To download the Android Spidertracks app, go to the Google Play store. Select the Spidertracks app and install it on your phone.
You will want to login to the app with your normal user name and password used on the https://go.spidertracks.com/ website.
A full mobile application user guide can be found here: Mobile User Guide
Your flying page shows the last location of each aircraft.
Click on an aircraft to see the last position report and then click view details to view the actual track.
Viewing a flight
Each position report is shown in the track and the GPS information is displayed. You can use the arrows to navigate to the next or previous point or use the slider to jump to any point in the track.
The history page shows the historical flights created by your aircraft.
View the list of aircraft by expanding the map controls menu in the top right corner of the flights screen and clicking the search icon. A green dot next to an aircraft indicates an active aircraft, blue an aircraft in watch mode, red an aircraft in SOS mode and grey an inactive aircraft. You can view the most recent track for an aircraft by selecting it from the list.
View the weather overlay options by expanding the map controls menu in the top right corner of the flights screen and clicking the cloud icon. From here you can select and apply the following live weather overlays provided by Baron Weather:
- Radar products (Australia, Canada, USA and Global)
- Global IR Satellite
- Global Winds Aloft (1000ft, 5000ft, 10000ft)
Spidertxt is an additional paid add on feature that allows you to communicate with all users in your organisation via wifi, mobile data and Iridium when paired with a spider. Click the blue pencil button to create a new message, click the a message thread to view previous conversations.
This is where you will find additional features such as Spider Connection, Settings, Help and Account information.