Minor releases of both FlyQ InSight (augmented reality) and FlyQ EFB are now available in the App Store. They primarily address an issue where creating a new aircraft profile under iOS 11 would cause a crash in either app. The new FlyQ EFB is 2.5.1 and FlyQ InSight is 4.0.2.
FlyQ EFB 2.5, released last week, is a major release that adds annotation (scribble) on FAA and SA Airport Diagrams and Approach Procedures. In addition to the iOS 11 fix, version 2.5.1 also fixes problems with:
- A procedure or diagram sometimes disappearing during annotation under a rare combination of two-finger and one-finger manipulation.
- The wind arrow not always sized correctly on the Satellite image
- The wind arrow occasionally appearing during annotation
- A problem with sending approach plates/diagrams to the Documents tab
- A problem with emailing or printing approach plates/diagrams in some cases
- A message about annotating an SA Diagram before sending a problem report not showing up in some cases
FlyQ InSight 4.0.2 fixes the iOS 11 new aircraft problem and also a problem where the app would continually prompt to use the camera (for Augmented Reality) even after a user said No.