DJI has updated its Mobile SDK to support the Mini 3 and Mini 3 Pro drones. This is an exciting development because the MSDK enables third-party app developers, such as Dronelink and DroneDeploy, to add features not natively present in sub-250-gram DJI drones.

The MSDK is a software development kit that gives developers ready access to the inherent capabilities of DJI drones. It simplifies the application development process by taking care of lower-level functionalities such as flight stabilization, battery management, signal transmission, and communication.

As a result, third-party developers such as Litchi, Maven, and Drone Harmony can straightaway focus on the application the drone is being integrated into, without worrying about the nitty-gritty of robotics and embedded systems.

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A few weeks ago, DJI shared it was working on releasing an Android MSDK for the Mini 3 and Mini 3 Pro. The drone maker…