FlyQ EFB 2.2 Released to Apple

FlyQ EFB 2.2 is a MAJOR release that has been in the works for some time.  After months of beta testing and refinement, we’ve now released it to Apple and wait for them to approve it.  Typically this takes about a week but it can vary greatly.

I’ll wait to go into the details of the release when you can download it but I will say that the mapping engine is dramatically faster, it includes nearly 4,700 new Seattle Avionics Airport Diagrams, and has best-in-class support for Search and Rescue (CAP) pilots.  And quite a lot more.

Steve

4 thoughts on “FlyQ EFB 2.2 Released to Apple

  1. This sounds exciting Steve!

    I am wondering if the current version is ready for the latest Apple update. I have been afraid to update Apple because if you told us it was okay, I missed the memo.

    Thanks!

    Bob

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  3. Steve,

    Thank you for this information. I look forward with great anticipation to the new release. I very much like and appreciate my FlyQ EFB app, however, I was wondering if the new release has an ETA option in it. Currently, we only have an ETE function, but not an ETA. It’s just a small thing, but when I was testing out other apps before deciding on yours, I tried a couple that had ETA functions, and it was quite convenient to be able to see when you expected to arrive at the destination. Also, it would be nice to be able to select between current time and UTC in the clock mode.

    If the new version doesn’t include these features, you might consider looking into this the next time you are working on an update.

    Keep up the good work!

    Lynn C. Rodgers
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    • Hi Lynn,

      It’s been approved and now available to download! More info about it later today.

      We added a very useful VSR (vertical speed required for descent to landing) but not ETE. Which timezone did you have in mind for ETE if your iPad’s timezone is not the same as where you’re flying? Or what if you takeoff and landing airports are in different timezones? That’s the issue w/ ETE — it can be confusing. That said, yes, it’s on the list but not as simple as it may sound.

      Thanks, Steve

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