The mobile WiFi App for the Drift HD Ghost is now available for iPhone compatible users. For full details on the app please visit the DriftApp page or click here which includes a guide on how to use and upload the app.
Download the App from the UK store.
Download the App here from the U.S store.
The Drift HD Ghost comes WiFi enabled to communicate with compatible IOS and Android smartphones to a distance of up to 90m (295ft). Combined with the Drift App, the Drift Datalink™ system allows full remote control of your Drift HD Ghost ensuring you will always have the best angle and the perfect shot. The Drift App is available in the Apple App Store™ and is coming soon to Google Play™. Search for ‘Drift App’.
• Low latency preview enables extremely fast shot framing and setup
• Preview and download videos and photos directly to your phone for sharing on your favourite social media sites.
• Filters media type for playback in gallery
• Intuitive design, easy to use interface
• Gives you full remote control of the Drift HD Ghost to record, take photos and change settings
• Setup and playback shots with the view screen
• Monitor your cameras battery life and SD card level
• Wireless connection of up to 90m (295ft)
• Completely free to download
• The Drift App WILL NOT WORK until the user has updated to the latest Drift HD Ghost Firmware Version (188.8.131.52 or newer)
• For optimal connection stability deactivate the 2-way Remote Control from the Drift HD Ghost settings menu.
The Drift App works only with Drift HD Ghost and is not compatible with older Drift cameras.
For Apple™ iOS:
• iPhone 4, 4S & 5 (iOS 4.3, 5 & 6)
• iPod Touch 4 (iOS 4.3, 5 & 6)
• iPad 2 & 3 (iOS 4.3,5 & 6)
Coming soon to Android. (Beginning of 2013)
Android users please see below
Dear Android Users,
Mobile app design is a new field of development for us, in order to ensure optimal performance and minimize development time we were forced to work on one platform at a time. This prevented us from facing any new issues twice along the development process. The sole reason we decided to develop on the IOS platform first was because it generally takes longer for apps to be approved on this platform. The decision to develop the IOS app first will result in a shorter release gap between the two platforms with the longer process having been dealt with first.