6 Awesome Drone Apps


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Hover No Fly Zone App (Continued)

Hover is an open-source app, so you can contribute data of where no-fly zones are located. The open-source data pulls information from the FAA, National Parks and the U.S. Military. As Hover points out, this is a great solution for the recent White House drone crash.

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