- distance/bearing measurements with Terrain X-Ray™
- time and distance rings
- CAP search grids
- larger aircraft markers
- support for four additional ADS-B receivers (for a total of nine)
- latitude/longitude data entry
- full FAA Airport Facilities Directory (A/FD)
- user-customizable extended course line
- user-selectable units of measurement for speeds, weights, fuel
- and more.
FlyQ 1.4.3 has many performance and stability improvements, especially for IFR pilots and iPad 2 / iPad mini users. It’s fully optimized for iOS 8 and also works on iOS 6 and 7.
FlyQ EFB 1.4 is the first FlyQ EFB version released under the Seattle Avionics name. Seattle Avionics designed, developed, and has always owned FlyQ EFB, but previous versions were marketed under the AOPA brand through a cooperative marketing agreement that has now expired.
“FlyQ EFB was already the top-rated iPad app on the market and we think we knocked it out of the park with this new 1.4 release,” said Steve Podradchik, Seattle Avionics CEO. “You’re about to see rapid innovation for both the product itself and its marketing; version 1.4 is just the warm-up.”