By Fabrice Aneche
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
SatSat is a satellite tracking software, for radio amateurs, scientists or hobbyists.
It displays current and next passes for any satellites, it also provides beacons frequencies to listen to.
- SatSat works totally offline, with its own predictions and maps.
- Watch where the ISS or any other satellites are in real time.
- Add future passes to your calendar.
- SatSat automatically fetch updated satellites data.
- Get radio beacon frequencies for active satellites.
- Doppler shift
What's New in Version 1.4.3
-Transponders frequencies are now updated by network, no need to release
Does not work on this version
This app was great, I could see all the satellites overhead and lots of other information and stuff. But this new updates every time I open the app it crashes. Please fix this. Also, if there are pictures of the satellites could you put them up.
3/5 stars, Would be 5/5 if it worked
Visuals are much better than other tracking app costing $10. User friendly, easy to read. I like being able to view next up coming passes in list format.
Best tracking app available
Update question: will you be adding the new Fox-1B (AO-91)?
Thank you for making such a wonderful app and for free. I use it almost daily.
I never found it listed under various search terms such as ham, amateur, satellite, etc. I managed to find it by googling it. Is there a string of terms missing that prevents it from showing up in the App Store search without typing SatSat specifically? Surely this app should have been reviewed by many enthusiasts and with high ratings.
I've mentioned his app to many of my fellow hams at meetings. Many have Android phones. Any possibility of an app for them?
I'll check back on reviews occasionally to see if you may be able to reply as I didn't see a way to contact you otherwise. I checked your developer website and your blog (very impressive).
Again thank you. I remove my hat and take a bow to your abilities and generosity. You are a credit to ham and sat enthusiasts!