Red Waypoint for DJI Drones (Spark compatible!) APK

Version 1.1.6 - red.waypoint.RedWaypoint

Plan your flight, fly autonomously, focus on recording your videos

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Download Version 1.1.6 (25)
Apk Size58.59 MB
App DeveloperRedWaypoint
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagered.waypoint.RedWaypoint.apk

Download Red Waypoint for DJI Drones (Spark compatible!) 1.1.6 APK

App Description

Red Waypoint for DJI Drones (Spark compatible!) is waypoint,redwaypoint,maps,navigation, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit RedWaypoint website who developed it. red.waypoint.RedWaypoint.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.1.6 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 758+ times on store. You can also download red.waypoint.RedWaypoint APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Plan your flight and fly autonomously with RED WAYPOINT the new mission planner APP for DJI drones. A simple and intuitive way to plan and execute your flight.

Plan your flight in OFFLINE mode (save battery time! and get the zone map of your mission if internet is unavailable).

Focus on recording your videos with the First Person View, configure your camera and center on your shots while flying autonomously. Full screen camera view available!

Fast and easy way to create missions by just clicking a coordinate in the map. Draw path lines, circles, rectangles and grids.

Manage your missions by saving, loading and deleting.

Use the incorporated SIMULATOR for checking and validating your mission plan.

Compatible with:

  - SPARK !!!

and with the following DJI drones(NOT TESTED):

  - Mavic Air

  - Mavic Pro

  - M200, M210, M210 RTK

  - Matrice 100

  - Phantom 4, Phantom 4 Advanced, Phantom 4 Pro

  - Phantom 3, Phantom 3 Advanced, Phantom 3 Pro, Phantom 3 4K

  - Inspire 1, Inspire 1 Pro, Inspire 2

  - Matrice 600, Matrice 600 Pro


1. Configure your mission plan:

  - Drone speed:

    *Adjust the drone speed before and during the mission by setting the desired speed in km/h. The maximum Speed is 32Km/h

  - Mission mode:

    * Automatic: Point to the next waypoint. This mode is secure because the drone is always flying forward and it can detect obstacles and avoid them

    * Initial: Maintains the initial heading of the drone when starting the mission. Maintain your perspective and fly to all directions!

    * POI: Points to the Point Of Interest set on the map. Set Gimbal to Automatic mode to adjust automatically the gimbal angle and point at the desired POI altitude.

    * Virtual Control: Using the circular joystick on the screen the heading is controlled manually

    * Custom: Automatically points to the next waypoint heading setting. This option offers a flexible heading for your needs. Set Gimbal to Automatic mode to adjust automatically the gimbal to the custom gimbal angle.

  - Action after mission finishes:

    * None: Drone stops and maintains the final position and attitude.

    * Go Home: Drone starts going home automatically.

    * Auto Land: Drone starts landing 

    * Loop: Repeat the same mission without stopping creating loops.

  - Gimbal control:

    * Manual: Control the gimbal manually with the seekbar.

    * Automatic: Automates your gimbal position by assigning to each waypoint a custom angle.

 - Gimbal movement:

    * Speed: Move the gimbal at the selected movement speed.

    * Time: Move the gimbal with an elapsed time.

2. Play/Pause/Stop your autonomous flight!

3. Flexible! Change the mission plan configuration during the mission without stopping your flight.

4. Check your planned mission by simulating the flight. (Needs to be connected to the drone) 

App ChangeLog

  • Added feature: Gimbal Auto mode smoothed movement
  • Added feature: AutoShot button
  • Bug Fixed: Removing point crashed

App Screens

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Bandi Bandi-avatar

    Bandi Bandi

    Login, registration, planning OK. When connecting to Mini2 the following malfunctions occur: - the APP does not identifiy Mini2, instead an 'unidentified drone connected' message appears - the APP is unable to receive any information on the battery. The charge value is always 0% in red - no way to enter correct max flight altitude and distance value. Instead a 'yoe have exceeded the maximum...' message comes up and the settings return 0 value

