ForeFlight 2.3, Available for Download

ForeFlight 2.3, the leading iPhone aviation app, is now available for download from iTunes App Store!  Like all 2.x updates, ForeFlight 2.3 is a free upgrade for existing users.  Click here for instructions on how to download and install the new version.

Check out all the new features in ForeFlight 2.3:

  • Favorites! Add, remove, and re-order your favorite airports and weather reporting stations
  • Over 3,000 new proprietary airport thumbnail diagrams!
  • ForeFlight “Onboard”: terminal procedures and airport diagrams stored locally with color indicators that display which terminal procedures are stored on device.  Just view a procedure to store it!
  • Graphical TFRs and enhanced NOTAM details.
  • Zooming satellite weather imagery.
  • Full screen weather imagery with rotation support and auto-hide menu bars, just like the Photo app (it’s awesome)!
  • Instrument procedure viewer now supports rotation for landscape viewing.
  • When new downloads are available, the number available appears on the ForeFlight icon.
  • A new tab for the download manager, making it easier to get to.
  • Customizable tab bar that you can configure to your liking.
  • Super sexy flight plan filing email confirmations.
  • New “VFR (DC SFRA)” flight plan filing option for the Washington, D.C. airspace.
  • ARTCC and flight service information
  • New ‘confirm-to-dial’ preference that prevents you from accidentally calling an ATIS or other phone number when enabled.

Enjoy!

-the ForeFlight Team

One thought on “ForeFlight 2.3, Available for Download

  1. Now that we have Foreflight version 2.3 and the ability to “save” approach plates to the iPhone device, it begs the next set of questions:
    1. How do we know which of our “saved” approach plates have had an amendment published?
    2. How can we manage our “saved” approach plates and keep them current, when amendments are made to the published procedure?
    3. It would be nice if a user could somehow subscribe or choose a geographical, or airport list and then be able to download via the download manager the approach plates that they wish to be saved to the iPhone. Any plans for functionality like this?

    Thanks for all that you have done and are continuing to do with this product.

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