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Navigate your plane in any city or country in the world.
With the GPS Flight besides you navigate anywhere in the world you will also have information of altitude, speed, heading and evening, all through his powerful gyro (artificial horizon).
ADVANTAGES OF FLIGHT GPS:
-Highly precise positioning
-Indication of altitude with respect to sea level
-Speed (Kts) of your aircraft
-Leveling your aircraft on flights under bonnet
-Direction of your aircraft
-World geographical map
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This app allowed me to "look over my pilot's shoulder"
After what happened with the Malaysian flight 370, I decided I'm not going on another flight "blind". My iPhone has a GPS and compass, why not use them while flying on a commercial flight? This program was able to track the position of our flight from LA to Detroit quite well, however I initially found its US ground map to be a bit sparse. It initially showed perhaps 20 US cities and the major land/ water boundaries, but not much else.
After "playing with the program" a little more, and after rebooting the app twice while on Wifi, the maps apparently downloaded themselves and became quite suitable. Their initial "boot-up message" said something about the need to download the maps while on WiFi, but didn't say that the program might have to be rebooted a few times while on WiFi, so I didn't know. I've piloted private planes before, and now as a passenger, I found being able to "look over the shoulder" of our pilot, in addition to providing a sense of security, to also be just plain fun.
The app seemed to be designed for non-pressurized private aircraft, as the speed and altitude indicators stopped working at over approximately 10,000 ft altitude. (Location indicator still worked.) As a passenger, the artificial horizon was not really helpful info. The self orienting map was helpful, but I only found out about this feature after playing with it a little. Still, after manipulating the map, I noticed that the map would stop "self orienting", and that the only way to reset it to "self-orient" was to reboot the app.
While clearly designed for a small private plane, it also works well for those of us who want to "look over the shoulder" of our pilot on a commercial jetliner. So far as I can tell, it's the only app out there that does that well.
Giving airline passengers that critical GPS based flight location and other info in a simple and easily understood way seems to be an Apple-app niche that this program may one day do well in. All of the other apps I saw seemed to either rely on preprogrammed route info, independent of a GPS, be cluttered with nuisance ads, or whatnot.
Two suggestions: Make a separate app version designed specifically for use by commercial airline passengers, clarify in the boot-up message that the program is NOT recommended for use in the air until after the maps are fully downloaded via WiFi and fully viewable.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.