How To View What Flights Are Overhead with your iPhone

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Have you ever been outside and seen an airplane flying over and wondered what plane that is?

Well, one cool feature Siri on the iPhone has is called Planes Overhead, where it will tell you just that.

Planes Overhead

Another cool app for finding out what plane is above you is Plane Finder AR Free which you can download in the iTunes store for free. 

Have you ever used this feature before on your iPhone?

Hat Tip: Reader Alex

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Comments

  1. Timely! I was having this same conversation in my head a few days ago. I saw two 4 engine planes going the same direction the other day and wished I knew what they were and where they were going!

    Sam

  2. In the US, these results can be delayed an indeterminate amount of time, which makes it hard to really use in dense areas.

  3. I am in Berlin right now and iori only gives me Website hits when I ask her, the first one being Wolfram. Am I doing something wrong?

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