iFly EFB delivers the perfect combination of affordability, capability, and usability for both VFR and IFR Pilots. Safely and quickly get the information you need so you can focus on flying!
Key reasons to try iFly EFB:
1) Ease of use in the cockpit: Our intuitive and simple interface, easy to hit buttons, simple map gestures, large fonts, and more make this the best EFB for in-flight use
2) Pilot focused company: We have staff (pilots) on the ground at our office in Texas waiting to answer your questions. Call 214-585-0444 or email email@example.com, we're here to help
3) Price: We are one of the most competitively priced EFBs on the market
4) Capabilities: We are one of the most capable EFBs on the market! Need proof? Visit www.iFlyEFB.com/Compare
Following are some of our features and benefits:
•Geo-Reference Approach Plates and Airport Diagrams
•3D Synthetic Vision / EFIS Mode
•Terrain, Obstructions, Traffic, and Airspaces Alerts
•Complete ADSB support
•AutoTaxi+ for safe taxing at any airport
•RealView airport imagery
•RealPlan automatic VFR Planner
•Auto-load approach into plan
•Complete VFR and IFR databases and charts (FAA)
•Public & Private Airports
•Winds aloft including forecasts for 36 hours
•Terminal Area Charts(TAC)
•World Aeronautical Charts(WAC)
•Weather (Pre-Flight or ADS-B Live)
•Hi-res Winds Aloft Optimizing
•Rapid Flight planning
•Plates & Diagrams (Approach, Departure Plates, Stars, SIDs Airport Diagrams)
•Online Flight Plan Filing
•Custom Instrument Layouts (24 Instruments, e.g. HSI, Vertical Profile, and AHRS)
•Vertical Terrain planning and Airspace preview
•North Up / Track Up
•Pinch Zooming w/ One Touch Feature
•Dynamic Distance Ring
•Hybrid Compass Rose w/ Nav Function
•Extended Course Line
•Rubber Band route modification
•Custom Aircraft icons
•Alerts & Warnings
•Button Fading (maximizes screen space)
•Custom User Waypoints
Fixes InApp Purchasing bug.
Ratings and Reviews
Very Intuitive and Runs Well Even on Old Hardware
I’ve been using this as a trial for about a month. I’m a student pilot and I’ve been using it in my flights. I’ve tried the following moving map GPS apps: Foreflight, FlyQ, Garmin Pilot, Airmate, and Wing X. Out of all of these iFlyGPS has been my favorite for several reasons. First, the layout and design of the app just makes sense to me. Everything is where I expect it to be and behaves the way I think it should. This alone is a huge selling point to me. Another thing that impresses me is that it runs well even on my old iPad Air 2. The other apps either aren’t supported or the old iPad cannot handle them. Something about how iFlyGPS’s design is just very efficient. Finally the app is very inexpensive and I see them running deals fairly often. I see they are designing a new system called iFlyEFB and they say if you pay for one you will get both. That’s nice as well. My only negative points for this app is that the buttons look like they are from Windows 3 and when scrolling around the app the terrain has to load in, however it is very quick. Neither of these points matter to me very much and I think I will buy this software over the others I have used. This is definitely my favorite and especially if you are a private pilot and don’t plan on going commercial this is everything you’d need.
Fast, simple and easy to use
You will not get lost using iFly GPS. Others are simply slow in painting on the screen or too confusing but when using iFly you will find it intuitive and consistent user experience.
Map updates always work, they include the necessary frequencies, approach plates, fuel prices and FBO details at a finger tip.
What I like the best is the flight history allowing me to double check my pilot log book entries and when upgrading from one device to another the history follows me around.
I wish there where more global maps such as beyond the Bahamas and the ability to allow pilots to enter FBO and airport information which could be viewed by other pilots such as fee’s or FBO’s to use or avoid. Pilots like to help each other and this feature would be a hit on day one, especially when flying international. Also being able to submit e-APIS details from iFly would be another great bonus.
Works perfect with Stratux ADS-B every time.
And you can’t beat the price. There is never a worry about adding on to the subscription and the company is beyond fair for renewals. I use the app on an iPad mini and iPhone. The IPhone mainly to plan flights when I am curious and the iPad mini for actual flying. The iPhone comes in handy as an immediate backup in flight in a pinch. It has saved me once already.
Don’t look any further as this is simply the best out there.
Developer Response ,
Start with iFly
I haven’t tried them all. I started with iFly and loved it so much that I never looked back. Sure, I read about the others time and again, but given the philosophy behind the intuitive interface and continuous improvement exhibited by the Adventure Pilot team, I could not find any sensible reason to fritter away my time trying to learn another more confusing system. I use it on an iPad, iPhone, and an iFly 740. They make it so easy to use and to share the data subscription across platforms and devices it is one of the easiest “go/no go” decisions I’ve ever been faced with.
Developer Response ,
You are a smart man, thanks for the great review!
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- Adventure Pilot, LLC
- 198.6 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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- In-App Purchases
- VFR iPad Subscription (1 Year) $79.99
- iPad Add-On Subscription (1 Year) $24.99
- VFR+IFR iPad Subscription (1 Year) $129.99
- IFR iPad Subscription Upgrade (1 Year) $49.99