Airspace Interrogation

We are thrilled to present the highly anticipated Airspace Interrogation feature, now available at your fingertips in our latest beta version. This addition bridges the gap between the old generation of Oudie and Navigator and brings you the unparalleled functionality you’ve been longing for.

We spared no effort in perfecting this feature to ensure the best possible user experience. That way, features take longer to develop, but the end result is worth waiting for.

With a simple tap on the screen, you access a comprehensive list of airspaces, empowering you to explore and understand their coverage effortlessly. Customize your alerts with the Disable buttons, granting you the ability to pause warnings for specific airspaces temporarily or permanently. Reactivate alerts with a quick tap whenever you desire.

Discover Other Significant Enhancements

Alongside airspace interrogation. SeeYou Navigator Beta Version 2.12 comes packed with several other noteworthy features that will make your navigation experience even more comfortable. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements where we will unveil these exciting additions in detail.

Try It Out and Share Your Valuable Feedback

We invite you to be among the first to experience SeeYou Navigator Beta Version 2.12. Download the update today and explore the cutting-edge features we have prepared for you. Your feedback is crucial to our continuous improvement, and we are eager to hear your thoughts on how this latest version enhances your navigation endeavors.

Not a beta tester yet? No problem:

On Android phone: follow this link.
On iPhone: Install TestFlight, then follow this link.
On Oudie N: Go to Menu > Settings > Other > Update Navigator > Change distribution channel > Beta

Join us on the forefront of SeeYou Navigator development and embark on a journey of innovation and excellence.

Note: Please keep in mind that this version is a beta release, and we encourage you to report any issues or provide feedback to help us refine and perfect SeeYou Navigator further. Together, let’s shape the future of navigation technology!