RemoteFlight announces MAP HD, the release of their first iPad native application for simmers, a complete overhaul of their most successful iPhone MAP.
The iPad version has got all the features users know from iPhone, but for all of them, there's a little something extra. Not only does the native resolution simply do the job - the new version has more map options, better and more aircraft icons, and includes wind and vertical speed indicator. Map and aircraft movements are now smoothly animated, a feature most enjoyed on photo aerial map. Flight plans from FSX or FS9 can be displayed on the map providing info on each waypoint distance and direction as you fly. RemoteFlight MAP HD is a joy to use, or even just watch.
RemoteFlight currently offers a total of six products. The three most favorite are:
RemoteFlight HSI, a complete replica of this crucial radio navigation instrument, with all features you can imagine. Fully dual, VOR / LOC / GS / ADF / DME enabled, inspired by military HSI, but rehashed in RemoteFlight style, pleasant to look at and easy to use.
RemoteFlight AUTOPILOT, a Bendix-King style autopilot panel, most suitable for general aviation. Although it lacks auto throttle, for sake some realism, it provides more options than the real instrument - HDG selector has been included as well, so a pilot can control all movements from this app.
RemoteFlight MAP is an ideal companion for long haul flights, as well as a tool for those, who like to explore the world while flying. Zoom-able vector map moves with the aircraft and key flight variables are displayed on toggle side-panel. Pilots can choose from different types of maps, aircraft icons and units of measurement.
All apps are compatible with FSX and FS2004 via FSUIPC. Apps in development are for iPad - a complete radio panel, a full G/A analog cockpit and a simple pushback app for iPhone.