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I'm new to the quadcopter community and am looking to plan my first mission for my drone.

As far as I can tell, the recommended mission planner is an Android app? I am hoping there is a good alternative to this for INav.

I just want to check it can leave the ground with a simple hover at 1m and land?

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This is the official recommended mission planner for INav on the Google Play Store:

From the official GitHub repo:

Mission Planner for INAV can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. There is a free version which limits number of waypoints to 5 and (very reasonably priced) paid-for version with additional functionality. The application is not open source. For questions and help the RCG "Mission Planner for INAV" thread can be used: RC Groups support forum.

There used to be an app for iOS as well, but this is no longer available on the app store.

Another app for Android is Droid Planner 2:

Droid Planner 2 can also be downloaded from the GitHub. It is free and released under GNU Public License v3.

Droid Planner only supports iNav's one-way MAVLink protocol. The following telemetry data is displayed:

  • Vehicle position on map, active flight mode, heading, altitude, speed.

  • A broken connection recovers once restored after any amount of time. The flight track remains on screen even when data link is broken -> lost model recovery. Log files can be opened in PC software Mission Planner.

More options can be found in the GitHub repo.

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