92 ratings (4.641 average)
What's new in this version (1.3.4):
v1.3.3: Added a soft button to open menu
v1.3.1: Another try to make it compatible with ICS
v1.2.15: Solved some bugs causing the passes not to be refreshed correctly.
This application reveals all iridium flares and satelittes (including international space station and amateur radio satellites) passing by at your location.
An auto-adjusting compass pointing in the direction of the satellite or flare helps you tracing the object.
Notifications can be enabled to warn you whenever a satellite of interest passes by.
The actual data is taken from www.heavens-above.com. They did a great job so check out their website too.
This is NOT the official www.heavens-above.com Android application although the name may suggest this.
This version is the same as the free version but without the advertisements.
Last comments from Android Market
Sometimes a problem connecting Like tonight, the Heavens Above website shows a 'Server Too Busy' so the App seems to lock in a loop trying to get data. better if it can be knocked out of that loop by pressing the back button so I can s
Thanks for the new update, like the live tracking on Google maps. Still my 2nd favourite app! Thank you... HTC Desire 2.2
isn't showing anything tonite 2/28
Same here no updates and market says I need to pay for it when I already have?
*Great app*, but isn't refreshing tonight. Can't figure out why; have good signal and wifi as well :(
Nice app. Accurate as well.
Awesome Have always liked the web version, and so nice to have this with the phone. Can fire it up any time there is a clear night. Android version is very well done, especially latest update. €1 is a bargain
Wonderful application. Happily paid for it.
Phone software upgrade raises compatability issues When I tried to update to version 1.1.1 the app disappeared from market place. When I checked there seems to be compatibility issues with the latest version of my phone software Motorola De
Just saw the ISS for the first time thanks to this app. Very exciting!