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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by bodean, Dec 10, 2009.
Any suggestions for those pilots on here?
There was another thread on this. We are SOL for now unless you know how to code an app. Logbook pro is working on a solution possibly mid-2010 which means 2011.
Any updates to anyone developing this type of app?
I also think Safelog may be working on one.
I'm working on one at the moment.
I use LogTen on my iPhone and it's okay, but the price is ridiculous.
My outlook is to release the Android app, with a Windows/Mac desktop and Web counterpart shortly after. Hoping for the Android app to be at a stable release within 1 month's time, with a beta release somewhere in between now and then.
Got some great features planned, like being able to export in different logbook formats from the web similar to the LogTen desktop version.
If anyone has any suggestions I'm willing to hear them! Just send me a PM on these forums.
Just my own opinion, I'm sure whatever comes down the pike will be great and I may try them all.
I'm already using logbook pro with my laptop, to have an app on my Droid would be kinda redundant to me, unless it could synch up with my laptop install. Lately after the day's flying I just hit my laptop for it ...
RW-1: Can you PM me the website to that application you use? I would definitely be willing to check out integration from several other popular apps.
Also, a lot of pilot's haven't made the jump to digital logbooks yet, and some of them never will. It's every developers goal to provide something that will work for everyone.
If you can make even a somewhat useful logbook for the droid, I will be one of your first customers. I would love to be able to record times right after my flights.
Database as Logbook
In my recent Treo days I logged all my flights and instruction given in a datebase called JFile. I was able to define fields, have pull down menus for aircraft, N numbers,etc. and it was also searchable and filter-able so I was able, on the fly to see when I last flew with a student, how many times, in what aircraft, etc. REALLY miss it. Just not the same getting the laptop out at the end of the day....I kept the last 6 years of flying and instruction on it and export to Excel for permanent paper record.....JFile is not planning on developing for Android...I'm in for a solution.
-Would like to see the features above as well as import functions.
Logbook Pro Flight Log Software and Airline Pilot's Daily Aviation Logbook for Pilots ...
One of the most well known apps IMO...
Please keep us updated on here or twitter. I'm at a daily loss without a logbook (having to bring my old WM6 phone on the road, and use APDL)
Any update to a working Airline Logbook on Android OS yet?