Warning Issued: All DJI Apps on Google Play Deemed Fraudulent
DJI, the leading drone manufacturer, has warned all its users: any DJI apps found on the Google Play Store are imposters. The company stressed that these apps could pose grave risks to unsuspecting users, who might inadvertently fall victim to scams.
This cautionary announcement was shared on the DJI Forums. The statement highlighted that while several apps are masquerading as genuine DJI Apps – such as “DJI Fly – Go for Drone models” or “DJI Earning app” – they are merely traps set to “steal or defraud anyone who downloads them,” as reported by DIY Photography.
Interestingly, DJI’s official apps are nowhere to be found on Google Play. In fact, DJI explicitly instructs its Android users to fetch their apps directly from its official website. Thus, any DJI-tagged app spotted on Google Play stands as a red flag. Despite the company’s clear guidelines, the instinctive step for many new drone owners with Android phones is to scour…