Works but slow The concept is nice, worked first time, but the gauges aren't smooth and have a slow update rate making it unusable for precision flying.
Works well I like it, but could use bigger buttons on a phone size display. Setup buttons are too small and half off the screen. Also would like to see a different air speed. If we could skin it I could use my Challenger II gauge. Other than that seems like a great app.
Great app for the best flight sim ever. Must have for serious simmers and enthusiast of xplane.
Flight Sim remote panel Awesome, got it and it's working.
Works great Getting firewall to allow the port to get through was my hardest part. Everything else was done in a few minutes. This works great as a ultralight simulator instrument panel. Would like to see gauges go full screen, and make properties buttons show up when screen is touched. Also use swipe to switch between profiles. Add more instruments. Provide your test app for free (as you do). Then do in-app charges for the additional widgets. $1 each? Add each knob, switch and dial from a Cessna 172 panel. Trim wheel with touch control would be good. Let go of Qt. It's holding you back. Complicates the install and gives a non-standard Android feel to it. Add capability to process MAVLINK data. Then you can use this to monitor ArduPilot output from drones. Parsers already in open source.
- Support for newest Android devices
- No need for extra libraries or additional downloads; it is now a single bundle (no "Ministro" needed) since it is based on the newest Qt Mobile Indie framework
- You have to download and copy the a version of X-Plane simulator *plugin* from the home site: https://sites.google.com/site/baltazarstudios/xplaneremote
- Plugin supports Windows (32 and 64 bit), Linux (32 and 64 bit) and MacOSX on which you can run X-Plane simulator
Crafting, building and plane simulator. Flying & Exploration lite blocky world