Consumer drones are getting smarter every year. They are now a bunch of them available on the market that let you plan and execute missions from your smartphone. These drone mission planning iPhone apps can help too:
Hammer: a drone flight planning app for iPhone designed for DJI drones. It supports inspection, mapping, search, orbit, and light painting missions and has convenient features such as simulator, terrain follow, and 3D views. It can also work in connectionless mode.
Flight Plan for DJI Drones: lets you create flight plans to keep the camera focused on your subject with smooth transitions. It supports a wide variety of DJI drones. You can create complex flight plans and save them in the cloud.
Spark PRO: lets you get more out of your DJI Spark drone. It comes with path design tools for autonomous waypoint missions. You can use the app with any VR headset on the market. With the augmented reality mode, you get to orient yourself on the Spark video feed.
DroneDeploy: another advanced flight app for DJI drones that facilitates autonomous missions. You can create missions from anywhere and execute repeatable flights. You can also transfer images wirelessly from the drone.
Flight1: this drone mission planner combines with your Skycatch Explore1 to help you easily create flight plans. It supports multi-flight missions.
DroneBlocks: a coding app that lets you come up with missions using blocks. It works with DJI Phantom 3, DJI Phantom 4, Mavic Pro and Inspire 1 drones.
Drone Start: a flight check and planning iPhone app for drones. Once you connect your drone, the app will run a set of checks to let you know if it is safe to fly. You can also use it to create flight plans.
Litchi: another DJI drone planning app that lets you plan advanced waypoint missions. You can track objects with a simple touch gesture. Lets you shoot all kinds of panoramic videos. Lets you livestream your drone’s video feed to Facebook. Can sync your missions across all your devices.
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