By Lars Dalseide | July 17 2014 16:37

From Applied Ballistics - Applied Ballistics Announces iOS Version of Mobile App

Applied Ballistics Announces iOS Version of Mobile App

Highly-Demanded Ballistics Software Now Available for Apple Devices

Cedar Springs, Michigan – Applied Ballistics is excited to announce the official release of the highly-anticipated iOS version of their mobile app, “Applied Ballistics Mobile”; allowing Apple iPhone and tablet owners to download and take advantage of the ballistic computing software that has become popular on the Android platform.

The Applied Ballistics Mobile App runs a Point Mass ballistic solver; the state of the art ballistic solver calculates long-range rifle trajectories, and along with the library of ballistic coefficients provided by Bryan Litz, makes this the most accurate and complete ballistics app available.

More on Applied Ballistics' new Mac friendly app ...

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