Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later.
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Compatible: iPhone iPad
Publisher's description - NASA App 2.0
The first official NASA App invites you to discover a wealth of NASA information right on your iPhone or iPod Touch.
The NASA App collects, customizes and delivers an extensive selection of dynamically updated information, images and videos from various online NASA sources in a convenient mobile package. Come explore with us.
â€¢ NASA Mission Information â€¢ Live streaming of the NASA TV public channel â€¢ Launch Information & Countdown clocks â€¢ Sighting Opportunities (Visible Passes for the ISS and Shuttle) â€¢ Mission Orbit Trackers â€¢ NASA Image of the Day â€¢ Astronomy Picture of the Day â€¢ NASAImages.org collection of images â€¢ NASA Videos â€¢ NASA Twitter Feeds/Mission Updates â€¢ FacebookÂ® Connect for easy sharing â€¢ Integrated Twitterâ„¢ client
-- WiFi, 3G or Edge network connection required. --
Today`s update reinforces my appreciation for this app! Information is now appropriately arranged and accessible from the starting page, and items within can be marked as favorites. The sighting opportunities feed is newly improved with a weather forecast (so I know I can sleep through the 4:20am sighting of Dragon because it`s going to be cloudy and rainy). An addition to this version is "Centers" which gives you a map with locations of NASA centers you can visit, as well as your own location... click on the red pin to a center and you`re given full info on the center including a map, hours of operant, cost, and a link to their web site. Other new features from the starting page include "Programs" and "Videos", and all in all, this is really a well-designed app. My only negative comment is very slight - and that is that you can still only watch NASA TV in landscape orientation, and in only ONE landscape orientation at that. However, I really have zero complaints - if I could have only one app, there would be no contest - this one, hands down, is the I use every single day, and I don`t know where I`d be without it, especially since my cable TV provider doesn`t deem it worth their while to carry NASA TV.
It is awesome and I would highly recommend getting this app. I saw a solar eclipse and was like wow that`s awesome:) and it has a ton of information about international space station and a bunch of other cool information. And it also has a ton cool pictures that is where I saw the international space station. Wow:)
Very unhappy personn
I like it, but it would be even better if I could save the news articles I like to my phone.
The "Download" link for NASA App 2.0 directs you to the iTunes AppStore, where you have to continue the download process.You must have an iTunes account to download the application. This download link may not be available in some countries.