How many times have you been en route on a cross-country and wondered what the tops are on some cumulus clouds up ahead? A new app for iPad and iPhone can help you determine just that.
Like all electronic flight bag apps, Garmin Pilot has a lot of powerful features built in. But if you haven't spent the time to tap every button and try every menu, you probably haven't had a chance to use them all yet. Here are 5 lesser known features to check out the next time you use the Garmin Pilot app.
Garmin's Android EFB is one of the best available for that platform, and the latest update makes it even better. The new version 3.0 adds some nice map upgrades, including track-up mode, SafeTaxi airport diagrams and new configurable map overlays.
ForeFlight released a major update to the app today, adding a new Stratus 2 flight data recording feature, enhanced performance planning, new sync capabilities and the option to view VFR WAC charts in the app.
We have dozens of ForeFlight tips on this website, but in this article we'll try to cover the basic information that a new ForeFlight user needs to get started. We'll also link to many of the other tips on ForeFlight on iPad Pilot News.
There is no shortage of full-featured logbook apps on the market for iPhone and iPad. While most try to pack in as many features as possible, a relatively new entrant to the field called dBrief Pilot Logbook is taking a different approach by focusing on simplicity. Check out a full review of app here.