uninstall.
Nebfire - 2011-09-24
You would think they would actually test the product before releasing it. Sheesh! All it does since the last update is sit there and say "Loading Menu" and then complains about needing an internet connection (while connected via WiFi).
Glenn - 2011-09-23
Michael - 2011-09-23
Didn't work. Always says in offline mode then stays in limbo loading satellite ar. Restarting phone didn't work. Motorola Photon 4G.
Joe - 2011-09-23
App wont connect cause people want to see a satelite fall today
Paul - 2011-09-23
Installed twice. Menu won't load on my Droid X. Cranks for a couple of minutes than screen goes black.
Alex - 2011-09-24
The app only does demo mode - it can't connect to its servers. So basically the app is completely useless. 1 star because FAIL
Lynn - 2011-09-23
why have an app we cant use even with potential high usage. major fail
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