I can't get it to work it just keeps verifying information and avare is connected and the map never comes up I got it working ok now I had the do not keep activities option checked in the developer options
Rajat No difference between the free and paid app. Waste of money.
Great app Will be more good if it shows the details of each planes on the map without selecting individual
Add a $18 USB Radio, OTG cable, and my Samsung 10" tablet and away you go. I set it for 978MHZ. At home I get nothing. At the airport, bam, I get lots. Now here is the downside. You can't charge the Tablet using an OTG cable. I have installed a charge cable but I'll have to pull the OTG cable and plug in the charge cable. That kind of sucks. I tried a OTG Hub, same deal, won't charge the tablet. Here is another downside. If you have the USB Radio and OTG cable plugged in when you power up the Tablet the Program says it can't find your USB radio. You have to unplug the OTG cable and plug it back in. Here is another downside. In my airplane (fiberglass) when I transmit using the comm radio it kills the USB radio, freaks it out and the ADSB Program pops up and tries to start working. In other words coming in for a landing you might want to shut down the ADSB Receiver first cause when you start talking on the radio you will lose the navigation map! So lots of downsides but when flying I saw the plane behind me, the one coming toward me when he was way far away. I knew their altitudes. It was fantastic! ADSB Receiver gets 5* as I figure out how to fix the issues.
Straight up awesome! 1090 & 978 mhz and weather for $2.49?! Are you kidding me? And it integrates perfectly with Avare (free). Awesome apps, can't say enough good stuff about them. If you fly GA and have an Android tablet and $20 for an SDR, you can't go wrong! Thanks guys!
-Initial updates for Nougat (not yet supported)
Free to use flight planning and live tracking tool for FSX, Prepar3D or XPlane