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AR.Freeflight 2.2 was removed from iTunes last month due to the need for patents’ clarification on accelerometer and...

Originally shared by Gary Mortimer

AR.Freeflight 2.2 was removed from iTunes last month due to the need for patents’ clarification on accelerometer and absolute control. In the meantime, we have enriched AR.Race2  App (version 2.2) with a free piloting mode in order for our customers using iOS devices to continue enjoying flying the AR.Drone.

We’ll keep you updated. Sincerely, Parrot Team
http://www.suasnews.com/2013/04/22188/parrot-removes-freeflight-2-2-from-itunes/

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