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Anyone know of any aviation style software for the Blackberry? I posted on another forum as a wish for a logbook. The creator said he would look into it.
We are working with a software company called SeaGil (who created our main database for our company scheduling and recordkeeping) to create an email format that would have blanks to be filled in to email back and automatically be entered into the database. This would keep us from having to create a costly, large BB program to put on every device. Also it would not be dependant upon having a BB, I don't know why anyone would want to use anything else.
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Did some searching for you too, no results... :(
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Thanks, it usually takes a while for aviation to catch up to today's technology. I am surprised though. "Flight Options" and "Net Jets" pilots (about 3000-4500) all have a BB. Every day I see more and more pilots switching to BB. You would think that someone would have made some sort of Aviation productivity software by now.
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Electronic Facilities & Airport Directory (eFAD) works on and has been tested on BlackBerry devices. You can sign-up on the Production Software website for a free 15 day trial on the website, product page pspda.com/efad.html
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