I use Android Phones and Tablets. I gave up on Windows tablets long ago. Makes the app pretty useless. Tracking the machine in the air, plus putting the video and images it automatically captures to use is all part of the game. I'm thinking of trying on my surface or just wait for Windows version to come out but not holding my breath for that of course! Well, you've got one of two choices: 1.
I have always had a great flying experience. Their mobile app is only half of the story, however. Live up to your reputation as the leader in drone technology!! You are better off not rendering at all. I went to my car, charge my phone again, after about 2 minutes same thing happened. Look for fun new control methods, and great integration into flight services for commercial pilots. It has never let me down.
Touch the other icon and nothing happens. Put your drone to work doing more than just capturing those boring epic videos of the world around you. I gave up on Windows tablets long ago. Just wished it would save directly to camera roll. For the most part, these new apps add in things like waypoint routed flights and easier access to some of the advanced features in these. Makes the app pretty useless. It provides near real-time image transmission and camera settings adjustment, as well as editing and sharing of aerial imagery.
I do not understand all the bad reviews. I had problems at first with the range until I got signal boosters then once I got it, it was like flying a plane. There are a few key features that make Litchi great. I don't see how it can cause a fly away when the drone can be flown without a tablet or phone. The app is feature rich and works as intended. When creating a movie, it never finishes and seems to take forever in moving from 10% to 40%.
Now I must inform you that you get what you pay for, Litchi is not free. It only cant work if i dont have the app. I think the ratio of candidates to buy on windows phones is greater than other platforms. I'd say if anyone runs on Android - find whatever works reliably on your tablet - and don't update it until the next tablet. You are better off not rendering at all. I have the most updated version.
Sorry but I am confused. Most machines have basic flight operations handled through the remote control, then fancy camera and self-piloting modes controlled through the app on your phone or tablet. The app may issue the flight commands, but it more of a proxy for the connected desktop application that does the real magic. While that may seem good - you've really got to ask just how many bugs are in there that they need to fix? On the phone all I can get into is the preflight checklist. Editing photos and videos were an easy. Also, the exposure control bar is directly adjacent to the focus reticle, making it hard to adjust lighting. For the most part, these new apps add in things like waypoint routed flights and easier access to some of the advanced features in these.
While that may seem good - you've really got to ask just how many bugs are in there that they need to fix? Thanks to Best Buy for taking back the spark. The list of drones that this app can control goes well beyond those listed in the name of the app, including all of the Phantom 4 variants, Phantom 3 variants, Inspire 1 variants and, of course, the Spark and Mavic Pro. Capture the world from above. This is very frustrating when you have bright whites and you want all your whites to look the same in every mini clip. My top distance is 8,000 feet. Everyone would have a better experience. Read the directions for the mavic pro or whatever your flying.
Tracking the machine in the air, plus putting the video and images it automatically captures to use is all part of the game. The stabilizer works, but you must tap the phone screen to control it instead of using gimbal buttons. Most all have a companion app. Okay, there are more than a few, but the two that most stood out for me, the reasons I explored the app in the first place, the Waypoint flight control and the Virtual Reality mode. The Panorama mode and a few other camera based modes for tracking a subject or keeping an object in focus have been solid for my testing as well. I had problems at first with the range until I got signal boosters then once I got it, it was like flying a plane.
So, while the version of Android is important it is equally important to buy a tablet with enough processing capacity. Drivers may not work properly or they may. Fixed wing airplane mode… terrain follow… Etc. Other drone apps have very different controls, so that makes them irrelevant for me. This new app allows you to use another mobile device as a beacon for your drone. Same here , would love to have windows app, i sent email to support requesting support for windo.