On the 20th of September Apple released iOS15, their latest operating system for iOS devices (iPad, iPhone). We’ve completed extensive testing with iOS15 on a range of devices and have discovered no issues with the current 8.1.11 release of AvPlan EFB.

Given the above, we still recommend caution when upgrading devices to the latest iOS release. Upgrade non critical devices at a non critical time (ie, not before getting in the aircraft to fly across the country). After a number of days or more, upgrade more important or primary devices.

AvPlan EFB 8.0

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iOS 14 Good to go


Update 8/10/20: Users can consider upgrading all devices to iOS14.



Recently Microsoft released a new version of their flight simulator, MSFS2020 and we’ve fielded quite a few questions about its use with AvPlan EFB. Here are a few frequently asked questions and answers.

Does AvPlan EFB work with MSFS2020?

Yes it is known to work, on both Android and iOS. You will need to use extra software to make the two packages work together (which is no different to how older Flight Simulator versions worked). The options are FSUIPC or XMaspy. There are current reports of lagging issues with FSUIPC but XMaspy is reported to work well. From reports, XMaspy is the easiest to get installed and operational.

Does AvSoft Australia support AvPlan EFB connecting to MSFS2020

We do not officially support any flight simulator software, but MSFS2020, FSX and X-Plane all use the same mechanism we use internally to test our software. We provide assistance to customers on a best effort basis only.

Do you provide discounts to flight simulator users?

At the present time no special discounts are available.



AvPlan EFB for iOS 7.10.4

AvPlan EFB for Android 1.2.18

AvPlan EFB 7.10

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