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This is a wonderful flight simulator, and I see that a lot of people are complaining about having to pay for extra features. Those who are, please read. For five dollars you are getting an amazing mobile flight simulator with over a dozen planes with liveries of actual companies and airliners. A lot of real life physics including wind, turbulence, day/night, g force, weight, and much, much more. You get to explore miles and miles of different regions around the world. There is no other mobile flight simulator with these features with that low of a price. Look at Aerofly FS 2019, it only has one region (In Southern California), less plane functions, and is a couple bucks more. X-Plane 10, only has a handful a free planes and is just a bad flight simulator. The people who are complaining are either complaining about the price or are just mad because they aren’t getting the very full game. The developers would be getting very little pay for the effort they put in if they took off the pro subscription and had to run an online server. The reason I’m taking a star off is because of the price of pro, $80 dollars a year! Although there is so much features, this is a mobile game, not a professional simulator. Make it $15-$30 a year, not $80. I would pay $40 maximum if it were a one time payment for online. If you aren’t happy with your purchase, just wait, occasionally developers will add another free plane or feature.
I bought this app a year ago, and I have loved it. It is my main simulator. For those say that the $5 is a demo, this is a lot more than a demo. You get around 8 aircraft with lots of detail and accurate physics. No other mobile flight sim comes with that many aircraft. This sim also contains stunning graphics no matter where you fly. If you buy the pro subscription, you get a whole lot more. You get nearly 40 aircraft, access to all new features in updates, global flight, and 3 multiplayer servers for each skill level. The live experience is amazing once you get used to it. You get a lot of detailed planes and thousands of worldwide airports. For those complaining about the price: I have done calculations (probably inaccurate), and this game probably costs over $3 million to operate. This sim is how it’s developers make money. Paying the 12 developers is expensive. Next, the 3 huge servers are very expensive. The satellite imagery costs nearly a million dollars. Aircraft research, the community, and other costs are thousands of dollars. Also, the yearly subscription isn’t the only option. It cost just $10 to get all these features for a month. Try it out and see how good it is. If you want to continue, buy the subscription for a longer period of time, and you will get a discount. Overall, this is a great app, and I thank the developers for all their effort that they put into this app. I hope you found this review helpful. Thanks for reading.
I have loved this flight Sim played it everyday basically. But I spent 5 bucks for the flight sim. I really don’t want to spend 10 bucks a month. There are a few planes I would love to buy I just don’t want to pay for for them monthly. I want to be able to buy planes individually instead of buying pro. You should make it that with pro you still get all the planes. But for the people who don’t want to pay monthly to play multiplayer and stuff like that can just buy the planes they want. Your responses in my opinion have been pretty dull on this subject you have been saying we have to keep the servers up and running. I get that it’s expensive but I just want to be able to buy individual planes that’s it. I really want the A350 it’s just I don’t have 10 bucks a month I want to be able to keep it and pay one fee. Thank you for reading this and can you please add it that we are able to buy individual aircraft instead of a pro thing for 10 bucks. I am not saying you should remove pro you should keep it but I think it should be for multiplayer and the map. You would probably make more money selling them in individual the aircraft. I just really want to buy the A350 and be able to keep it forever not paying 10 bucks a month. Thank you for reading this. Charge like 5-10 bucks a plane or if it’s a smaller plane 3 bucks.
This an edit of a past review I wrote two years ago which reminded me of a time during which IF was not the greatest app with regards to performance. I can't even think about that at this point - not because the issues are nonexistent now (they are no longer) - but because of such a beautiful mobile flight simulator. I commend the developers' time and effort spent on creating the most versatile mobile flight simulator on the market. I can't put it down, which is my new issue I must give a ding. The rendition of earth is beautifully crafted and accurate, the imagery is amazing. Exploring the natural beauties of our world and atmosphere from thousands of feet high for practically no cost on my part is an absolute joy. The navaid database, though not entirely complete I've realized, is still very good and importing route waypoints is a breeze, especially when you can parse out real world routes into a CSV with an app like FltPlan Go (what I've been doing...). There's still always going to be work to be done, but this global update will undoubtedly satisfy many fellow IF users for a long time before they start to worry about anything else. If you love aviation, if you are a real world pilot, if you simply love looking out the plane window during a flight (I am all of those people...), this app is definitely a must-have. I am beyond impressed. Thank you to all the devs who made this dream a reality!!!!!
It’s honestly a really good flight simulator. But seeing updates come out here and there, and they definitely focus on airbus aircrafts far more than anything else. Kind of annoying to constantly see new liveries for aircrafts you don’t care for. The new A320 live cockpit is eh, nothing special. Kind of disappointed. I’d say this game is worth $6.99 a month. The problem is, it isn’t. It’s $9.99, and no matter what, you have to renew the cost. Now I totally understand how business works. And that’s why I concluded with, it just won’t get any better than this for having such game on your phone. I definitely prefer to outright buy a game once and only once. If I had a PC, I would be running x plane as it’s far more realistic, with letting you touch and turn every knob in the cockpit. It’s also a one time payment and you’re done. You can fly anywhere. Anytime. Any aircraft. And never make continuous payments. X plane just doesn’t focus on a mobile versus, because they’re making more money from the PC. And that’s what I recommend. If you wanna get serious about a flight simulator. Get a PC, get x-plane 11 or wait for Microsoft flight simulator to come out. That’s what I’m doing. If you wanna take simulators serious via mobile then you’re looking at basically buying an iPad just dedicated to this game to be able to run everything.
Developed by Infinite Flight LLC.
Infinite Flight Simulator is ranking in Games & Simulation & Racing & Sports
Last update was at Dec 16, 2019and the current version is 19.04.02.
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Infinite Flight Simulator have a 8 010a user reviews.
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