https://ds2q22dwzczts.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/07185907/mywingman-app.png 600 1200 Bret Koebbe https://ipadpilotnews-images.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/07120009/logo.png Bret Koebbe2013-08-21 17:16:232013-08-21 17:32:33myWingMan app adds new terrain, traffic and airspace features
Bendix/King, a company traditionally known for panel-mount avionics, released the myWingMan app for iPad one year ago. The latest update adds some useful new alerting tools for airspace, terrain, obstacles and traffic.
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Two new all-in-one cockpit apps have recently hit the App Store, from two well-known names in aviation: Bendix/King’s myWingman and AOPA’s FlyQ EFB. These new apps join an already crowded marketplace, going head to head with established leaders ForeFlight, WingX and Garmin. Can the new players match up?