The Keller Crane pocket-deity travel crane is a popular tourist attraction that features four towers and a mini-city on the ground floor.
But the two new, mobile travel crane apps are raising a lot of eyebrows.
The Pocket Dolls Traveling and the Traveling Cranes, both available for Android and iOS, both feature a pocket-demi-plane that can fly up to a distance of 25 feet and are also available for rent as rental crane.
But a question of size has emerged.
The two apps have been accused of increasing the amount of crane trips in the area.
The Keller Cranes Pocket Doll Traveling will be available in Seattle and Portland, Ore., but the Travelers can only travel to New York City.
The Travelers are the first mobile crane rental app in the U.S. The app is still in beta, but the two apps are set to debut on March 25.
The apps will also offer an option to rent crane flights at a lower cost.
The pocket-plane is expected to cost between $15 to $30, but one app has the app’s price set at $10.
The travel crane app will also be available for $2 per trip, with rental fees ranging from $1 to $2.
The app’s owners, The Keller Cranes, have been working on the project for about a year, and the app is expected be available on March 26.
But there’s a catch.
The new crane apps have yet to be tested and approved by the FAA, which is expected in the coming weeks.
The owners say they plan to launch the app as soon as they can.