Top 5 Drones You Can Control with Smartphones

Author:Jake | TIME:July 06,2017

Years ago you would not believe that toys like drones can be operated without having to use controllers, just like ancient people would never believe we can touch the moon. Modern technology makes everything just possible. And you can control a quadcopter style drone with your iOS or Android smartphone and tablet. There are a lot of drones for sale in the market but you may spend some time in finding out which you should take.


No matter if you are looking for drones for beginners or experts, you can get them easily from online, for instance, Amazon. Thanks to the advanced technology and advantages of the drone, people now use them to take photos and shoot videos of some places a man can hardly reach. Besides, a high-end drone with camera can capture high definition photos and videos that surely delights you. You just need no more than an app and a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection to operate the drone with your smartphone. Below are the top 5 drones for sale at reasonable price with high quality.


DJI SparkDJI Spark

DJI is one of the leading manufacturers in the field of drone technology and its Spark drone is one of it finest arts to give you super flying experience. It is so smart that it even allows you to control this drone with your bare hands in addition to your smartphone. This new DJI Spark was designed for the maximum in ease of use and if you want to save the battery of the controller, you can just use hand gestures to control the quadcopter. From start to finish, you can fly this drone, capture some aerial selfies and land it right back in your hand. It is one of the best portable flying machines whose fuselage is small with propeller arms and the folding propellers.

 Buy DJI Phantom 4 Professional

DJI Mavic ProDJI Mavic Pro

DJI Mavic Pro can be controlled with ease via the comboth the controller and smartphone. What makes this drone outstanding is it offers a WiFi mode that enables you to control the machine using your smartphone only. Without doubt, the compact and folding design of this drone is marvelous. It is equipped with a 4K video which allows you to capture high definition photos and videos.

Buy DJI Phantom 4 Professional


DBPower UDI 818ADBPower UDI 818A

This model of DBPower is another amazing design because of its compatibility with VR goggles. It enables you to use remote control or take control with smartphone while offering you a smoother flight for better aerial footage. The live video stream works up to 100 feet away and can be viewed on your smartphone. You just need to put your smartphone in the holder on the remote control and it is ready to fly.

Buy DJI Phantom 4 Professional


Parrot BebopParrot Bebop

The Parrot Bebop is a great entry-level drone with camera for anyone just getting into the hobby. You can control the Parrot Bebop with the Freeflight 3 app, available for Android and iOS devices. Built around the 14-megapixel fisheye camera, this drone is able to capture 180-degree range of 1080p video at 30FPS, but without the horizon-distortion you'll find with other wide-angle action cameras.

 Buy DJI Phantom 4 Professional


Parrot MiniDrone Rolling SpiderParrot MiniDrone Rolling Spider

This Parrot looks very much like a car but it is absolutely a quadcopter. MiniDrone Rolling Spider has large wheels that can spin along, which makes sure it can fly safely indoor. Though the wheels are not powerful, but they can protect the drone from crashing and allow you to scoot along the floor when there is not enough battery life left to take off. And if there is enough power, it can crawl up the walls too.

Buy DJI Phantom 4 Professional

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