Bad Elf introduces new Pro+ model

The Bad Elf Pro GPS has been one of the most popular iPad accessories in aviation for a few years now, especially with turbine operators. The company recently introduced the new Pro+ model, which is the most full-featured GPS we've seen for the iPad.

New iPad Air accessories hit the market

Some high quality accessories are now hitting the market for the iPad Air, so pilots can fully equip their cockpits. Let's review the new options, including mounts, kneeboards and screen protectors.

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.
iFDR Panel Mount

New option for panel-mounting iPads may be the best yet

iPad panel mounts have been around for years, but we think the latest designs from Guardian Avionics may be the best yet. These durable mounts are made from ABS plastic, and they mount to the panel with just four screws. The end result is very clean and professional installation.

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus mounts now available

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are finding a home in many cockpits, as pilots come to appreciate larger screens on these new phones. Regardless of how you use your iPhone, it's smart to secure it in the cockpit. Some new options from RAM offer convenient ways to keep them stable.

Reviewing the iPad kneeboard options

In this article, we'll review some of the most popular iPad kneeboard options, so you can make an informed decision if you're not a mount person. There are more options than ever, and most of them are quite good.

iPad Mini mounts roundup

The iPad Mini is small enough to be mounted on the yoke or window without blocking the instrument panel. So what are the best mounts? We review the options.

ADS-B coverage continues to expand

When portable ADS-B receivers were first introduced, one of the main questions was how quickly the FAA would build out the required network of ground stations. So far (and perhaps surprisingly), the answer is pretty quickly.

What’s in your iPad flight bag? One pilot’s list

This is the first in a series where we'll ask different pilots what they carry when they fly with an iPad. To kick things off, we asked John Zimmerman, publisher of iPad Pilot News, for his list of must-haves.

Bad Elf GPS with Lightning Connector now available

Bad Elf was the first to offer an external GPS for iPad back in 2010. Their latest plug-in GPS model features a Lightning Connector, and is compatible with the latest iPhone, iPad Air and iPad Mini.