Dragonfly App Makes Aerial Video Management a Breeze

Lifestyle drones capable of taking aerial videos and photos have seen an explosive growth recently and this new market has taken an exciting turn with the release of the DJI Spark. While the Spark is capable of taking some really impressive aerial videos, its accompanying app — DJI Go isn’t all that impressive. Managing, storing and backing up your aerial videos and photos more efficiently takes some effort on your part.

Memery seeks to address this issue with its new Dragonfly app — a new all-inclusive, simple and easy to use platform that allows you to organize and share your aerial videos and photos efficiently. Once set up, Dragonfly can transfer files from a drone to your smartphone immediately after its flight. There is no need to remove the memory card. The app then transfers the files from your smartphone to the Dragonfly cloud the next time your smartphone connects to the Internet.

Key features of the app include:

  • Automatic organization of video on the map and in filtered galleries.
  • Engaging emotion reactions to highlight important moments with no editing.
  • Automatic video mixes easily shared to social media, text or saved to the phone.
  • Permanent backup and disaster recovery.
  • Transcoding of video for mobile viewing and sharing.
  • Original high resolution files available for editing or streaming to a television.
  • A web-based uploader for rapid transfer of existing collections to the Dragonfly cloud.

Currently, Dragonfly is only available in iOS and is compatible with all DJI drones. This includes the Spark, Mavic, Phantom 3, Phantom 4 and Inspire series. To ensure seamless integration with DJI products, Memery has added former DJI  VP of Engineering — Darron Liccardo — to its advisory board.

Dragonfly is currently available on the Apple store and Memery will be launching its “Try Dragonfly” promotion next month. The promotion will allow customers to lock in premium backup and storage at up to 50% discount.

Each new Dragonfly user will stand a chance of winning a DJI Spark. There will also be feature video contests with attractive prizes such as DJI Goggles, a DJI Mavic and over a terabyte of premium Dragonfly backup and storage.

For more info, visit the official Dragonfly website.

Adrin Sham

Adrin Sham is a designer and photographer turned drone enthusiast. Since buying a drone for aerial photography some years ago, he has since developed a passion for UAVs and all things related.

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1 Response

  1. Kos says:

    ‘Dragonfly’ app is good but I think ‘Sync for DJI’ is better at least you can choose images and video that you want to download.
    Also ‘Sync for DJI’ supports background downloading but it only for iOS users now 🙁
    I’m so wait Android Sync for DJI

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