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» APOD Astronomy Picture of the Day Browser



Rating: 5/5
Summary: APOD browser is Pocket PC software for the purpose of browsing NASA's 'Astronomy Picture of the Day' (APOD) web site.

Requirements:
Pocket PC 2003

Internet connection

Arrived: Apr 14, 2010
Found under: nasa, browser, pictures, astronomy, photos

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» APOD Astronomy Picture of the Day Browser Description
The APOD browser is simple software for the purpose of quering NASA fantastic, unparalleled Astronomy Picture of the Day site.

This tool allows searching the site by date, by a keyword or by the site editor's choice. A online connection is required for this application to work.

How to Use:
You can query APOD in basically three modes:

1. By Date
Select a date to view the APOD of that date. Since the first APOD image was presented on June 16, 1995, the calendar is limited to between June 16, 1995 and Today.

2. By Keyword
Enter a keyword of your choice and tap on [Search]. Make sure to avoid too common keys, such as 'moon', 'planet', etc. This would result in too many hits, since each occurance of that search string in APOD's texts will be output as result and is often not related to what you wish to explore.

3. By Choice
This mode searches the editor's choices for the most educational Astronomy Pictures of the Day. Simply select an item from the combo box. Each choice yields three to five hits as so well selected by the authors of APOD.

After closing the settings screen, tap on the GO menu to download the selected image and text. Tap on the image for a shrunk view that fills the screen without scrollbars.

Tap and hold on the image to open a context menu.

# Image info: shows image size.
# Negative image: turns the image negative and back positive.
# Save Image and Text: saves the current image (negative or positive) to a subfolder named 'saved', including the explanation text. Please note that devices running Pocket PC 2003(SE) cannot save JPEG images, but large BMPs only (o/s limitation). You may wish to manually reduce the color depth of BMPs to 256 colors to save space. WM devices save images as JPEG, mostly staying under 100KB.
# Select another Image: turns to the Settings screen.

You can browse saved images with the cursor keys:

# Right key: one image forward
# Left key: one image back
# Up key: goes to the last image
# Down key: goes to the first image
# Center key: goes to the midmost image

APOD Astronomy Picture of the Day Browser Screenshots

APOD browser is Pocket PC software for the purpose of browsing NASA's 'Astronomy Picture of the Day' (APOD) web site. APOD browser is Pocket PC software for the purpose of browsing NASA's 'Astronomy Picture of the Day' (APOD) web site.





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» Comments

Fri-7-Dec at 4:55 pm
rachid wrote...
es una mierda
Fri-23-Sep at 12:47 pm
carlos alberto pereira wrote...
Good app.
Sun-23-Jan at 10:28 pm
Jamie wrote...
pointless
Sun-26-Sep at 12:16 pm
atitec wrote...
The user interface could be better
Fri-9-Jul at 8:06 pm
Brandon Heera wrote...
this app is offf the chart, this app is crazy must get
Sat-5-Jun at 11:04 pm
Brandon Heera wrote...
This app is great, Its works perfectly on my HTC pro2 if u love science and love learing about new things you should download this app.
Wed-12-May at 12:52 pm
p2latyao wrote...
thank for app,error notSupportedException , on my MotoQ8 gsm thai.
Wed-12-May at 9:43 am
Alice Peidelstein wrote...
I would love to see a "share" feature. It works great on my HTC Fuze with WM6.5
Sun-9-May at 9:21 pm
jack wrote...
this app is really cool reallly worth the dl alot of interesting facts
Fri-23-Apr at 2:58 pm
Juan Triana wrote...
how do I get rid of the text? How do I retrieve what I have saved for a wallpaper?

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