Honeywell releases instrument approach preview app

A new app from Honeywell Aerospace provides a unique way to research and brief instrument approaches by allowing you to visualize procedures in a 3D environment right on your iPad.

Garmin Pilot expands European FliteChart coverage

Garmin was one of the first iPad app developers to offer affordable international chart subscription options. They've recently improved their offerings by adding 13 new European countries to the FliteChart subscription package.

WingX Pro adds new features with version 8.0

The first major update to WingX Pro for 2014 brings some useful new IFR routing functions and support for the Pebble Smartwatch. Here's a quick review of what all is new.

Radio Navigation Simulator app updated

Even with glass cockpits becoming increasingly popular, student pilots and new instrument pilots still have a lot to learn about navigation instruments. The Radio Navigation Simulator app can help. This affordable, easy-to-use app is a great way to learn how to use VOR, DME, ADF, RMI and HSI.

NRST: find the nearest airport with this handy app

The NRST airport finder app is ideal for those situations when you need to quickly locate and navigate to an airport during an emergency or diversion. We'll review it here and show how it can also help with routine descent planning.

Display flight instruments on your iPad with X-Plane or Flight Sim X

Two new iPad apps allow you to use the iPad as a dedicated instrument panel in FSX and X-Plane, freeing up valuable space for outside views on your primary computer monitor.

Sporty’s Offers Free App for Women in Aviation Conference Attendees

Sporty’s now offers a free app for the 2012 International Women in Aviation Conference to be held in Dallas, Texas, from March 8-10, 2012. Get instant access to show schedules, seminars, travel information and exhibitors on your iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Sporty's Learn to Fly app

Sporty’s launches 2017 Learn to Fly app

Sporty's has offered flight training courses specifically made for the iPhone and iPad since 2012, combining video segments and written test prep features. While the Learn to Fly App has seen a number of updates over the years, 2017 has brought the most significant update in some time. Here are some of the highlights.
LogTen Pro

LogTen Pro app review

One of the first truly stand-alone logbook apps for iPad was LogTen Pro, and the app has continued to improve over the years. The latest version, LogTen Pro Universal, is the best yet, and works on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. We take it for a spin.

ForeFlight releases version 6.0

The much-anticipated ForeFlight version 6.0 is now available in the app store. This free update brings some exciting new features, including a terrain profile view, split-screen attitude and enhanced Lockheed Martin flight plan control features.
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