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  • Mike
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    Originally posted by simon_rp View Post
    Hi,
    I have the pro app running on an iPad 2 and have some issues. When I select the option to view the sky (big 'radar' icon at the top) the compass appears to be incorrect. When I point the iPad directly East (90) the FR24 app says I'm pointing on a bearing of around 160. This offset of 70 degrees appears constant.
    Any ideas how I can fix this? It does not happen in any other apps (so the compass works properly, it's definitely a FR24 issue) and it's very frustrating.
    FR24 does not have an own compass, but we get the value from the system. Have you tried to rotate the unit to portrait mode, as I have seen strange values on iPad in landscape mode in some cases?

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  • simon_rp
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    Hi,
    I have the pro app running on an iPad 2 and have some issues. When I select the option to view the sky (big 'radar' icon at the top) the compass appears to be incorrect. When I point the iPad directly East (90) the FR24 app says I'm pointing on a bearing of around 160. This offset of 70 degrees appears constant.
    Any ideas how I can fix this? It does not happen in any other apps (so the compass works properly, it's definitely a FR24 issue) and it's very frustrating.

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  • Bram
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    When clicking an aircraft to open the "label", all the text in the label is slightly blurred. It wasn't like this before.
    This is on an iPad 2 16GB. iOS 6.1.3

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  • airportmucfan
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    Super cool new FR24-APP! Very awesome!!!!!!!

    But for the perfect Flighttracker you should talk to Apple that Apple Users also have the coloured flight path.

    What the other users say to this suggestion?

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  • noiprocs
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    Okay
    Thank's

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  • FR24support
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    The new 3D feature works on iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 4th gen., iPad 2 and later as long as you're using iOS 6 or above.

    To use 3D, please click on an aircraft to open the label. Then choose the blue right pointing arrow to open the aircraft details window.

    Just below the photo, to the left you should see "3D"

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  • noiprocs
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    Hi,

    I bought flightradar24pro for my iPhone 4 with all options.
    I can't see cocpit view as seen on itunes stores??

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  • FR24_Dev
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    Originally posted by FR24_Dev View Post
    I will hopefully test the app very soon on a iOS 7 device, and then I can tell if it works as it should or not.
    The Flightradar24 app (pro & premium) seems to work just fine on a iOS 7 device.

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  • borgona
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    Originally posted by FR24_Dev View Post
    The Pro app is a one-time payment only. It's the premium service that has a time based fee.
    Within the Pro app, there are 3 in-app features, each at 99cents:
    1. Enables to see the distinct aircraft model types directly on the map. Without this, all planes look the same, except for the helicopters.
    2. Enables to see all the arriving flights to an airport.
    3. Enables to have unlimited number of customized alerts. An alert is a notification when certain specific criteria is met, like if you want to know when a A380 passes near a chosen location.
    Thank you!

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  • FR24_Dev
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    Originally posted by sirsteve View Post
    Apple have just announced a new Ios-7 updated operating system due out soon, what do FR24/7 recommend , do we wait till you have tested FR24/7 with the new OS or are we free to update, would hate to lose FR24/7 on my iphone.
    I will hopefully test the app very soon on a iOS 7 device, and then I can tell if it works as it should or not.

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  • FR24_Dev
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    Originally posted by borgona View Post
    Hi guys,

    I'm about to buy the Pro app for iOS. What I'd like to know is if it's a one-time-payment or not. There isn't a monthly cost, correct? Also, I hear there are some additional apps that could be bought inside the app itself. What can you tell me about these?

    Thank you in advance!
    The Pro app is a one-time payment only. It's the premium service that has a time based fee.
    Within the Pro app, there are 3 in-app features, each at 99cents:
    1. Enables to see the distinct aircraft model types directly on the map. Without this, all planes look the same, except for the helicopters.
    2. Enables to see all the arriving flights to an airport.
    3. Enables to have unlimited number of customized alerts. An alert is a notification when certain specific criteria is met, like if you want to know when a A380 passes near a chosen location.

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  • sirsteve
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    Apple have just announced a new Ios-7 updated operating system due out soon, what do FR24/7 recommend , do we wait till you have tested FR24/7 with the new OS or are we free to update, would hate to lose FR24/7 on my iphone.

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  • borgona
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    Hi guys,

    I'm about to buy the Pro app for iOS. What I'd like to know is if it's a one-time-payment or not. There isn't a monthly cost, correct? Also, I hear there are some additional apps that could be bought inside the app itself. What can you tell me about these?

    Thank you in advance!

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  • DennisC
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    And all of a sudden, as of may 29th, it's all working again.
    There must have been some server issue?

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  • DennisC
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    Just to make things even more confusing:
    Alerts for airlines works fine.
    Alerts for models (A38, B74, B77) don't work at all.
    A server issue again?

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