Where is Io v1.1 released

I just pushed Where is Io out to the Android market for the low low price of free.  The application presents a “spirograph” view of the 4 large moons of Jupiter over the next 96 hours, including an indicator on the current position.  There are details provided on each of the objects in the system.  Jupiter is just starting to come up in the early mornings, so over the next few months it should be handy.

You can download it directly here:

Or check out the Where is Io page for more screen shots and information (screen shots skipped for this post, because I just put some up in the last post).

It will be a couple of weeks before the next release, as I’ve got a real world building project that has to get done, but rest assured this is just the beginning.

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