PowerUp 3.0

PowerUp 3.0


Pilot the PowerUp 3.0, first ever Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane, using the PowerUp app.

Fold It: Simply fold a piece of copier paper into a paper airplane.

Attach It: Attach the PowerUp 3.0 Smart Module to your paper airplane.

Connect It: Connect to your PowerUp Smart Module by Bluetooth and you are ready to fly. Bluetooth Smart technology will provide up to 180 feet of range.

Fly It: Push throttle to full and launch the paper airplane high up into the sky. Tilt your smartphone to the left or to the right to steer your plane, increase or reduce throttle to go up or down.

Easy intuitive flying: The PowerUp 3.0 Smart Module is programmed to compensate thrust when you turn right or left. So even beginners can enjoy sharp turns and stunts.

Endless Airplane Designs: You can create endless designs from slow fliers and speedy jets that will fly with your PowerUp 3.0 Smart module, it is all up to your imagination.

- The Top half of the screen displays an artificial cockpit-like horizon that responds to your hand movements.
- The App displays the current battery level and signal strength level which represents the flight range.
- The App will also show charging status and indicate when battery is full.

*Note: This App requires the PowerUp 3.0 Smart module and will not work without it. More information is available at http://poweruptoys.com

Recent changes:
- Fixes the connection bug. All phones with Bluetooth Smart should now be able to connect with the PowerUp.
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About PowerUp 3.0
Pilot the PowerUp 3.0, first ever Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane, using the PowerUp app.

Fold It: Simply fold a piece of copier paper into a paper airplane.

Attach It: Attach the PowerUp 3.0 Smart Module to your paper airplane.

Connect It: Connect to your PowerUp Smart Module by Bluetooth and you are ready to fly. Bluetooth Smart technology will provide up to 180 feet of range.

Fly It: Push throttle to full and launch the paper airplane high up into the sky. Tilt your smartphone to the left or to the right to steer your plane, increase or reduce throttle to go up or down.

Easy intuitive flying: The PowerUp 3.0 Smart Module is programmed to compensate thrust when you turn right or left. So even beginners can enjoy sharp turns and stunts.

Endless Airplane Designs: You can create endless designs from slow fliers and speedy jets that will fly with your PowerUp 3.0 Smart module, it is all up to your imagination.

- The Top half of the screen displays an artificial cockpit-like horizon that responds to your hand movements.
- The App displays the current battery level and signal strength level which represents the flight range.
- The App will also show charging status and indicate when battery is full.

*Note: This App requires the PowerUp 3.0 Smart module and will not work without it. More information is available at http://poweruptoys.com

Recent changes:
- Fixes the connection bug. All phones with Bluetooth Smart should now be able to connect with the PowerUp.

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A Google User
5 days ago
Not working on Nexus 4 I found the plane on the bluetooth but it's impossible to connect to it (Nexus 4 stock 4.4.4) No answer from the support on my mail sent 10 days ago :-(
A Google User
Sep 3, 2014
Very nice A fun app to complement the hardware. An issue I ran into: - After the app reconnected to the engine, changing the throttle sometimes had no effect, requiring app restart. Running Samsung Galaxy S3 running 4.4.2
A Google User
Sep 1, 2014
Almost There super fun, but...the app needs landscape mode, so I can control with both hands. Also, I had to use my iPad to do the initial connection.
A Google User
Sep 1, 2014
Not connecting with a Nexus 4 Somehow it connected once to my Nexus 4 the first time. Haven't been able to connect again. Very dissapointing
A Google User
Aug 30, 2014
Cooollllll