ISS Finder helps you to see the International Space Station (ISS) in the night sky. ISS Finder shows you the upcoming passes with details like the altitude and direction, and let’s you decide which ones to get alerts for. ISS Finder also keeps you up to date with information about current and future crews.

With ISS Finder you can:
- See where the ISS is right now
- Get notifications when the ISS is overhead
- Have ISS Finder automatically set alarms for passes near you
- Spot the ISS in the night sky
- Learn about who is on the ISS right now
- See the upcoming crew schedule
- Watch the live video feed from the space station

What’s New

Version 4.0.6


Improved German translation, fixed compass bugs

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
354 Ratings

354 Ratings

Susan 731 ,

Great app, but wish for one imorovent

It's a simple app & it works. I love that it tells the best day & time to view the ISS. I live in NE Pennsylvania & I just ran outside to watch it pass Overhead.
One improvent would be to have a setting where I can choose a reminder pop up on my phone. I have the STARGUIDE app & a reminder popped up stating the space station will be passing overhead in 5 min. If not for that, I would've missed it

Austin is music ,


The best tracking tool I've found short of having friends at NASA...... NOT kidding at all.
Use the feature that sends a notice of each visible pass for your location. Then have an alarm alert you when the pass is within your choice of minutes or an hour. Extremely versatile and easy to use.
Very small memory footprint even when displaying a pass. Shows the speed of the ISS any time along with it's position around the Earth. Current Crew information with backgrounds and a lot more.
This must have taken an enormous amount of time to write the programming and to keep all information current.
Like I said::: FANTASTIC!👍👍👍👍👍

Bigskybrat ,

Great App

I use this app almost daily. I really enjoy the map feature,and seeing where the ISS is in relation to the earth. The only thing that would be cooler would be for them to put in a live feature so you can look down on your area as it flies over. That would be so cool!! Oh yeah,sometimes the app isn’t exactly in sync with where you’re seeing the ISS in the sky. Sometimes it doesn’t show up at all. But that may be because NASA,or ???, may have made a last second change. Anyway,very good app.

App Privacy

The developer, Harry Slotwiner, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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