V-Cockpit GPS Lite - All in one (Compass, Altimeter, Speedometer, HUD, ...)

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  • Last update: 8 years ago
  • Version: 2.1
  • Size: 3.1 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Alexander Gross
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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V-Cockpit GPS Lite - All in one (Compass, Altimeter, Speedometer, HUD, ...) Review

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V-Cockpit GPS Lite - All in one (Compass, Altimeter, Speedometer, HUD, ...) Review

Jump into a jet's cockpit, strap on your seatbelt and blast into the sky with V-Cockpit GPS. It features a unique, photorealistic way of displaying all your iPhone’s sensory data. Bored on train or bus ride? Load V-Cockpit GPS and experience mundane things as a passenger in a whole new way. GPS has never been so much fun!

- Cockpit
- Compass
- Responsive jet sounds
- Aircraft alerts (pull up, stall)
- Fully configurable units (mph, km/h, m, ft) and sounds
- Online help

Speed, altitude, vertical speed, g-force, compass, artificial horizon.
V-Cockpit GPS is designed to be as accurate as possible, but it is limited by the iPhone's sensor accuracy. GPS accuracy also depends on your location, speed and surroundings.

Not for operational use. Do not use while driving or doing tasks that require your attention. Do not use it as primary means of navigation.

Only in the full version:
- Calibration of the artificial horizon
- Fullscreen zoom on each instrument
- Diagrams for all displayed data
- Realistic radio chatter
- Supports all device orientations
- Knots speed unit


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  • A
    Hey all. This is beautifully done output from your GPS, accelerometer, and compass. It's not a game, flight sim, nor is it magical. Just the facts. If you've ever used GPS you already know that GPS wasn't designed for altitude and is notoriously bad about getting good altitude readings. You need signal from at least 4 satellites for starters. Their positions in the sky has huge bearing on results. A lot of times the angles are so shallow that it is tough to discern. I suspect it may work better if you are closer to the equator than I am. Bottom line, GPS altitude is roughly in the ball park. The rest of the GPS data is okay. Remember too that the phone's GPS calculations aren't as fast as a dedicated receiver. Doesn't update as fast. All that means is you have to wait a little longer for readings to settle in. The graphics are extremely well done. This app looks great! It's fun and works fine for what it is too. For the price you can't go wrong. The full paid for version is worth it too. (the HUD is cool) Enjoy!
  • b
    Good idea, but both the free and pay versions suffer from erratic display data. The speedometer jumps all over, but particularly the graphs -- which I could come to love if they worked -- don't scroll to the right, but continually decrease scale, which on a longer trip just compresses all the data points so close together as to be meaningless. There needs to be a way to set the scale and have the setting hold between application uses.
  • B
    1 year ago
    Very fan to use, and usefull as well. Works good, measures are fine for such an app. Dont expect a precise work, but quit enough for me.Very fan to use, and usefull as well. Works good, measures are fine for such an app. Dont expect a precise work, but quit enough for me.Would like to have more themes.

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