Flight Computer Sim

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About this app

An easy and intuitive simulation of the E6B slide ruler used by many aircraft pilots.

Features a high resolution ruler with smooth controls for rotating, sliding and pinch zooming, allowing precise calculations.

Feels like a real ruler in your hands!

All three modes are available:
- Conversions
- Wind corrections (low speed)
- Wind corrections (high speed)

For more features, check out Flight Computer Pro.
Updated on
May 1, 2017

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Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

479 reviews
Abdul M. Ismail
March 26, 2021
Quite enjoyed the basic version and decided to buy the professional version. Be aware that once you purchase the professional version, it doesn't update your existing app. You have to download it again. As for functionality, I found it a useful tool to use to practise for your PPL, e.g. when you're on public transport or don't have your flight computer at hand. So, for revision for PPL exams, it's more than adequate.
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A Google user
November 18, 2019
Does the job. Instead of the apps upper right 'quit' button, would be nice if it didn't disable the Android navigation buttons [usually at the bottom of the screen: back triangle, exit circle, tabs square.]
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A Google user
March 3, 2019
Misses the point. There's no need to replicate an E6B on screen, this is hard to use. The point is to replicate its functionality. With a digital computer, this can be done better with just some textboxes.
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Diego Rodrigues
July 31, 2019
Hello, we understand your concern. The app is intended to be used by students who have to learn how to use the physical ruler, which is still required by exams in many countries, and also by pilots that still prefer the look and feel of the analog device but don't want to carry an extra weight in their flight bags. Thank you!

What's new

- Reworked the interface
- Added more information and instructions on the computer
- Wind mode now draws a line from the center to the mark