Control your GoPro camera with an Apple Watch

GoPro recently updated its iOS app to support the Apple Watch, allowing you to remotely start/stop recording and view a real-time video preview right from the watch. We took it out on a test flight recently to see if it lived up to expectations.

An iPad glare-reducing screen protector that actually works

One of the major weaknesses of the iPad is it's highly reflective screen. This new glare-reducing screen protector make the iPad much easier to view during the day, and also keeps the screen clean.

Updates to Sporty’s most popular iPad kneeboards

A kneeboard remains one of the most popular ways to secure an electronic flight bag in the cockpit. Two of the most popular iPad kneeboards, from Sporty's Flight Gear collection, were recently updated with some small but welcome changes.

Update: DeLorme inReach

Last August, we reported on the new Delorme inReach, a Bluetooth device that provides two-way satellite communication capability for any iPhone or Android device. A recent firmware update brings even better tracking for pilots--anywhere in the world.

Google Glass – the next cockpit gadget?

Google recently announced their Project Glass will hit the market by the end of the year. We consider a few (far fetched) possibilities for the gadget in this article.

RAM introduces X-Grip mounts for 10″ tablets

RAM is well-known for making some of the best iPad mounts for pilots, but most of them include custom-molded cradles that fit the iPad snugly. That's a problem for pilots who fly with a case on their tablets, so RAM has introduced a series of universal mounts called the X-Grip.

Garmin D2 Bravo watch adds deeper app integration

Smartwatches are one of the hottest accessories in the world of consumer electronics, and aviation is no exception. While the Apple Watch has garnered a lot of attention lately, GPS pioneer Garmin hasn't been sitting back and watching.

ForeFlight and SXAR1 – flight test report

About a month ago, ForeFlight introduced support for the SiriusXM Aviation Receiver, also called the SXAR1. We've had the chance to fly with it on numerous trips now, and overall we've found the SXAR1 to be reliable and useful. Here are some notes from a recent cross country flight.

Sagetech Clarity ADS-B receiver now shipping

After first being announced at AirVenture Oshkosh last year, Sagetech's Clarity hit a few delays as the company redesigned the portable ADS-B receiver. This week, though, Sagetech announced that Clarity is now shipping.

Flying with Stratus in an ADS-B Out airplane

To get the full benefits of the traffic capabilities when flying with ForeFlight and Stratus you must be equipped with an ADS-B out transponder. We recently went flying in an ADS-B out airplane to show what this looks likes and the additional traffic info available in ForeFlight.