If you have an Android device, check your market for the new update. The update allows users to purchase aircraft and scenery add-ons if they wish. This is an “a la carte” style system. We hope you’ll find it more cost effective as a user to buy the aircraft/scenery that you want instead of having to buy an entirely new product for $9.99 just to get at a couple of planes that you like.

About Chris Serio

Chris is an electrical engineer and commercial pilot who got roped into software development by Ben because misery loves company.

6 comments on “X-Plane 9 for Android Updated – More Planes/Scenery

  1. Thanks for the update Ben! Now the Android version is inline with the iPhone 3G version. Here’s hoping that an Android port the iPhone 4 HD version is also in the pipeline.

    1. Chris wrote that post! He interrupted my four part series on OSM just to announce the culmination of his epic battle to make in-app purchase work on Android. Can you believe the guy?

  2. That’s awesome! I hope all the iDevice versions of x-plane could have this purchasing system. Maybe soon, please ?

  3. I purchase some plane but I can not use it until now

    I have more than 2 hour after I purchased it and stile nothing

    I have xoom new with no edit

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