January 2013 Issue

FlyQ EFB for iPad: Intuitive, Full-Featured

Seattle Avionics Software brings the AOPA FlyQ app to a higher level. We think it has useful functionality.

AOPA may take the attaboy for the organization’s FlyQ app, but it’s really Seattle Avionics Software that’s done well with the latest FlyQ EFB. FlyQ EFB evolved from the AOPA member-freebie FlyQ flight planning resource for desktop and smartphones. We’ve always been fond of Seattle Avionics’ approach to flight planning and their design of well-thought-out apps for the Android market. Their handiwork continues with FlyQ EFB for iPad.

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