Infinite Flight is one of the most comprehensive flight simulators you will find for Windows Phone and possibly any other mobile platform. Since it's release, the app has been updated several times adding new features and planes to the mix. With Infinite Flight you can fly everything from a bi-plane to the Space Shuttle.
...or in my case, barely get the aircraft off the ground only to stall out and crash into the countryside.
Infinite Flight was recently updated to version 2.5 and adds the following features to the simulator.
- Multitouch support
- A button to restore purchases in the settings page
- Added camera motion (panning + zoom) in Virtual Cockpit
- P-38 Lighting with Virtual Cockpit
- New Oshkosh Scenery
- Support for Runway Types (Asphalt, Concrete, Grass, Dirt)
The update brings Infinite Flight's fleet of planes to fourteen with three flight regions (San Francisco Bay, Southern California and Oshkosh). If you're into flight simulators, Infinite Flight is a must have app for your Windows Phone. It's really an impressive app for your Windows Phone.
There is a trial version available for Infinite Flight with the full version running $4.99. You can find it all here at the Windows Phone Marketplace.
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