Satellite AR  for Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8

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  • Satellite AR  for Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8


Ever wondered what satellites are flying above your head when you look up

Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 smartphone was launched in June 2013. The phone comes with a 5.80-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 540 pixels by 960 pixels. Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 price in India starts from Rs. 19,000.

The Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 is powered by 1.4GHz dual-core it comes with 1.5GB of RAM. The phone packs 8GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 64GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 packs a 8-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 1.9-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 runs Android 4.2 and is powered by a 2600mAh removable battery. It measures 162.60 x 82.40 x 9.00 (height x width x thickness) and weigh 182.00 grams.

The Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 is a dual SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Micro-SIM and Micro-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and 3G. Sensors on the phone include Compass Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor and Gyroscope.


How to download Satellite AR form Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8?

  1. Check the Android version to verify compatibility of Satellite AR with Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8.
    Find Android version: go to "Settings" - "About the phone" - "Android version". Make sure Satellite AR is compatible with Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8.
  2. Click the download button to download Satellite AR in Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8.
  3. Once the download and installation are complete, find Satellite AR in your home screen and tap the icon to open it.

App Reviews for Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8

  • Leslie Ellis
    Eye in the Sky
    There are literally thousands of satellites in the sky doing everything fom beaming TV and radio to monitoring weather. This app allows you to point your camera in the air to see where satellites are and whether they're visible to the naked eye.
  • A Google User
    This is a great app. The augmented reality view jump around alot and sometimes gets confused. However, I have noticed this with other ar apps. Does anyone have an tips or tricks to make it work better?
  • A Google User
    Works Pretty Well, BUT....
    This app will continue to run in the background unless you kill it with your task manager. I made the mistake of not closing it the first day I used it, and it drained my battery from 95% to 30% in 90 minutes. An auto-terminate setting (after running in the background for X number of minutes, close program automatically) would be a great addition to this program.
  • Native0ne
    First, you can't beat the price, now it is hard to put it down. To all the people who complained about this, learn how to modify your phone! I must have burnt one or two calories installing this
  • Phillip Williams
    Awesome and scary!
    I was able to track the international space station just moments ago. I could also follow it as a light with my naked eye and it disappeared very close to what the app was displaying. The alignment with my phone was spot on. A friend was doing it and the forever skeptic I am I had to try it. Impressed!
  • A Google User
    Holy cow! It's a junkyard up there.
    My man, seriously? This is a GREAT app! It gives you choices of all kinds of satellites, counts down to when they're coming into range, shows their position in the sky, indicates whether they'll be visible and all sorts of other good stuff. Now, to be fair, some of the criticisms leveled at Satellite AR are deserved; it really would be a mighty fine function to track an individual 'bird' (apart from the ISS, which is featured) and to store the satellite data offline rather than having to download it every time. It is for reasons like this that I would award 4½ stars if possible. However for the price (exactly $0.00) you can't complain so 5 stars it is. I'm very pleased with this app. :-) Samsung Galaxy Note 717.
  • A Google User
    Fantastic App
    Nothing could be better for viewing/locatiing ma-nmade space objects. Just select the type of object/satellite and the camera turns on with a grid overlay and a search direction arrow to steer you to your desired object. As long as you calibrated your compass and enabled GPS you are there! Works perfectly on Motorola Bravo.
  • A Google User
    Looks good so far.
    Not tested in the real world as yet but predictions of ISS becoming visible tie in with other sources exactly...updates on a less cloudy night! Got a break in the clouds, ISS was exactly where it should have been (after I had waited for the tree to get out of the way!)
  • Aubrey Moss
    Great app
    For the last update being in 2012, it is amazing. For the people that see satellites passing overhead, but not identified by the app, its identity is probably not available to the public. Would be great if the number of stars could be reduced to constellations only though.
  • A Google User
    Not sure how useful it is for the average Joe like myself, but the app is pretty amazing. I love it. Just watch the geostatic orbit - you'd never believe we had so many satellites orbiting Earth. Taking into account it's a free app, one couldn't ask for more.
  • A Google User
    Keep looking up!
    I have had this FREE, ad FREE, almost data usage FREE, app installed on everything I've had for many years flawlessly, from eclair to jellybean. It functions great with a short learning curve. I recommend this app for anyone that looks at the night sky and wonders what that little dot is moving across the sky. Potentially visible and ISS are the best. Right now I'm trying to find a geostationary sat with my telescope. Only 1 thing I would + is coordinates, heading, and speed info at the touch of the screen.
  • A Google User
    Saw something cruising across the night sky. Pulled this out for the first time, took aim, and it was the international space station! This is my new fav app, and will be for any sky or nature geek. :))
  • A Google User
    This app won't work until the UARS satellite burns up and hits earth. I cannot believe everybody doesn't know what's going on.
  • Peter Peissner
    Good enough
    Great app. Two thing I would love to see that might easily be implemented. Smoother tracking. The target seems to jump. Also a visual "red" setting for the sky map and targets. Red will not hurt your night vission when holding up the phone and your eyes going back and, sky, phone, sky...
  • A Google User
    One of the coolest night sky apps.
    I was very impressed with it's ui. It super imposes a star map with animated satellites over real-camera images of your night sky. I was blown away. Nice work!
  • Craig Hartley
    So very cool!
    My wife and I live in Houston, so we don't get to see most of the small fry. But I always check on the ISS which looks like a fast-moving jet and very distinct shape with binoculars. This app pinpoints the time and location. Galaxy S3.
  • A Google User
    Amazing app!!
    I can't believe agi provided this app for free. It would be nice to be able to cache ephemeris so it can be used without an internet connection, but I'm not going to complain.
  • Robert Zemcik
    Incomplete data?
    I was watching the sky and saw satellites (?) that the app didn't show either in Potentially visible object or All active sets. Maybe UFOs.
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