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SatFinder Android is an Android-based geostationary satellite location and dish alignment tool. It has a database of all current geostationary satellites worldwide, and it provides detailed pointing instructions for all of them. It also has a list of popular satellite receiving dish models with pointing data for them as well. And more, it has a way to superimpose the locations of your selected satellites directly on a live camera picture of the sky at your location. The picture on this page shows a typical display of three user-selected satellites, positioned on the sky in their correct locations. SatFinder Android also has another pointing method, meant for Android devices without cameras, that uses your Android device as an azimuth and elevation signting tool.
SatFinder Android takes what was once a rather complex technical job requiring a knowledge of ZIP codes, city and state names, or geograhic positions, plus a hand bearing compass and an inclinometer, and collapses it into an easy-to-use Android application that locates itself, finds your satellite, and then tells you where it is by pointing to it.
The SatFinder Android Home Page is located at http://arachnoid.com/android/SatFinderAndroid
01.19.2016 Version 1.6.0. Updated the satellite data list, made some small changes.
Paul Lutus part of our Tools and have average installs from 100000 to 500000. Last Update Jan. 19, 2016. Google play rating is 73.3681. Current verison is 1.6.0. Actual size 87.0 KB.
Decent app 4 stars for features...Some issues exist ( horizontal camera does align but everything is upside down and move is backwards compared to view) but +1 star for gpl.
Really helpful appreciate it.
Nothing in skyview No instructions on setting level. Is phone held horizontal or vertical?
Good app Good app as previously rated gives a coarse guide then your able to fine tune
Usefull Can be used as a coarse reference for satellite receiver pointing.
Awesome App Helps me to find phone signal in the most precarious spots :)
Gps is on but still getting location info by network making this inaccurate. Azimuth is off and elevation was off also. 13 years in SATCOM experience. Htc 1 m7
I like it ,but I could not get it to show the satellites.I got a 4.3 android,does that have anything to do with it?