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V1Rotate
09-28-2017, 10:35 AM
I’m really sick of throwing money at the coradine aviation folks for LogTen Pro. I’ve also been planning to get Foreflight anyway for leisure flying at my flying club anyway so I could justify the $100 / month. Does anyone use this as their logbook? Does it offer the functionality that LogTen pro does? (For example creating a smart group for PIC in the CRJ-200 or whatever). Can you import your LogTen pro logbook into ForeFlight? Are you happy with it?


WhiskeyKilo
09-28-2017, 12:08 PM
Zululog. 'nuf said.

I tried the foreflight logbook for a month and I could not bring myself to see the benefit of a subscription based service for logging my flight time. Last thing I need is a company holding my logbook hostage behind a pay wall.

shreddykreuger
09-28-2017, 04:08 PM
Zululog. 'nuf said.

I tried the foreflight logbook for a month and I could not bring myself to see the benefit of a subscription based service for logging my flight time. Last thing I need is a company holding my logbook hostage behind a pay wall.

Is zululog free? There’s one review on the App Store and it’s not good....

While we’re on the subject, what alternatives are people using to LogTen? Once you update your device to iOS11 the old “one time paid subscription” logten app will no longer be compatible, and you’ll have to switch to the yearly fee logten Pro (for those of you that aren’t aware). I’m not really interested in paying thousands of dollars over my career for features in a logbook app that I will never use.


Jcabesa
09-28-2017, 04:15 PM
Logbook Pro.

One time purchase. Tons of customization options.

CAirBear
09-28-2017, 05:10 PM
Logbook Pro.

One time purchase. Tons of customization options.

Ditto. Logbook Pro is awesome. As stated only pay once. Buy the Pro Version as it fills out Airline Apps for you (basically).

The only thing it lacks is it doesnt help fill out Pilot Credentials. Hopefully they will incorporate that into the Pro version soon.

stis202
09-28-2017, 05:23 PM
Logbook pro doesn't have mac compatibility.

spikemath
09-28-2017, 10:35 PM
MCC pilot log has been great. Available on both pc and Mac, one time fee for life and the customer service has been great... which I only needed when I was figuring out how to use it. It has a slight learning curve so you’d want to have it configured to import the way you want prior to connecting it with your company schedule software. Anyways, i used to have logten pro, switched to this. They converted everything from logten and sent me a file to import into my new logbook at no additional cost. There are 3 versions, the middle one is the best for airline guys unless you like to edit stuff at random on your phone, then the premium is what you want, but it’s not necessary.

WhiskeyKilo
09-29-2017, 02:08 AM
Is zululog free? There’s one review on the App Store and it’s not good....

While we’re on the subject, what alternatives are people using to LogTen? Once you update your device to iOS11 the old “one time paid subscription” logten app will no longer be compatible, and you’ll have to switch to the yearly fee logten Pro (for those of you that aren’t aware). I’m not really interested in paying thousands of dollars over my career for features in a logbook app that I will never use.

It is free. Their app isn't much to write home about but their service is web based so all you need is an internet browser to access your logbook. Fantastic customer service that has never let me down and they are always adding features.