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About VOR Tracker - IFR Trainer Navigation Simulator Pro

VOR Tracker is a small but powerful training tool for pilots. It is the only one of its kind for smartphones and tablets, as it provides the real aircraft feel which the other apps are missing!

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VOR Tracker is a real IFR simulation, so you will find no multiple choice questions or abstract explanations. You can actually practice IFR procedures in real time, using either a RMI or HSI. Wherever you are, IFR training is only two taps away!

Practice holding patterns, DME arcs, radial interceptions and 2 needle tracking. It is practice what it is all about! There is no need for explaining again and again what you already know from flight school. It is about applying your knowledge when the instruments start moving!

Chose between a VOR and NDB and get used to the different characteristics. The NDB comes with atmospheric disturbances and an adjustable dip error to match the instrument you are used to.

Don’t waste your time trying to imagine what you would do in the aircraft – just do it!

VOR Tracker is designed for:

- Student pilots who have the theoretical knowledge needed for flying IFR procedures, and want to save money by preparing for their pilot training

- Pilots who want to refresh their lateral IFR navigation skills for an upcoming check ride

- Pilots going for an assessment. Holding patterns and radial interceptions are commonly used during sim assessments and can really spoil the day. Being prepared will make the difference!

- People who have the knowledge of flying IFR procedures and want to give it a try

VOR Tracker is NOT:

- a game

- a flight simulator – it focuses on HSI/RMI navigation at a constant speed and altitude

- a flight training course teaching you how to fly IFR procedures

Still interested? Read on to find out what VOR Tracker is capable of.

- Choose between RMI or HSI

- Use the instrument like you would do in the real aircraft

- Use the map mode to verify your progress

- Lost? Use the help function to display the holding pattern entries in the map mode

- Things are going a bit too fast? Use the freeze mode to orientate

- Getting bored in straight flight? Use the fast mode

- You want to start over or change the aircraft’s position or heading? Just drag & drop, or twist the aircraft symbol

- Practice a particular holding pattern or radial interception exercise over and over again from new, random starting positions using the reposition button

- Start with no wind and increase the difficulty later on by adding wind

- Getting settled? Why not increase the aircraft’s speed in the settings menu?

- Customize your own missions and adjust the wind the way you want

- Use the hidden wind function to add a realistic challenge

- Analyze your progress in the map mode. Rewind and start over. The original track line will still be displayed for proper comparison

- Share your flights! Post your missions on Facebook or Twitter, send them to a friend, or add them to your study notes

Prepare yourself without wasting expensive flight time – use VOR Tracker to brush up your IFR skills!

VOR Tracker is the most efficient trainer for holding patterns and radial interceptions available on Google Play.

Supporting you during your IFR training, it will pay for itself in no time - promise!

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What is VOR Tracker?

VOR Tracker is a powerful training tool for pilots that allows them to practice IFR procedures in real time using a RMI or HSI. It provides a realistic aircraft feel and is available for smartphones and tablets.

Who is VOR Tracker designed for?

VOR Tracker is designed for student pilots who have theoretical knowledge of flying IFR procedures, pilots who want to refresh their lateral IFR navigation skills, pilots going for an assessment, and individuals who have knowledge of flying IFR procedures and want to give it a try.

What is VOR Tracker NOT?

VOR Tracker is not a game, a flight simulator, or a flight training course teaching how to fly IFR procedures. It focuses on HSI/RMI navigation at a constant speed and altitude.

What features does VOR Tracker offer?

VOR Tracker offers the choice between RMI or HSI, the ability to use the instrument like in a real aircraft, a map mode to verify progress, a help function to display holding pattern entries, freeze mode to orientate, fast mode for quicker flights, drag & drop or twist the aircraft symbol to change position or heading, and the ability to customize missions and adjust wind.

How can VOR Tracker help with IFR skills?

VOR Tracker allows pilots to practice holding patterns and radial interceptions, analyze progress in map mode, share flights on social media, and prepare for IFR training without wasting expensive flight time.

Is there an online demo available for VOR Tracker?

Yes, there is an online demo available at
Great App for practicing navigation skills for your IR-training!
Peter Snel
very useful app
Danie Louw
Great tool for practicing,!
Peter Bailey
Great app, somethings to improve but it's great
Rafael Manuel
Excellent procedural trainer for an HSI....highly recommend.
Greg Greenman
Fantastic. Great app. Hope you have the time to develop it further one day. Well done. Regards AB
Andrew Biner