Connect your mobile or tablet with your DJI Equipment and start filming!

Supported Equipment:
- The Inspire, Phantom and Matrice series flying platforms
- The Osmo handheld gimbal and camera

- Live HD camera view
- Dynamic map view
- Camera controls and settings
- Library section to view, edit and share your videos and photos
- ‘Director’ smart video editor with built-in templates
- Sharing on social media and messaging apps
- SkyPixel aerial photography community
- YouTube live streaming
- Real-time flight records
- Video tutorials and documentation

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What’s New

Version 3.1.68

What’s New

-Fixes crashing issues and improves app stability.

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
2.9K Ratings

2.9K Ratings

DizzMobile ,

Bad storage management

The only problem I have with this app is it lacks in storage management. Instead of videos and pictures being stored in the typical iPhone data point where you would expect to find your pictures and movies, This app stores of them in the app’s folder directory. This creates a few problems. If for example your iPhone only has 64 GB capacity and you record a 4K video which is 40 GB in size, you will not be able to export the entire video. Before you can drag videos from your phone to your PC or MacBook, The content must be exported from the app to the iPhone library. The export process does not simply cut and paste the content but rather copies it. So with the capacity of 64 GB and a video file 40 GB it creates a problem. Contact you recorded is now stuck in the app folder with no avenue for exporting to your computer. I had to download iMazing to circumvent that’s a problem. Additionally, when you delete these large video files space is not freed on your device for whatever reason. I have tried using this app to delete the files and I also tried using third-party programs. Do you only way that I have been able to reclaim storage capacity from this app is to uninstall the program and then reinstall it after the painful process of exploring media. DJI Can fix this if they simply use the iPhone’s default media library, rather than hoarding the media in me app directory. Because of this extreme inconvenience I can only give the app two stars.

Pffzzz ,

Most complicated device for electronics I have ever used.

As soon as something unexpected occurs solving it takes hours if you’re lucky to fix. Documentation is very poor. Charging issues are monumental. I changed it to 100% and immediately it started loosing charge although I was only scanning battery charge on iPhone. It went from 100% to 29% in less than 40 minutes and that was after I reconnected the charger. Also the connection to the port was not solid. It was my 4th time using it in the 1 month I have had it. Very disappointed in such a highly recommend item. Looked for a phone no. to call for tech support on line to no avail. Chat was not worth the time spent and problem too detailed to email. I am hoping driving to Apple store will yield better results and satisfaction. I gave two stars because two of the earlier times I used it I did get good results. Now it can’t seem to charge or hold a charge and have barely owned it for a month with minimal use.

Viva la MAB ,

software renders their devices useless

The biggest problem with DJI is that their software makes it incredibly difficult to use their products. You have pretty much have bought a fancy brick, unless you sign in, and agree to their terms and update, their software and firmware, pair the devices again, and the calibrate, every time you try to use your device and now oh no! your battery is dying already, never mind the fact that you missed the magical shot you had just gotten an opportunity to take 15 minutes ago when you grabbed your gear! Also of not is the fact that the majority of these tasks require a signal, so if you’ve got a dedicated device as a monitor or camera (like an old iPhone) that doesn’t have cellular connection, or you’re out in the woods, on location, or just somewhere without a WiFi connection capability, you’re equipment is dead weight.

I’m not really exaggerating, their software is such a hassle to use that it goes beyond frustrating and hinders your ability to actually use their devices. Whether it be the Osmo series, the drones, the ronins, you end up with the same experience, you’re spending more time trying to set it up every time you want to use it than you will actually using it.

App Privacy

The developer, DJI, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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