miraclepieco wrote:Can you guys actually see the screen on a cell phone in flight?
Thanks. I looked it up - sound like transflective technology has (ironically) disappeared. There are lots of great apps I'd love to use, but alas on a bright day my Samsung screen looks like the proverbial black cat in a coal bin at midnight. Oh well, I'll have to be content to have more time to actually LOOK where I'm flying, enjoy the scenery and be a more alert and safer pilot, I guess.
Miraclepieco,miraclepieco wrote: ↑Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:08 pmMy phone also stays on as a tracker. Life360 Family Locator app has transformed my wife's (ie chase driver) involvement in my flying. She sees my real-time location in Google Satellite View and can follow my every move. When I land it automatically transmits turn-by-turn driving directions to her, then I can track her progress as she drives to pick me up. It's rendered all other communication and retrieval systems obsolete.
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