What you need to know
- Spacetime sends you a notification ahead of a rocket launch and then offers tons of information about it and its payload..
If you're someone who likes to keep track of all the rockets being launched into space, you're going to love Spacetime. It's a free app, available for iPhone and iPad, that will alert you before any launch. And that's just the start.
Once you know there's a launch coming up Spacetime will show you all kinds of information about it. You'll know where it's launching from, who's launching it, and even be given a link to a video showing the launch as well. It's a fun time for all!
Today I release what I’ve been working on for the past months, A major release of Spacetime 2.0! 🎉
My goal with Spacetime is to build a home for all space lovers, and to get people excited about space travel.https://t.co/khwjF4qQ6A pic.twitter.com/OL5NPKdgQ7Today I release what I’ve been working on for the past months, A major release of Spacetime 2.0! 🎉
My goal with Spacetime is to build a home for all space lovers, and to get people excited about space travel.https://t.co/khwjF4qQ6A pic.twitter.com/OL5NPKdgQ7— Gaxxey (@gaxxey) October 22, 2020October 22, 2020
Notable features include:
- Past & Upcoming launches
- Launch notifications
- Launch vehicles information
- Add space events to your calendar
- Widgets for glanceable info
- Recent Space News
- Space News Filtered by Agency
Again, all of this is free. In-app purchases are available if you want to throw the developer a few dollars for their work and boy should you do that. You can check Spacetime out for yourself – it's in the App Store now.
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