Come and get it! Fly EFB 3.0 is now available for both the iPad and iPhone. Take a look at the What’s New web page, the What’s New video, and revised Pilot’s Guide. A detailed changed list is at the bottom of this web page.
To upgrade from a current iPad installation:
Go to the App Store icon on your iPad and select the Updates tab. Click the Update button next to FlyQ EFB. Note: If your iPad is set to automatically update apps, you may see an Open button rather than Update because the new version has already been installed.
To download from your iPhone or to install to a new iPad:
Go to the App Store icon on your iPhone or iPad, select the Search tab, enter FlyQ EFB.
New Features and Improvements
- ADDED: Full-featured functionality on the iPhone as well as iPad
- ADDED: Flight Data Recorder / Playback / Export system
- ADDED: Augmented Reality (AR) system from FlyQ InSight
- ADDED: Flight Tracks (aka “breadcrumbs”) map layer
- ADDED: Helicopter charts
- ADDED: Gulf of Mexico charts
- ADDED: Export to Cloud Ahoy and Google Earth
- ADDED: Flight track posting to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
- ADDED: Import of GPX tracks created by FlyQ
- ADDED: Download approach plates / airport diagrams for Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Costa Rica
- CHANGED: TCrs and MagVar moved to far right side of the NavLog
- FIXED: Blinking battery indicator for some in-panel ADS-B systems
- FIXED: Constant “Connect” and “Disconnect” messages when connecting to the Stratux when the device is running firmware meant for ForeFlight
- FIXED: Crash when sending flight plans to Dynon and Avidyne in some cases
- FIXED: Excessive CPU use during map movement
- FIXED: GARS grid system coordinates incorrect
- FIXED: Faster tracking for AHRS changes in 3D
- FIXED: Selecting a specific AirPrint printer sometimes has an invisible Back button
- FIXED: Other stability and minor feature enhancements