Cross Wind Assistant takes its place on the AOPA App List

Benét J. Wilson with the AOPA has released a list of “General” Aviation Apps and the Cross Wind  Assistant has made the list!

http://www.aopa.org/flightplanning/articles/2013/130122general-apps.html

Thank you to everyone who has supported my Flying Bug with your app purchases.  Check back often, there are a few more projects in the pipeline to be released this year along with updates and enhancements to the Aircraft Weight and Balance and Cross Wind Assistant Apps.  Your comments and suggestions are always welcome.

-Rick

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2 Responses

  1. don morrisey says:

    Rick, great app…available for iphone? thx. Don

    • Rick says:

      Sorry Don, there is not an iPhone version yet. I was waiting to see if the app would “Take Off” before investing in the necessary licensing and computer hardware to develop apps for Apple products. Google/Android charges a one time $25 to develop apps, Apple charges $100 a year and I have to buy an Apple computer to develop the apps ($300+). My goal is to use app profits for additional flight training and the Apple/iPhone would take a large bite of my tiny app income. To make long story short, It will be a while until I dive into Apple/iPhone development. I’m sorry to disappoint you and all the Apple device users.

      Thank you for your interest,

      -Rick

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