Radar Spotter

Radar Spotter


It has never been easier to see what's going on overhead. All you have to do is pointing your phone to the plane in the sky like taking a photo to get all the detailed information about it.

Do you want to impress your friends? Do you want to know where this 9 o'clock flight you see every day is flying to? Are you an aviation enthusiast or a plane spotter who wants to see what flight will arrive next at the local airport? Then this tool is the right choice for you. It is useful for anyone who wants aircraft information instantly and it is surely a nice gag too.

What makes us different?
There are various sites at the internet providing you with online radar views and radar apps. So why choose this one?
We are the fastest, because we restrict to targets you can really spot at your location. As we do not deliver a huge amount of unnecessary data, we are also the leanest when it comes to bandwith consumption. We are focussed on usability, not on eye-candy-round-edged-boxes-with-colored-gradients. No unnecessary clicks with our unique concept. We are the quickest when the question comes to find the target. What could be easier than pointing to the aircraft you want details for? Last but not least augmented reality is a crucial part of the usability concept even available in the base version, not just another nice feature, like in flightradar24 or planefinder.

Need help? Visit our website www.radarworkx.com or watch live traffic at radarbox24.com

Recent changes:
chg: buttons extended to improve text readability in slav languages
add: russian locale (Привет!)
fix: google play in-app billing security update
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3.6
User ratings
2087
Installs
100,000+
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About Radar Spotter
It has never been easier to see what's going on overhead. All you have to do is pointing your phone to the plane in the sky like taking a photo to get all the detailed information about it.

Do you want to impress your friends? Do you want to know where this 9 o'clock flight you see every day is flying to? Are you an aviation enthusiast or a plane spotter who wants to see what flight will arrive next at the local airport? Then this tool is the right choice for you. It is useful for anyone who wants aircraft information instantly and it is surely a nice gag too.

What makes us different?
There are various sites at the internet providing you with online radar views and radar apps. So why choose this one?
We are the fastest, because we restrict to targets you can really spot at your location. As we do not deliver a huge amount of unnecessary data, we are also the leanest when it comes to bandwith consumption. We are focussed on usability, not on eye-candy-round-edged-boxes-with-colored-gradients. No unnecessary clicks with our unique concept. We are the quickest when the question comes to find the target. What could be easier than pointing to the aircraft you want details for? Last but not least augmented reality is a crucial part of the usability concept even available in the base version, not just another nice feature, like in flightradar24 or planefinder.

Need help? Visit our website www.radarworkx.com or watch live traffic at radarbox24.com

Recent changes:
chg: buttons extended to improve text readability in slav languages
add: russian locale (Привет!)
fix: google play in-app billing security update

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A Google User
Feb 16, 2015
Fine
A Google User
Feb 15, 2015
Not very helpful.
A Google User
Feb 3, 2015
It's cool
A Google User
Jan 26, 2015
Bought the $2.99 upgrade and still can't get app to work. I want my cash back! This app doesn't seem to work with HTC one (m8). Wth
A Google User
Jan 23, 2015
Not working Clean, easy interface. Great concept. Doesn't seem to work on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Heading and/or elevation seems to be inverted and it never shows any aircraft. If I can get a fix (or workaround) I know I'll like it.