Every day we scour the internet to find the best apps in the App Store for your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV. Today, OMT editor Dunke van Boekel brings you closer to the stars. Or well, T-Minus does.
Space has a special kind of gravity. While there is still a lot about our planet that we don’t know yet, billions of dollars are being invested in exploring what goes on beyond our atmosphere. Want to learn more about the world of space travel? The Pearl T-Minus App Store for your iPhone has it everyone.
The App Store is a pearl of other dimensions
Over the years, we as humans have released a lot of unwanted waste into space. For now, it doesn’t look like we’re going to stop doing that. T-Minus on the iPhone tracks what companies like SpaceX, NASA, and the like are already doing.
Via T-Minus you can see the most recent launches live (if they are broadcast), but also 6,500 launches before that. And when that new launch happens, the App Store Pearl sends a notification to your iPhone. Perfect if you like to watch missile launches often.
But it doesn’t stop there for T-Minus. The app is packed with additional information about all things space travel. from astronauts to spaceships; There is a lot to discover with the App Store Pearl for iPhone. As an added reason to come and have a look each day, you’ll also get a Patch Trading Card when you log in.
T-Minus, plus something extra on your iPhone
For convenience, you also don’t have to open the App Store Pearl on your iPhone every time you want to know when the next launch is. T-Minus has a handy widget that lets you see on your home screen when you need to get popcorn.
So T-Minus is perfect for both space travel enthusiasts and those who just want to watch the launch now and then on their iPhone.
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App Store Pearls: T-Minus takes your iPhone into space