So before I got my Phantom I had an idea for a simple webapp that would allow me to log the launch site and various other information of each use of my Phantom. Basically a flight log book but with a web interface that would add to a database or email me. I started one night and it turned into something entirely different. None of the original idea is even in what it turned out to be. I ended up thinking about when I would be using the Phantom and was curious to know how far away from my launch site certain places where. I could roughly judge things but I couldn't know for sure. How to use the app: Once the webapp has launched click on the button in the top left of the screen. This will then use your iPhones inbuilt GPS module to locate you. You may be prompted to allow the webapp to locate you, if you want it to work you'll need to do this. Once you have done this and it has located you closely enough it will display the information about where you are. What is displayed: * Textbox with your Lat,Long coordinates. * Accuracy of these coordinates. * Google Map with your location centered. * 3 colours circles on the map if accuracy level is enough. Key notes the colours meaning. * Text information about Lat/Long, Location Accuracy, Altitude, Altitude Accuracy, Date and Time information requested. * Wind information for the nearest weather stations to your area. This has only been tested in the UK but should work everywhere (let me know). Visit this link on your iOS device to use it: http://goo.gl/7FiVV Demo of the webapp in use: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWDmDo2YzMw[/youtube] Would love to know what people think. I'll eventually be making the Phantom Flight Log part of a webapp which has this above functionality as well as direct feed of DJI Twitter stream and also a light indications page which will be for quick reference when you get a sequence of lights you're not familiar with. Hope this helps some people out.