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    Precheck app to use before flight

    If you can overtake the chock of chinese characters I suggest for the user of iOS device try this app to precheck your dji machine : https://itunes.apple.com/app/preflig...217739247?mt=8

    dear Frank I posted here in Mavic section but can be use also for other dji drone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade slap View Post
    If you can overtake the chock of chinese characters I suggest for the user of iOS device try this app to precheck your dji machine : https://itunes.apple.com/app/preflig...217739247?mt=8

    dear Frank I posted here in Mavic section but can be use also for other dji drone
    Did you develop this app?

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    No unfortunately is a chinese guy , i post the link because i like to user it

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    Interesting app. However, not entirely thrilled with the companies privacy policy. Understood that nowadays its extremely hard to find anyone creating anything - especially a free app, to not use your personal information as a means of profit... But myself, I'm just not comfortable with their policy in return for what the app provides. Just a PSA and my two cents.

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    Not just the privacy policy -- that's what they advertise they do. There are thousands of apps that have been discovered to surreptitiously collect data from other apps, scrape SMS and logon screen text, and install bots that can be controlled remotely to attack other systems. Many of these apps originate in China and Russia.

    And even if the developer has no evil intent, how well do they protect your personal info from breach? I'm in infosec and every single day we see notifications of new breaches affecting tens to hundreds of thousands of users, across all industry sectors.

    So I am very selective about what apps I load on my devices.

    Anyway, though I'm not a mobile developer, I don't think that building a checklist-type app is very difficult. And it shouldn't need to upload any info to the developer, unless you want to save a log showing each pre-flight was complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bump View Post
    Not just the privacy policy -- that's what they advertise they do. There are thousands of apps that have been discovered to surreptitiously collect data from other apps, scrape SMS and logon screen text, and install bots that can be controlled remotely to attack other systems. Many of these apps originate in China and Russia.

    And even if the developer has no evil intent, how well do they protect your personal info from breach? I'm in infosec and every single day we see notifications of new breaches affecting tens to hundreds of thousands of users, across all industry sectors.

    So I am very selective about what apps I load on my devices.

    Anyway, though I'm not a mobile developer, I don't think that building a checklist-type app is very difficult. And it shouldn't need to upload any info to the developer, unless you want to save a log showing each pre-flight was complete.
    Great post and I 100% agree. I'm also in Cyber Security and completely agree that we cannot be too careful what apps are installed on a mobile device.

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