10 ways to read iPad Pilot News
At iPad Pilot News we’re dedicated to helping pilots keep up with the latest in mobile technology, covering new apps, accessories and best practices for flying in a paperless cockpit. Our goal is to cut through the clutter and help you get the maximum utility out of your mobile phones and tablets.
We also work hard to deliver our content in all the popular formats, allowing you to read iPad Pilot News on the platform or app that’s most convenient for you, including a print magazine. Here’s a rundown of all the options to help decide:
iPad Pilot News got its start as a website, and it is still the easiest way to keep up with new articles when a web browser is within reach. The site is optimized for viewing on desktop, iPad and iPhone.
Every two weeks we send out the latest articles and news directly to your inbox in an easy-to-read format. It takes just a few seconds to subscribe: iPad Pilot News Email Signup.
We have a dedicated channel in the recently updated Apple News app for convenient reading. A quick search in the app will display the iPad Pilot News channel, or you can access it directly by clicking on this link from your iOS device or Mac computer: iPad Pilot News.
This popular news aggregator app is similar to Apple News and assembles articles from all your favorite publications in one location. Here’s a direct link to our Flipboard channel.
At least once a year, we release a print version of iPad Pilot News. While you can always read the latest tips and news on our website, sometimes it’s nice to browse a magazine layout. Click here to download the full issue as a PDF and subscribe to future editions here.
If you use an RSS reader to keep your news sources organized, like feedly.com on the web or the Feedly app for iPad, make sure to add the iPad Pilot News RSS feed.
iPhone/iPad home screen shortcut
To make it even easier to access our blog in the Safari web browser on your iPhone or iPad, add a dedicated iPad Pilot News icon to your home screen that will display right along with your other apps. To do this, open ipadpilotnews.com in the Safari web browser, tap the Share button (located at the bottom of the iPhone and top right on iPad, looks like a square with an up arrow towards the top), and select the button labeled “Add to Home Screen”.
Join the conversation on our dedicated Facebook page to have the latest articles delivered to your personal news feed.
Follow our Twitter feed to get instant notifications when new articles are available on the website.
In addition to our written articles, we regularly produce original video segments with aviation app and accessory tips, webinars and interviews from iPad industry experts. You can subscribe to the playlist here, or start watching right away in the video player below.
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