Phenom, The App

The Phenom App is a revolutionary platform that unites individuals with a shared curiosity and fascination for unexplained phenomena. It stands as a unique and unparalleled platform worldwide, connecting like-minded individuals in their quest for understanding and exploration. By bringing together individuals from diverse backgrounds, the Phenom App creates a global community of individuals who seek answers to the mysteries that surround us. It serves as a hub where users can connect, share experiences, and collaborate in their pursuit of knowledge.

Unlike any other platforms, the Phenom App plans to offer a comprehensive and inclusive space for discussing and investigating unexplained phenomena. It provides a supportive environment where users can engage in stimulating conversations, exchange ideas, and contribute to the collective understanding of these extraordinary occurrences. Join the Phenom App today to become part of this revolutionary platform, connecting with individuals who share your passion for unexplained phenomena. Together, we can push the boundaries of knowledge and embark on a journey of discovery unlike any other.

First, we want users to help us establish a baseline of unexplained phenomena sighted in the U.S. and around the world. We want the user to use the app to capture any and all unexplained phenomena, possible.

Advice that should be given utilized for people using the Phenom smartphone app to photograph & record UAP’s and other events.
  • Hold camera steady.
  • Turn off flash
  • Don’t pan the camera unless the UFO is about to go out of frame?
  • Don’t use digital zoom.
  • If not using a dedicated UAP capture app, go into your phone’s settings and set the camera to the highest quality settings possible.
  • Turn on HDR. Try to get terrain in the shot.
  • Try to get an object with a commonly known size in the shot, to allow for estimating the size of the UAP.
  • Don’t crop photos, as that masks out terrain that could be useful in identification. Just send in the entire thing.
  • Don’t alter the exposure using photo editing tools.
  • Make sure that GPS/Location services is on.
  • Make sure your device allows for EXIF information in photos, if that’s a permission on your device.
  • Use the highest optical zoom you can?
  • Use the debrief or “Epic” story function after reporting the event, to verbally provide a detailed account of what you saw as soon as you’re photographed/recorded the event.
  • Send the data to Phenom by using the app.

     *You can shoot quality shots with your Smartphone by following a few standard procedures.


    • Use a tripod for more detailed Night mode photos.
    • You can steady the phone by holding it firmly in both hands, holding it fairly close to your chest and tucking your elbows in towards your stomach.
    • Use a wall, a trashcan or anything to steady your phone.
    • Anything that can secure your phone in place while taking the picture will work!


    • Often, the easiest trick for lighting up a dark scene on your Smartphone is merely adjusting the exposure.
    • Setting your phone to the highest resolution will ensure that you capture as much detail as possible.
    • Avoid Flash, it is not useful for capturing the night sky and can create unwanted reflections.


    *It is always a good idea to experiment with the manual   controls on your phone.

    • Night modes vary on android phones, for example, Simply Night, on the Galaxy S23 range or Night Sight on the Pixel 8.
    • Night mode, on iphones 11 and higher, captures more detail and brighten your shots when in low-light. With iPhone 15 series and recent iPhones, night mode kicks in automatically when low-light is detected.


    • Burst Mode lets you take photos continuously as long as your finger is on the shutter. That way, you don’t have to worry about your timing and missing the perfect shot.
    • For the iphone you can activate Live Mode. Apart from letting you take a multiple pictures, it also animates the entire sequence for you.
    • Brace yourself against something solid to minimize any movement caused by your own body, take a deep breath and hold it until after you take the picture.


    Smartphones primarily use digital zoom, and the quality might degrade as you zoom in. It’s a good practice to get as close to your subject as possible for better image quality.

    Always be aware of your surroundings and safety while attempting to capture any phenomena.



    Think: to subject to the processes of logical thought. think things out.


    Analyze: to separate (a material or abstract entity) into constituent/basic parts or elements; determine the elements or essential features of (opposed to synthesize):


    Collaborate: to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor. An international team of scientists collaborated on the study


    • Triangulation and Altitude Estimation
    • Precise Location of users
    • No editability/Tamper proof
    • shareable Video and images with chosen users


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