Litchi for DJI Drones

Litchi for DJI Drones

By VC Technology Ltd

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2015-12-21
  • Current Version: 2.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 109.71 MB
  • Developer: VC Technology Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 523 Ratings


Unlock the full potential of your DJI Mavic / Phantom / Inspire / Spark with Litchi, everyone's favorite autonomous flight app. Compatible with: DJI Mavic Air/Pro, Phantom 4 Normal/Advanced/Pro, Phantom 3 Standard/4K/Advanced/Professional, Inspire 1 X3/Z3/Pro/RAW, Inspire 2, Spark. Waypoint and Orbit modes are supported by all DJI drones except Spark. Purchase Litchi today and get a 30% off coupon towards your subscription, exclusive to Litchi pilots, refer to for more info Feature highlights: - Virtual Reality mode compatible with most mobile VR goggles such as Freefly VR, Durovis, Homido, Cardboard etc - Move the gimbal/aircraft with your head in VR mode - Track mode: the aircraft can track any object you select on the video preview, you can also Orbit around the tracked object or have the aircraft autonomously follow the subject - Panorama mode: easily shoot horizontal, vertical and spherical panoramas - Focus mode: easily keep focus on a subject while flying your aircraft - Orbit mode with advanced settings and real time controls - Ability to pre-plan Waypoint missions without being connected to the aircraft - Waypoint missions will continue even when signal is lost - Ability to plan waypoint missions on a desktop PC/Mac at, missions can then be synced and executed with Litchi - Automatic mission sync across all your devices when logged in to your Litchi account - Draw waypoint missions with the pen tool - Setup classic Waypoint missions as well as Cable Cams, Selfies and more - Waypoint mode supports multiple Points of Interest - Customizable Bezier curves in Waypoint mode for smoother videos - 6 different waypoint actions (Stay for / Take Photo / Start Recording / Stop Recording / Rotate Aircraft / Tilt Camera) - Automatic gimbal control (Focus POI and Interpolate) - Take manual control of the aircraft during the mission to play/replay the mission on the fly including gimbal movements - Use the Panorama preset to easily shoot a horizontal panorama at waypoints - Custom RC keys functions allowing you to create missions as you fly them and more - Load and Save your missions - Livestream your drone's video feed to Facebook - Stream the video feed to a nearby device running the Litchi Vue app (for USB-based drones) - Record your iOS device screen at the tap of a button - Human readable flight logs, can be automatically uploaded to Airdata UAV - Voice feedback for important warnings - All camera settings are included - Automatic video recording Visit our website for more information:



  • Darn near perfect

    By Techadopter
    Thanks for creating an intuitive, user-friendly application to control my Mavic pro. I have used it more since downloading your app then I have the entire time I’ve on the drone.
  • Great for awesome panoramic photos

    By DLuxFarmer
    I love this for taking panoramic photos but two things. It doesn’t save to photos as a panoramic photo just a regular photo. 2. Why is there a watermark on panoramic photos. I didn’t pay $20 for this app to have a watermark.
  • Litchi VR

    By Jixxer234
    Keep getting black screen.
  • Phantom 4pro V2.0

    By Fairline Cheng
    When support for Phantom 4pro V2.0?
  • A good start . . .

    By WAvara
    I hope that most of the bugs were fixed from the beta version. I still haven't figured out why the maximum speed is limited to 33.6 mph when the Phantom 4 is capable of 45 mph. I also think we should have an option to change the speed once we arrive at the recording location. More review to come soon . . . UPDATE: I don’t use the app often, but the previous update wouldn’t “start recording” when programmed to. I wasted 2 batteries before realizing that it’s was flying the route without recording it 😡
  • I need it An alternative

    By GameHEADtime
    Dji app doesn’t let me fly anymore so I use this now thanks
  • It grows on you

    By GoldmanIam
    On my very first mission, the app made me lose my phantom 4 pro! After getting another one, I am figuring out that the app is great, but I lost my drone because it was getting too dark for the sensors to see
  • Litchi’s altitude control not yet fixed

