Mango Apps: ‘Space Hub Zero’ From Decapod StudiosDecember 10, 2011 No Comments
This is the ultimate app for all you space addicts. If you follow NASA on twitter or enjoy watching launches into space than you definetly need to download this free app from Decapod Studios.
It even includes:
- Image of the day
- Shuttle Archives
- Mission Videos
- and More
Download ‘Space Hub Zero’ for free now on Windows Phone
Space Hub is an ultimate space portal that delivers news, commentary, images and video from around the Universe to your phone.
Space Hub lists the latest and hottest space-related stories and lets you read, send and share them on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Windows Live.
- Image of the Day. Fresh breath-taking space imagery delivered to you daily, ready to be shared via Facebook, Twitter, or email.
- NASA Space Shuttle archives. A daily bit of history of humans in space to relive alone or share with friends over social networks.
- NASA VODcast launches you into an amazing world of exploration and innovation with weekly HD videos on many space-related topics. Videos can be shared on Facebook, Twitter and more.
- 25+ space missions covered in extensive detail. From low Earth orbit spacecrafts to telescopes and deep-space exploration vehicles, read each mission’s news roster, view image files, and watch in-depth videos. The feature includes Hubble telescope, International Space Station, Mars Rovers, Cassini orbiter, and many more.
- Live Tiles keep you updated even when not Space Hub is not active. Pin news, images, videos or space mission info to your phone’s home page and stay in touch with the latest developments in space at a glance. Space Hub updates secondary live tiles in background while minding the perfect balance between battery life and near-live news delivery.
Space Hub benefits from deep integration with the latest Windows Phone OS. Features like background updates, fast application switching and resuming, social network integration are all baked in for your seamless experience. Simple, yet stylish interface blends with Windows Phone design to flatten the learning curve and let the space content shine.
Enjoy Space Hub – it is rocket science.