Plane Finder - 3D

Developer: pinkfroot limited

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 13 MB - Download

Description:

Plane Finder 3D shows live air traffic over detailed terrain - all in glorious 3D.

Simply pan and zoom to fly your own way around the skies.

Look up, down, head on, move around - however you like – the choice is yours!

Or why not jump on board a plane using 3D Fly Me to see the surrounding live air traffic against beautiful skies and ground terrain.

All of this is happening in real time!

Plane Finder 3D even integrates with planefinder.net!

So – how does it work? Plane Finder 3D is supported by our global ADS-B data network tracking over 12,000 aircraft around the world - all in real time! This data is delivered to you over the internet.

Our powerful 3D engine and simple controls enable you to fly amongst this real-time air traffic!

We will be updating new areas all of the time - currently Plane Finder 3D includes - London, New York, Paris, Amsterdam, Sydney, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Melbourne, Dubai, Hong Kong, Mumbai, Sao Paulo, Barcelona, Taipei, Seoul, Orlando, Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow, Mexico City, Istanbul, Prague, Dallas, Seattle, Toronto, Honolulu, Nice and Warsaw.

Some of the highlights of Plane Finder 3D are:

• Stunning real time data
• Powerful 3D engine and simple controls
• Beautiful terrain and sky detail
• Smooth contrails
• Flight numbers and flight routes
• Airline logos and callsigns

Our Plane Finder apps have been a highly rated and top ranking since 2009. We are proud to have been featured by Gizmodo, CNN, GMA, BBC, Sunday Times, Mail on Sunday, CNET, Wired, GQ Magazine and many more.

With millions of happy users, Plane Finder apps are regularly updated with innovative new features. Our support team always listen to, and reply to, feedback.

Our worldwide coverage is already fantastic and always expanding - please check www.planefinder.net to see live coverage in your area.

Important Note:
Plane Finder works by picking up real time ADS-B signals used by aircraft to transmit positional data to land based receivers. This technology is faster than traditional radar and is used for air traffic control and navigation. ADS-B is not used by all airlines or aircraft, however this is changing and the number of aircraft tracked by ADS-B is increasing all of the time.

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 1.0
Review by wzrdjr

Wow, is this bad. - Has a long way to go. All the planes are blue, meaning the liveries are not accurate. Ascending and descending pitches are far from accurate. Airports are not clearly marked. World is limited to a local square. Interface is unpolished. Keep at it and it could eventually be cool.

Found helpful by 25 out of 27 people

More Reviews for Current Version

1/5
Version 1.0
Review by Robert C - Graham, WA

Plane Finder 3D - Not ready just yet!!! - This app is not ready for prime time yet. Lot’s of potential, but no love just yet. Wished I would have read reviews first. Most of my other Pinkfroot apps are outstanding so it’s a mystery why this is so poor. I would gladly trade away all the 3D options to have it look more like Plane Finder HD for the ipad.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
1/5
Version 1.0
Review by poppaamick

Junk - Terrible graphics…totally useless...

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
2/5
Version 1.0
Review by Jimmydalegilmore

Useless - You cannot track individual flights of your choosing with this app. What you can do is watch a bunch of airplane renderings flying over major world cities. This helps almost no one, anywhere.

Found helpful by 29 out of 31 people
1/5
Version 1.0
Review by Ishbra

Extremely Horrible Application - This is an extremely buggy application, I don't know how this made it to production. The planes are not represented by type, the 3d rending is terrible, flight angles aren't even clost to realistic and the 3D flyme feature is a joke.

Found helpful by 25 out of 27 people
1/5
Version 1.0
Review by kopluxcky

plane finder - Poorly represented and useless. Money should be returned.

Found helpful by 14 out of 17 people
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