iPad Mini kneeboards review

A few weeks ago we ran down the options for iPad Mini mounts, which included suction cup and yoke options. Today, let's review the choices for those who prefer kneeboards.

Flight test: WingX Pro 7 and Dual XGPS170 ADS-B Receiver

The Dual XGPS170 ADS-B receiver is now available for WingX Pro iPad users. Learn all about it and see how the performance compares to Stratus and ForeFlight.

Custom-fit iPad Mini mounts now shipping

The smaller size of the iPad Mini makes it better suited to cockpit mounting than the full size iPad, and a new mount style is now in stock that should be the most popular one yet.

Which iPad mount is right for my airplane?

There are plenty of different mounts to choose from, but they aren't all universal. Which one is right for you? Let's look at some examples.

Build a custom iPad mount with new RAM accessories

The RAM collection of iPad mounting accessories are the most widely-used among pilots thanks to the combination of rugged construction, flexibility, interchangeable parts and price. Here we'll look at some of the unique RAM accessories you can use when creating a custom mount for your airplane.

New iPad yoke mounts available from RAM

RAM Mounts have consistently been our top pick for iPad mounting solutions, and the yoke mount has always been one of the best selling versions. RAM recently introduced a new version that we think is a nice upgrade.

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.

Top 10 iPad pilot gifts

Whether you're a pilot shopping for another aviation enthusiast or you're a non-pilot desperately trying to figure out what to buy the (slightly weird?) aviator on your list, iPad apps and accessories are a good bet. Here's our list of the top 10 things any iPad pilot would like this Christmas.

Use your iPad in the winter with touch-screen gloves

Using the iPad in the cold winter months can be difficult, especially when wearing gloves. These special touch-screen gloves from Isotoner solve that problem by allowing you to interact with your favorite apps while keeping your hands warm at the same time.
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