DJI GO 4 App updated for Android

DJI has released its latest update to the DJI GO 4 app for the Android platform. This update follows the iOS update on February 13th. This does not bring the App up to the iOS version number 4.04, but strangely is versioned 4.0.3

Here are the updates to the app:

Inspire 2 (with version 1.0.240 firmware)

  • Added CSG switch in TapFly
  • Added Profile Mode in ActiveTrack
  • Added support for setting parameters in Tripod Mode
  • Optimized smart LED settings
  • Added FPV display(smartphone version)

Mavic Pro

  • Enabled notifications when installing or removing the propeller cage
  • Add an AFC switch

Editor

  • Added file-sharing support for WeChat
  • Added Transitions

General

  • Added offline map support
  • Added Facebook Live support

Here is the link to the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=dji.go.v4

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