Mobile FliteDeck VFR 2.2.1 available today!

Dear Mobile FliteDeck VFR users,

In addition to general performance improvements, iOS11 compatibility and minor bug fixes, Mobile FliteDeck VFR 2.2.1 brings the following new features:

- Show the current Flight Track in the GoFlying mode

- Review recorded Flight Tracks (tap on a flight in the Flight Track listing)

- Export Flight Tracks as GPX files

- See TMZ Transponder Codes in the seamless map

For further information, please view the release notes here!

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Comment by Frank Seja on November 25, 2017 at 2:28am

Dear Maverick,

thank you for the clarification on the iPad Mini and iOS versions - sounds much better now.

And regarding the "limitatios": it is good to see that there is a list of open issues (every software has them). I was thinking of sending such a list to Jeppesen as an official claim, because I came to the conclusion that Jeppesen ignores them.

What I don't like is, that there are very old limitations and very little progress on them.

Never the less: MFD VFR is actually the best electronic map.

Best regards


Comment by Shane Maverick Poh on November 24, 2017 at 9:35am

Dear Frank,

The iPad Mini in this version of release notes refers to iPad mini (1st generation) operating on iOS 9.3.5. iPad minis belonging to generations 2, 3 and 4 operating iOS 10.3 and above have been tested to be able to support Mobile FliteDeck VFR. Hope this answers your question.

As for your point with regards to the 'known limitations' section, I'll gladly forward your constructive feedback to the development team for review.



Comment by Frank Seja on November 23, 2017 at 12:58pm

One more point regarding the release note:

As a customer, I have never seen a chapter in an instruction that is named "Known Limitations" - meaning "BUGS".

This is cool. Instead of collecting this list, why don't you remove some of the BUGS.

For example: your BUG VFR450 (showing TMG+UL picture in the airport plate in planning mode, and later in flying mode, you show TMG twice) must be very easy to solve.

Please treat your customers better. Thank you.


Comment by Frank Seja on November 23, 2017 at 12:38pm

Dear all,

the release notes make sense, MFD VFR is not complicated to handle, but some feature are more easy to find with some instruction.

Strange is, to read this: "...Hardware Supported: ....Note, this does not include iPad (1st generation), iPad2 and iPad Mini."

Realy? iPad Mini is not supported? The number one hardware for small cockpits is not supported? Is this true? Please clarify.

Thank you




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