May 22 2012, 1:30pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
NASA has announced that it has updated its iPhone app to version 2.0. The newly updated app has several new features and a completely redesigned user interface to make it easier to use and interact with NASA content. NASA says the team at its Ames Research Center in California rebuilt the app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Among the new updates are weather forecasts now located in the spacecraft sighting opportunities section of the app. The app also has maps and links to all of the NASA visitor centers and a section about NASA's programs. Users can also print, save, and access favorite items as well as bookmark pages using app. The device must be running iOS 5.0 or higher to run the app.
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