  2. Brad Olson-avatar

    Brad Olson

    It looked good but I don't like the way it controls my phantom 3 standard. The land command is either unresponsive or super slow. While flying a mission I get a warning about max vertical speed exceeded. I cancel the mission & hover & I still get the warning! The worst part though, is how it stresses the motors. Every 5 seconds or so they scream for a couple seconds like a throttle stuck wide open. I'm not putting my equipment through that anymore. Uninstalling. (regrettably, it looked nice)

  3. Mike Snyder-avatar

    Mike Snyder

    Worked good on my Android phone but wouldn't work on older tablet I use to fly with DJI go app. Did a couple neat courses and it worked flawless . Found that it doesn't record the flight data to check in the DJI app. If your tracking your mileage it might be a problem. Using it on a Phantom 3 standard. If the weather stays good, I'll check the camera settings out more. Looks good so far.

  4. Anthony Perry-avatar

    Anthony Perry

    First, this is the only app that I can find that supports the Spark. Second, I had to reach out to the development team for clarification of a few things and their customer service was fantastic, and I am giving five stars for the first rate customer service. I am happy to recommend this app to anyone who is interested in autonomous drone flying.

  5. Ryan Kammerer-avatar

    Ryan Kammerer

    This app looks great. Just what I was looking for to set a flight path for my spark. However, I can't get it to stay open while connected to my drone. Constantly shuts down or ads pop up. Wasn't able to even get to a saved flight. Android update perhaps? Used on a Pixel 3.

  6. Bob Howard-avatar

    Bob Howard

    Not quite there. App is extremely immature and seems to have been written once without any updates. 1. None of the previous settings are remembered. So you must reset even the most basic settings for each flight. 2. Each way point needs you to manually input the altitude. If you miss one of your waupoints, then the drone will go to 99 feet. 3. No gridlines. Adjustable grid lines seems like a critical feature, yet this lacks even the basics. 4. No auto flight plan if you lose signal.

  7. VT VT-avatar

    VT VT

    Has weird crashes with the Smart Controller if you start the drone before the controller. The app seems most stable if you launch it, wait for it to initialize, make sure you can tap settings or unlock to see that it's not frozen, then start your drone. This is with the Mavic Air 2 so maybe these are new bugs or just with the Smart Controller. If you close the app then try to restart it you can get into a looped state of crashes that takes 2-5 force stops before it will all initialize correctly again. Seems easier to just shut everything off and do it in the correct order (Smart Controller on first with the app, then turn drone on). Also if this helps the developer during force stop/restart situation, when the app finally works, I get a "Your country code has been changed" message, I click OK then the app works like normal. Also I'm in USA. Also need an official way to download the APK file to the Smart Controller. Maybe the Amazon App Store since the Google Play store says the App isn't compatible.

  8. itx itxski-avatar

    itx itxski

    I have Mavic Mini, drone old few days only. I installed the application and managed to register and connect the drone. But I don't have a camera image at all, just a black screen. Is there perhaps a problem with the software? The phone is new xiaomi 9a, 64bit architecture but android 10 is 32bit. Does your software work the same as DJI FLY, ie only on 64bit android, or can it be 32bit? And is that why I don't see the picture from the camera on the phone, ie in your program?

  9. Rory Lang-avatar

    Rory Lang

    Works with justvyour phone and the sparks wifi. I paid $4.77 to use the virtual stick missions. And i still cant use them as it states in the app. I wish i could get my money back or have it applied to the pro version because i would like to buy it but not at $14 dollers on top of the $4.77 i already spent. Even in my situation I believe the app could be a good contender in thev autonomous flight apps. The only one i have bern ablr to use with only wifi on my Android.

  10. Tobias-avatar


    Pretty disappointed: 3 test waypoints all at the same altitude made the AC go up and down like climbing stairs. It says you can "ramp" if you buy PRO but it's still disappointing if it can't fly flat on a fixed altitude.It seems to conflict with Fly App of my Mini. I rarely get the aircraft to connect and usually only after setting the app to open as soon as the connection is made (same using the Android connection menu). When it connects the app works fine but it's a bit cumbersome.