iOS LaunchTime

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Product Announcement and Review – Independent developer, Daniel Spindelbauer has released LaunchTime – Rocket Launch Schedule 0.8 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch devices. Available today, LaunchTime shows all available rocket launches and their details, including the mission, location, type of rocket and a link to the live stream. It will send a notification before the launch, as a reminder.

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LaunchTime shows users everything that they need to know about the launches, including the live streams, location of the launchpads, details of the missions, and information about rockets. Browse future launches and get their detailed information. Always have the latest information available on your phone, so you can watch each liftoff live. It will even notify you so you won’t miss the next one.

Features:

  • Dedicated view to the next launch with countdown
  • List of upcoming launches
  • Live broadcasts of launches when available
  • Details about the launches, including mission description, rocket type, launch location
  • View the location of the launch site
  • Notification before the next liftoff
  • Today widget with the essential information of the next launch
  • Dark theme
  • Apple Watch support

LaunchTime is now available for free for a limited time. After the introductory price, it will be $0.99 in the US and priced accordingly in other regions. The app is available worldwide on the Apple App Store. iPad and improved Apple Watch support are planned for a future release.

Device Requirements:

  • iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch
  • Requires iOS 9.0 or later
  • 32.1 MB

LaunchTime – Rocket Launch Schedule 0.8 is free for a limited time, and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the News category.

I downloaded this App and it gives a lot of information. It also allows a user to set “Dark Mode’ which I prefer to the screen shots shown above. While the announcement says it works on the iPad, I was unable to install it from the App Store there.

This isn’t an App I will use every day, but being able to look ahead at the various launches and get a link to a streaming video will be nice to have occasionally. It is also impressive to see the number and diversity of launches.

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