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Please add KAPF airport👊🏽💪🏽
Taiwan is part of China! It cannot appear in country options
When I’m done with the app on my iPad I swipe to close, yet the app will somehow turn on and connect to my headphones or car Bluetooth if my iPad signal is left on. This app for whatever reason just starts playing even though it isn’t loaded/opened. It’s quite annoying. Other than that the app works well though the radio are difficult to hear though that’s common in aviation anyway. Over all worth the money I just wish it only turned on when I told it to.
I bought this app to be able to listen to Lunken control tower. I’m getting only Cincinnati approach control . Should be able to enter specific frequency and get that communication.
This app is good! I was debating buying it because you can listen for free online but it is much easier and efficient on the app. One thing I think would make it easy 5 stars is to add some sort of comment section/discussion board where listeners can chat about the things they hear, I feel like most listeners are ATC or studying ATC so a discussion board can be a good place to communicate.
I can hear the pilots but not the tower information KBNA Nashville. After the last update it went away. It worked perfect before the update. It tells me Tower frequ. is 118.600?
No pittsburgh, no Cleveland. I live near both. I would like to have them.
Could these be added to the app?
I listen frequently and enjoy the app just as it is!
I am surprised at some of the tiny airports that are in this app, while other class c/d are not. Example- Leadville, CO is available, but Pueblo KPUB is not... Overall, the app is simple to use and provides clear audio.