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FOREFLIGHT'S TRIP ASSISTANT UTILITY. Product/service evaluation Dec 1, 2018 450
iPreflight Genesis: Smart Runway Analysis: The new iPreflight Genesis iPad app from Aircraft Performance Group puts a sharp focus on aircraft performance and blends useful flight planning. Anglisano, Larry Product/service evaluation Dec 1, 2018 1650
Checklist apps: limited utility. Bowlin, Frank; Anglisano, Larry Product/service evaluation Aug 1, 2016 2250
ForeFlight Mobile 7.3: two-way Garmin play: transferring flight plans between the panel and tablet isn't the big news, but the ability to overlay Garmin's certified ADS-B data on ForeFlight's tablet app is. Anglisano, Larry Product/service evaluation Oct 1, 2015 500
Avidyne IFD540: closer to certification: avidyne's slide-and-fly replacement for Garmin's GNS530W nears certification. we flew with it and liked the FMS and hybrid controls. Anglisano, Larry Product/service evaluation May 1, 2014 1627
Xavion: ideal for emergencies: emergency landings are more common than mid-air collisions. We think $100 for an app that is designed to guide you to a runway is pretty reasonable. Durden, Rick Product/service evaluation Dec 1, 2013 1302
Bendix King KSN77O: powerful, hybrid FMS: Bendix King's long-awaited multifunction navigator has a flexible feature set, VGA screen and an open architecture. Expect a learning curve. Anglisano, Larry Product/service evaluation Oct 1, 2013 2072
Garmin Pilot app: dynamic mapping: Garmin's updated Pilot app 5.0 has better navigation maps and smart features that mimic an advanced GPS navigator. Anglisano, Larry Product/service evaluation May 1, 2013 570
Five top apps: WingX is a standout: but ForeFlight is our top pick for IFR. You won't go wrong with any of these, but the top three are more polished and feature rich than new contenders. Bertorelli, Paul Product/service evaluation Feb 1, 2013 2816
Quick WX for droid: we're underwhelmed: all we want is an app that gives METARs, TAFs, NEXRAD and PIREPs both graphically and in text. That's apparently too much to ask, at least so far. Van West, Jeff Product/service evaluation Apr 1, 2012 1318
Paperless cockpit redux: iPad a best bet for now: no, the iPad doesn't do it all and isn't for everyone. But for the fat middle of the user bell curve, it delivers the most utility and best experience. West, Jeff Van Product/service evaluation Dec 1, 2010 2504

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