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  1. PRESS RELEASE Do you own an iPad or iPhone? Are you a serious simmer? If so, take note that a brand new mobile app, Pilot Assist Pro, has been launched. Pilot Assist Pro was originally designed for real-world General Aviation pilots. But Bryan York, who is also the FS2Crew developer and the man behind Pilot Assist Pro, thought that the flight simmers should not be excluded. Says Bryan, “There is a tremendous overlay between simulated aviation and real-world aviation. After all, a checklist is still a checklist, a METAR is still a METAR, and a scratchpad is still a scratchpad. It doesn’t matter if you’re copying down an ATIS in the real-world or copying down an ATIS on VATSIM, a scratchpad is just a useful in either case.” Bryan continues that Pilot Assist Pro is a good choice for budget conscious simmers seeing maximum bang for their buck. “Most aviation apps these days are going toward a subscription model, which can really add up over time and become quite expensive. But our app does not require a subscription. It’s good for life”. Product highlights: Create and share checklists on-line or privately via email. Checklists can include personal notes and images (useful for training aid purposes) Checklists have big buttons, for ease of use METARs/TAFs featuring “SkyView” technology Scratchpad Logs Document Viewer (Charts, Aircraft Manuals, and more) NOTAMs Of interest especially to flight simmers Discover more about Pilot Assist Pro at: www.pilotassistpro.com.
  2. Hello again all, I realize it has been quite a while since my last update. Things have not been standing still, they just have been progressing much slower than I hoped, I have no real excuse other than saying my personal life came in the way. With the help of many you I have been able to identify and resolve issues in the current version 1.1.4 / 1.1.5 available on the Apple and Goodle App Stores. Some of the Android users have been receiving updated “beta” versions for testing as well. I’d like to thank you all for your great help. Many of you have been asking about the progress made on version 2.0 which will include a PFD screen and EICAS. Well, again things have not been standing still but I was hoping to have it released by now. It is close but unfortunately not quite ready for release yet. I can tell you it will be worth the wait once released. I’ve been testing version 2.0 myself quite a lot recently to iron out the issues and I must say it is quite enjoyable to be flying with a “home” cockpit built out of 2 tablets and an iPhone. The way I have mine currently set up I have my 10” iPad3 in landscape mode in front of me displaying the PFD & NAV displays side-by-side. I have my 7” Nexus tablet on the right of that in portrait mode displaying the upper and lower EICAS displays. Finally, below the Nexus, I have my iPhone4 in portrait mode displaying the FMC. Everything pretty much laid out as it would be sitting in the captain’s seat in most airliners. Off course it is entirely configurable which devices show which display(s), hence many different configurations using more or less devices are imaginable. Note that iFMS does not require a whole lot of processing power to run, most older iOS/Android tablets/phones will work fine as long as you have sufficient storage space available for storing the navdata (be aware it does NOT run on the iPad 1st generation though). iFMS 2.0 will therefore make it quite affordable for any simmer now to build a simple but yet very usable and realistic home cockpit using just a couple of (older model) iOS/Android tablets and/or phones which can be found second hand these days for a nickel and a dime. I will be taking some pictures of my setup and some snapshots of the new displays as soon as possible to give you all a bit of a preview. Hopefully I will have news about a potential release date shortly after that as well. Michael De Feyter iFMS www.ifms-fs.com
  3. There's been a lot of interest in scenery building recently. Rob Scott tries out Flight1's IOS, see how he got on. ...Read On
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