Avidyne IFD100 10.2 4+


    • 4.2 • 14 Ratings
    • Free

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The IFD100 is the in-flight companion App for Avidyne's IFD series avionics with Wi-Fi connectivity. Compatible with IFD software release and earlier.

The IFD100 is not FAA certified. It is considered to be a Portable Electronic Device (PED) that can be used as a supplemental display. Up to two iPads can be connected to a single IFD, showing all its sensor data and flight plan information if identical databases are loaded in both the App and IFD.

The IFD100 can also be used with Avidyne's Trainer App running on another iPad connected to the same network. Allow Wi-Fi when starting the trainer and the IFD100 will automatically connect to it.

With a few exceptions, the IFD100 can do and display everything that the IFD can. Please refer to the IFD Pilot Operating Handbook for more details.

What’s New

Version 10.3.1

Fix an issue that was preventing users with IFD software older than from connecting to their panel mounted unit.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

StēveMcQueen ,


This app is great! You can do all your flight planning, load every route or trip you think you’ll take, & connect via WiFi in the plane & they automatically populate the route list! It saves SOO much time that would otherwise require sitting there idling your engine, & spinning your Hobbs meter. The flight plan feature with the Map tab allows you to see exactly where each V- or Jet route goes, select an entry & exit point, & see every airspace you may transit. Not to mention the remote tuning abilities for radios, transponder...everything. This app does it all. Two thumbs up!


No such thing as too much glass

This app is the perfect complement to Avidyne’s panel mount units. Ability to view different screens, easily zoom maps, and a host of other features really set it apart. Don’t miss this one!

Frank Hellwig ,

I was hoping for so much more

I launch the app and am greeted with the Jeppesen sign in page. The iPad folio keyboard is not recognized so I disconnect the iPad from the keyboard to enter my Jeppesen account information. Now I am presented with a list of my subscriptions. I click on one and am NOT given the databases to select from. Instead, at some random interval, the IFD100 app goes into IFD mode with none of the IFR data available. At this point, the app is completely useless. Of course, it scares me that this same buggy software is what powers my IFD440 and IFD550 in flight. That may be an extreme statement borne our of frustration, but this sure doesn’t instill confidence on first launch. Happy to revise my rating and review if this on-boarding experience would actually work.

App Privacy

The developer, Avidyne, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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