Starlink Tracker automatically calculates when the satellites are expected to be visible above your location. 1. The information is displayed based on your selected location. 2. Use GPS or enter your GPS coordinates for improved predictions 3. Times are in the destination's timezone including daylight savings if applicable, so there is no need to perform any additional conversions. 4. The app also allows you to setup notifications for upcoming starlink passes over your location. If you have any difficulties please reach out to me. Enjoy the night sky!
Great App that I really hope continues long term! To support that, I’d love to see alerts for the International Space Station (ISS) added in. An option to alert on all future easily visible objects would also be great; for starters, please provide an App view that automatically filters all highly visible times in a single display so I don’t need to open every Starlink grouping to find times. Thanks for a functional app to make finding satellites easy!
I think this app is great and I’m hoping for more features down the road. I think some default viewing settings like Viewing quality minimum, Elevation minimum, time of day (morning or night) would help so you can super quickly pick viewings that apply to your schedule and location would be helpful. Then a “show all” to see others and remove current filters. If possible, not requiring the user to choose which launch but making that a filter or label somewhere would also be nice. Not sure if it matters for most of us which launch we’re searching for, as much as which viewing will be the most successful. Lastly, there’s some reviews about prediction accuracy, and I’m on the fence about this as well. I haven’t had many opportunities but if the few I’ve tried I haven’t seen the sats, even with clear skies. I’ll keep trying and thank you for your continued development.
When I first got this app, I was able to catch a sighting on two occasions just where/when it said they would be there. Then there were several no-shows. After that (for the past several weeks), it just keeps saying there is “a problem calculating when you can see Starlink. Please check your internet connection or try again in a few minutes.” However, it isn’t able to work anywhere, any time, or with any internet connection. Too bad because I thought it was going to be great. Not so much if it doesn’t get fixed.
I like how easy it is to use! Also I like how it’s sends reminders before so you dont miss it. My wife & daughter had no interest but once a 5 minute string showed up my wife ran back into the house to get her camera and my daughter watched the whole thing and loved it which is saying alot for a 12 yr old! 😂 you should have one for meteor showers! 👏
So far I have found this app to be useless. Using the web site mentioned, I was able to plug in my GPS coordinates and get an accurate estimation of sightings, which proved to be successful! This app, which has my accurate coordinates, did not even mention the information for my successful sighting. I have also never been successful using the potential sighting information the app comes up with. You can also click in and out and back into the app repeatedly in rapid succession and get totally different results.
Developed by Kalyan Namburi.
Starlink Tracker is ranking in Reference & Utilities
Last update was at Apr 01, 2021and the current version is 1.5.
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Starlink Tracker have a 89a user reviews.