Our US customers are important to us and we have worked hard to provide a complete tracking solution that not only tracks all planes but identifies them by flight number or callsign
(PRWEB) August 30, 2012
Ever wondered where that plane is going or where it has been? Ever wondered where a particular flight is right now or even how many engines it has? Plane Finder Apps answer these questions (and more!) and now cover every commercial scheduled flight in North America.
Planes are tracked in near real time and can be viewed simultaneously in a single map view or individually using the camera viewfinder. A wealth of information is then shown that delights the curious and the enthusiast alike.
Small development company Pinkfroot have overcome technical challenges to successfully show every commercial scheduled flight in North America. This investment hugely increases their already impressive global live virtual radar receiver network and shows their ongoing commitment to their US customers.
Plane Finder apps already have a big following in the US thanks to a media explosion around the Plane Finder Augmented Reality App (Plane Finder AR) back in 2010, but coverage gaps have been a barrier for some areas until now. Operations Director Mark Daniels says, “we’re excited to include the commercial scheduled flight data from North America as it has enabled us to significantly improve our global coverage overnight. Our US customers are important to us and we have worked hard to provide a complete tracking solution that not only tracks all planes but identifies them by flight number or call sign.”
Plane Finder products are available for iPhone, iPod and iPad in the Apple App Store, and for mobile devices in the Android Marketplace and Windows Phone Marketplace. Plane Finder is also available as a web app at http://www.planefinder.net
Pinkfroot Limited have been offering top ranking plane and ship tracking apps since 2009. The company consists of 3 enthusiasts with a passion for technology, aircraft and boats. The company was catapulted into the headlines in 2010 when their Plane Finder Augmented Reality App (Plane Finder AR) was released sparking a debate on its potentially radical uses. More background information can be obtained from Jodie(at)pinkfroot(dot)com