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The app is nice looking and a small improvement from its predecessor. The ability to have weather and especially traffic would be a major improvement to the application.The safety gained from such an addition would be great.For Fore Flight, this is another milestone in their growth from two-man startup to market-leading software company.Instead of having to pursue a series of complicated and expensive deals with various data providers around the world, they can now offer truly worldwide coverage with the stroke of a pen.Contact your Jeppesen account manager for details.*** Re-designed UI and Flight Drawer Improved mapping and rendering performance D-ATIS for 70 airports in the United States Airport NOTAMs Ownship supported on Class B / Reference Charts OTS - Label improvements (full coordinate value is now supported in addition to ARINC format)Improved Annotations / Highlighting Support for new AIDs including CMC, Freeflight, FOMAXEnhanced SID / STAR selector Improved weather implementation and coverage area including weather source from ' The Weather Company' i Pad Pro 11” full screen support Miscellaneous issues resolved This app doesn’t really do anything but read charts.The AMM feature is interesting but not nearly as useful as the chart itself.It’s not quite on the level of the AOL-Time Warner merger, but the announcement this week that Fore Flight and Jeppesen are partnering on app development is certainly big news.
And even if it did, displays only allow for METAR & TAF information. If you’re considering Jeppesen products, get them through Fore Flight. They really need to incorporate ADSB-in technology from Foreflight.
The relationship works both ways: Jeppesen will add their worldwide database and charts to Fore Flight, while Fore Flight will work with Jeppesen to overhaul their Flite Deck Pro app.