Only works on Santa Claus' phone Apparently none of the devices we have in the family are good enough for this app. Samsung S3? Nope. S4? Nope. Moto G? Nope. Maybe Santa Claus can enjoy this device and app.... magically. This is turning me off of funding kickstarter projects. Thanks a lot, PowerUp!
Galaxy S5 (IF YOU'RE HAVING TROUBLE SYNCING, READ THIS) Fun to play with, has a bit of a learning curve. I can't wait to really get the hang of it! It was difficult to sync at first, but it it worked right away after holding it close to my phone.
Works, but still needs improvement. I have some issues with the app refusing to reconnect sometimes when the connection to the module is lost, necessitating an entire phone reboot. If I don't manually kill the app and disable Bluetooth when I'm done flying, my battery will be dead in a few hours without any further use. Also, I haven't heard any word about twin module support (on one airplane).
Connects to modules, but throttle/rudder doesn't work, Nexus 5X. Previously-known-working Nexus 5, updated to Android 6.0, now non-functional. Won't connect at all. Reaching out to support -- hopefully I'll get a useful response.
Didn't worked I'm sorry. I just wonder why it's didn't worked on my Lenovo vibe x2. But in other my device (Lenovo A6000 plus) it's worked well... Can you fix it? Both devices work on Lollipop OS 5.0
The plane works Great but the app needs more work All of the gauges are messed up on Nexus 7 and Nividia Shield
New in v2.2.1: This minor update fixes some issues with rudder control. This update is highly recommended for all users who have v2.2.
New in v2.2: This update is all about our new, highly improved FlightAssist™ algorithm! You now have a beginner-friendly mode, and an advanced mode (default) with more control. Expert pilots can also turn it off completely.
Several bugs have also been fixed for better stability and compatibility of Bluetooth connection.
This app will guide you step by step to help you make the perfect paper airplane