Glass cockpit extension app for flight simulator pilots. Fully featured, universal app!
Features included in this version:
*** Primary flight display
- attitude indicator
- altitude indicator with vertical speed
- airspeed indicator (+ ground speed info)
- heading indicator
- altimeter (user selection knob)
- slip indicator
- localizer and glideslope
- flight director
- optional wind information
- dual COM radio
- dual NAV radio
- ADF radio
- XPDR setting
- next waypoint ID
- course to waypoint
- heading to waypoint
- distance to waypoint
- NAV ID
- direction (beacons or gps)
- AP heading
* OBS selector
* AP heading selector
* Flight director switch
Free RemoteFlight server or X-Plane plugin is required to connect the app to the simulator.
Compatible simulators: FSX, FSX:SE, P3D, X-Plane 9,10,11 (PC and Mac).
Please see https://remoteflight.net for more information on connecting this app to a simulator of your choice.
This app is intended for flight simulation purposes only!
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
- fixed possible crash when using older version of RemoteFlight Server
- new flight director switch and display on PFD
- new nav switch now includes ADF and GPS mode
- new RMI can display GPS information if active flight plan is loaded in sim
- localizer now also displays GPS offset to active segment if GPS is active
Ratings and Reviews
Great addition to the sim !!!
Working as expected, glide slope and localizer accuracy very close to original instruments in the simulator!!!
believe me its not just a simple install , you will waste your money because you have to pay this app but not sure how its work, it need to confirm dll file from3rd party then it not compatiple with your sim and its will error for one missing dll file to connect your sim and in the app alway not connection, really bad app
Works well, makes stock airplanes more enjoyable
I use X-Plane 11 & FSX Deluxe (DVD) on Win-10. My MacBook Pro isn’t my most powerful so I haven’t tried that, but have high confidence that it would work. Do not try to multi-task while setting it up, it’s easy, but you have to do it right. Easiest install was FSX, get the add-on installed, try RF Lite to test, then go for it. X-Plane runs as a plug-in and that’s obviously separate from what FSX uses. Run X-Plane after the install, it’ll create an ini file, and there will be a no-connect error at first, then you’ll edit it for your IP address. The interface is nice and smooth. Even on WiFi, it’s almost perfectly synced with the sim. Makes it nice to view parts of virtual cockpit and still be able to see that I’m maintaining altitude and airspeed. Some pay ware like my Airbus’s on X-Plane aren’t really going to need this, it’s mostly just a repeater of the instruments. But for built-in airplanes, or less avionics-friendly payware planes, (like a fighter) it’s nice to have this interface, which will give you some standardization and one-finger operability. Will probably get the bundle pack for my iPhone to give me one more screen for radios and autopilot.
The developer, Inputwish s.r.o., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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- Vladislav Oupicky
- 11.1 MB
- Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Inputwish s.r.o.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.