Well in summary thank you for all the feedback but you seem to be enjoying them!
A couple of questions have cropped up so I though it would be best to summarise some of the common mistakes and how not to set up alerts. If you wanted to see how to set up alerts then see my last blog post which gave some pointers on it.
A lot of people have asked about squawk codes…Continue
Added by Lee Armstrong on July 29, 2011 at 14:50 — No Comments
Also new to version 2.60 released yesterday and largely overshadowed by the alerts feature was the addition of new plane models to the apps!
As you can see from the sample below they are very distinct and hopefully it will help you identify those aircraft without having to drill down into it. As usual this is part of the free upgrade to the latest version and early feedback so far has been great!
We have also added these icons in Yellow and Black as these…Continue
Added by Lee Armstrong on July 27, 2011 at 8:40 — No Comments
We have been very busy at pinkfroot testing our alerts feature for our iOS apps and we are pleased to say that it has been released today!
Here is a quick rundown so that you can see what it looks like and how to configure it to get some cool alerts! We have been playing around with it for a few weeks now and have noticed some really nice things happening! This is a rundown on the iPhone version but the screens are almost identical in the iPad…Continue
Next year I am looking on going to America for a spotting holiday i have already been to LAX which was fantastic for spotting however if other ariports are better for spotting i would prefer a change