After extensive beta testing, FlyQ EFB 2.4 has now been submitted to Apple for their review. It will become available once Apple approves it. This generally takes between two days and a week but with the release of iOS 10, Apple may be a little slower than usual. We’ll definitely let you know when Apple releases it.
This is a MAJOR release that introduces rich support for Documents, adds Avidyne support, adds ADS-B support to the existing Dynon support, and fixes numerous issues. Watch the What’s New video for details.
And yes, according to our preliminary testing, both FlyQ EFB 2.4 and the current FlyQ EFB 2.3.3 work fine with iOS 10.x. That said, we’re still testing and, more importantly, we suggest waiting for the dust to settle a little before installing any major new iOS release as issues often crop up (generally nothing that affects FlyQ EFB but other misc. bugs)
– FlyQ EFB Team