Space Images iPhone app Review


Download the Space Images app today and see how incredible our universe is!  You will be blown away with how impressive and mind boggling these photos are!  This app includes photos of stars and planets that were taken by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at NASA.  They are all real images and you can scroll through them as much as you like. You can also get images of planets in our own galaxy such as Mars, Saturn and Jupiter as they are updated by other NASA surveillance spacecraft.


You can view a variety of different images of galaxies that are millions of light years away

The pictures are in high resolution and are brilliant and beautiful to look at

You can go through the images and rate which ones are the best and also which ones are globally on top of the favorites list

You also have some search functions that are available so that you can find specific images

You can also browse  by category which includes galaxies, types of pictures, and much more

There is the option to view the top rated pictures out there as well as the newest pictures that have been added to the Space Images app

If you find a really impressive photo then you can email it to your friends and family or just save the photo on your phone to use as a background for your display

There are links on many of the pictures that you can click on in order to get descriptions of each of the pictures and you can also toggle resolutions as well


If you love learning about the stars then this app would be a good fit for you.  It is loaded with tons of cool space photos, and more are uploaded to the app all of the time.  It is fun to see these crazy space anomalies and then learn more about how they are formed.  The only lacking part in this app is the variety and depth of information that is given.  It would be nice to have a more dummy-friendly synopsis of each of the photos so that normal people can understand better how they are formed and what makes them look the way they do.  Overall, one of the better education apps out there about the mysteries of space.

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