The manuals for the X-Plane Mobile applications are available in two forms: as a Wiki, viewable on the web, and as a PDF, which can be downloaded to your computer.
Just looking for a quick introduction to the flight controls? See the Mobile Instructions page.
Links to the PDF downloads
X-Plane Mobile: This is the "big" Mobile manual, which includes X-Plane 9, Trainer, Airliner, Extreme, Carrier, Glider, Racing, and Airshow.
Links to the Wiki manuals
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Prepare to be stunned by X-Plane. Videos and photos speak where words can't. See the Multimedia page...
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It's blade element theory, of course. By breaking down every surface of the airplane and calculating the forces acting on each piece individually, X-Plane Mobile delivers the most realistic flight experience available--in a portable form. Learn more...
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In either PDF or Wiki form, the X-Plane manual can answer many of the questions you may have. See the Mobile Manual page...
Don't need the full manual? Looking for a brief introduction to flying on the X-Plane Mobile apps? See the Mobile Instructions page...
...between the iPhone/iPod Touch, Palm Pre, and Android versions? The answer is... almost nothing. The user interface, flight controls, and all other features are identical. The most noticeable difference is, well, the loading screen. Find info on all three here.