• FS Navigation Map for Android New Version

    Drubware FS Navigation Map

    At drubware we would like to announce that a new version of FS Navigation Map has been published in Google Play for Android tablets and phones.

    The aim of this app is to quickly give essential information about airports and navaids before and during simulation flights.

    With FS Navigation Map, the user can see over a map where airports, ILS, VORs, NDBs and waypoints are located, together with relevant information like frequencies, heading (for ILS), etc. and the ability to search for specific spots.

    Moreover, with this new version, we have added the functionality (in beta phase) to connect to the running simulator and track the flight in real time. Right now, there are plugins available for FSX (regular and Steam Edition) and X-Plane 64 bits.

    The url of the app in Google Play is:

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.drubware.navdatamobile

    And to download the required plugins:

    http://fsnavmap.drubware.net


    6 Comments
    1. Barkingside's Avatar
      Barkingside -
      Android - read - What a pain in the neck.
    1. DrawyahGames's Avatar
      DrawyahGames -
      Gonna give this a shot tonight! As a user of FSMovMap for so long, this is definitely appealing to me as a user!!!
    1. Daniel.T's Avatar
      Daniel.T -
      Please, give us feedback about the app.
      As a user of GMap(work well on both IOS & Android) I'm a little perplex of conflict running both "server".
    1. dbphiladelphia's Avatar
      dbphiladelphia -
      I'll definitely give this a try ASAP. FSMovMap is OK, but likes to drop out on me. An app that ports the default GPS would also be very helpful!
    1. icon22's Avatar
      icon22 -
      Look at all the permissions Drubware want you to give it!! What's that all about? Scary!
    1. aleix's Avatar
      aleix -
      Quote Originally Posted by icon22 View Post
      Look at all the permissions Drubware want you to give it!! What's that all about? Scary!
      What do you mean? In this case I don't see any strange permission.