FPV Freerider FREE

Please read this description:
This is a RC flight simulator, not a game. You might find that the controls are hard, but that's because it's made to mimic flying a real life racing quadcopter.
Supports physical controllers. It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to use a good physical controller, it makes flying so much easier and more enjoyable compared to using touchscreen controls.

Fly (and crash!) all you want regardless of rain, wind, sleet or snow.
Supports first person view (FPV) and line of sight (LOS) flying.
Includes self-leveling and acro mode.

This simulator requires a powerful device. You will get best performance if you select low resolution and low graphics quality on the main menu. Also, if possible activate "Performance Mode" or similar in your phone settings to get the best performance.

Note: This demo is just so you can try if it works on your setup. The quad in this demo has deliberately sluggish settings. In the full version you can tune the settings precisely to your liking.

This demo includes one scene (the desert). The full version of FPV Freerider includes six sceneries as well as a racetrack generator that can generate millions of tracks by procedural generation. The full version also has setup options for rates, camera and physics, as well as 3D flight mode for inverted flying. The full version also supports Google Cardboard type VR goggles.

Touchscreen controls support mode 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Mode 2 is default input:

Left stick - Throttle/Yaw
Right stick - Pitch/Roll

If the simulator doesn't work on your device, it doesn't work, simple as that. Most probably nothing to be done about it. Giving a low rating does not help.

If your device supports USB OTG and you have the right cable you can try to use a USB gamepad/controller for better control.
Physical controllers are configurable between mode 1,2,3 and 4.
There is no guarantee that it will work with your device/controller, please try this free demo first to see.

Controllers that have been used successfully include FrSky Taranis, Spektrum, Devo, Turnigy and Eachine radios, Xbox, Playstation, Moga and Logitech gamepads, Realflight and Esky USB controllers. Please try this free demo version to see if it will work with your particular setup.

User manual (PDF)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwSDHIR7yDwSelpqMlhaSzZOa1k/view?usp=sharing

portable drone / multirotor / quadrocopter / miniquad simulator
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What's New

- Now uses the new Expo and Superexpo curve system (which is fixed in this demo but fully adjustable in the full version)
- Ability to choose the amount of deadzone for USB input - large, medium, small, off (in the main menu)
- 64 bit support
- Fixed a couple of issues in the last release

(The new app permissions requested are because Unity (the engine used for development) automatically adds them, FPV Freerider itself doesn't need any special permissions)
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Additional Information

Updated
September 2, 2019
Size
23M
Installs
500,000+
Current Version
2.9
Requires Android
4.1 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
FPV Freerider
Developer
John Holmvall Dragongatan 12A 903 22 Umeå SWEDEN
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