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FSXFollow Upgraded for Apple

FSXFollow turns your iDevice into a moving map for flight simulator.

4-Feb-2013


PositionGames

The app is not limited to operating on a network and allows you to follow your route from anywhere. It is simple to use and displays your aircraft’s current position and allows you to capture incoming screenshots.

It is compatible with FSX, FS2004 or X-Plane and includes a free PC client which is available from as a download.

Features
- Easy-to-use interface
- Universal app – works on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad
- Map supports drag to pan and pinch to zoom
- VORs and NDBs visible on Map
- Follow your flight on the go. Not limited to home network only
- Route is shown as a line on the map
- Option to publish a screenshot
- Easy setup, no entering of ip address required
- No local network needed
- Option to transfer screenshots to your iPad, iPhone and iTouch (FSX only).
- Option to automatically snap to optimal zoom level
- Free updates and additional features as they become available



http://www.fsxfollow.com/PositionGames.Com/FSXFollow.html

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