    By altitude holder
    05/22/18. In the following I used Litchi ver. 2.1.4, P4 std, 14 satellites and iPad Air 2 Pro running IOS 11.3.1 .. I created a Waypoints flight last week, as follows: Ascending nearly vertically, climbed to the following altitudes, 10 (all in feet), 100, 200, 300, and 400. At each Waypoint, I had the craft pause for 5 sec before continuing. At the 400 foot point I had it pause for 10 sec. Then it was to return to the first Waypoint (the 10 foot one). On the way down it was descending quite too fast, probably due to vortex ring state, so at about 30 feet altitude I flipped the switch from Position to Sport and manually guided the craft to about 6 feet altitude, hovering right in front of me. But my iPad displayed the crafts altitude to be at 200 feet. When I flipped the switch from Sport back to Position the craft began to slowly ascend. I didn’t wait to see where it was going; I flipped the switch and landed it. Once I turned the crafts props off the displayed altitude switched to zero. If you read the Litchi software updates for versions, 2.1.2 2.1.3 and 2.1.4 they all state the following: “Improved support for altitude above ground level in waypoint mode” My crafts altitude at the various waypoints during ascent appeared to happen at about the right height AND the various altitude points did read accurately and correctly on the mobile display, but on the way down is where Litchi can’t get it right. I’ve made several waypoint missions similar to this one, using earlier litchi versions, and it is always the descent phase that goes completely wrong. One would surmise that if litchi could accurately get to, and report, altitude during climb, that the same routines and calculations would be used for descent, but apparently not. Imagine a waypoint mission where the craft would climb to altitude (say 300 feet), travel to a location a 1/2 mile away, drop down to 100 feet for video then again climb to altitude and return. With the way litchi’s altitude control is behaving, the crafts’ descent would not stop at 100 feet, but continue right into the ground and NEVER return. With 14 satellites one should be able to ascend to a point ‘A’ and descend back down to a point ‘B’, over and over, time after time for the length of the battery charge with no more that a foot or two variation at either of the two points. How is it that litchi can not get this fixed? Seems like after a while that this question’s answer is all too obvious. I know there is a lot of regulation pressure on the company. Is this problem actually the implementation of a regulation? Time for a new ver in thread 2.1
  • Just a suggestion...or wishlist

    By BradinSD
    I love using Litchi and after learning more through some courses, I am using it more and more each day. There is one thing that I wish you guys could add. This is one of the main reasons why I go back and forth between apps while flying my drone. I’d love it if you guys could create some kind of a mimic to Tap-Fly. It is so easy to use to create some great cinematic shots. The biggest problem I have is holding the stick at a constant speed. I love setting the speed and not having to think about it. DJI has kind of left the Mavic Pro behind my n this area, as the Mavic Air has enhancements to Tap-fly that I wish we had. They can Tap-fly and fly backwards, and they have a cool feature called “free” which works sort of like course lock and allows you to rotate the drone as it flies in a selected path. All with speed control!!! Please add something like this to your Litchi app!!! And it would be even more awesome!!!
  • There was before litchi, and there is after litchi...

    By Big Z Dub
    ...and it is good. You may be seated. This app will change the game for you, instantly. Worth it x100. Be smart and remember to review all waypoints before passing go (it's fairly easy to accidentally move the altitude slider enough to send you down a dead-end road). Think about the airspace between you and home at any point along the mission and be sure to adjust your max altitude accordingly. You know, just in case! And watch-out for the many nefarious, punk, thug-drones that will swindle your precious baby bird into the rarely-mentioned and ultra-shadowy underbelly of today's drone drug culture. Bad scene. Next thing you know she'll be sporting a nose-ring, linked-up with a some loser remote you've never met before!! Trust me, I know it all too well. But that's enough about me. I'm sure you have things to do and places to be...enough of my rubbish... enough of nonsensical poppycock. Go forth now! Take what you will from our time here, together, and go forward in life. Take with you the lessons once bestowed upon you and use them to thrive. The experience. The hour. The day. Take it all. Remember the good times. Hold your head up. Back straight. Knees bent, slightly. Don't ever look back. Promise me that you'll remember: don't ever never forget. Now, go. I'll be fine. No, no...please. Mount your propellers and fly. Fly away, old chum. Fly away, into the day. I insist. Farewell to you, old chummy mate friend guy. Be safe out there. May the wind always be at your back. Until the day arrives upon which our paths haphazardly cross one another's and we do so unwittingly find ourselves in an unlikely yet possible one-on-one situation of face-to-face nonviolent confrontation once aga...wait! I don't even know you. I don't think... I don't believe so... Have we met? Who are you? No, no..I live here. This is MY place. Whatever. Okay. Fine. Look...this, this, this whole things here, is moving...well, it's moving too fast for me. I mean, I need a break! Toooo get some uh water or something. I just need time. No. But I don't know you! Okay, well, I'm going to have to ask you to leave now and give me some space. It's just really fast. Too fast. I sorry. I won't forget you or the time we've had... right, no, you're's not you, it's me. Yeah. No, I promise. You're great, I'm a loser. Yeah, okay, right. Yes. Okay, you can call. No wait, I'll call you. Yes. I promise. Okay gotta go. Bye! *SLAM!* So weird. Who was that dude? I know, right. Some people...