Re-designed UI and Flight Drawer
Improved mapping and rendering performance
D-ATIS for 70+ airports in the United States
Ownship supported on Class B / Reference Charts
OTS - Label improvements (full coordinate value is now supported in addition to ARINC format)
Improved Annotations / Highlighting
Support for new AIDs including CMC, Freeflight, FOMAX
Enhanced SID / STAR selector
Improved weather implementation and coverage area including weather source from 'The Weather Company'
iPad Pro 11” full screen support
Miscellaneous issues resolved
Ratings and Reviews
The recent update messed up the saved flights to where they default to recently updated every time you open it, instead of alphabetical as it was before. Not a huge deal, but it'd be nice if you guys could revamp this part, and maybe have the option of expanding or collapsing the info on the route, alternates, and last saved. If it were collapsable it'd be much easier and quicker to scroll thru and find the leg you're looking for.
Also, please make an option for notes at each airport that don't erase when charts update.
Lastly, if possible, please be more consistent placing taxiway letters directly over the taxiway instead of beside it. That can lead to confusion on certain intersections.
Same old slow and laggy app that crashes often even on an iPad Pro
The only reason I use this app is because its the only app that is authorized for my airline. I hate this app so much, it lags on an iPad Pro, try to zoom in and scroll, it's not smooth at all and the app freezes and maybe 10 seconds later the app zooms in, and 5 seconds later it scrolls. Important info is still stuck behind the pen and rotation button in the lower right corner and you can't zoom or scroll the info off that button to see what is covered up. To get around this I just print all the charts onto paper and carry the paper around. Just so i can get to the information hidden under the lower right buttons and so I don't have to use this useless app.
This is a mediocre PDF viewer
This app doesn’t really do anything but read charts. The AMM feature is interesting but not nearly as useful as the chart itself.
The chart annotation feature doesn’t do palm rejection so even if you use an Apple Pencil you will still get extra dots due to palm presses and even pinch-to-zoom actions! You only get two colors with no opacity or size controls. You either clear it all or not at all, there is no eraser.
The moving map feature is slow and hard to use in comparison with other less expensive EFB products.
This app can’t access any FIS-B weather from connected devices. And even if it did, displays only allow for METAR & TAF information.
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- 295.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
English, French, German
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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