Doesn't work The app opens and the big grey circle just spins and spins but never loads anything. If the FAA wants to say it's OUR responsibility to make sure we fly safely, then they need to produce the proper tools for this. The fact people are actually downloading this app shows people are trying to do just that. The rating of this app on the other hand shows the complete opposite on the FAA's part.
Lost in Airspace This app almost never works. It never opens and is as useful as a plane without wings. I would have a better chance of knowing if I was in a class D Airspace by putting my ear to the ground and listening for jet engines. Don't waste your time loading it on your phone or tablet.
Wow, I've never seen an app rated so low, but I see why... You'd think with all the horrible feedback, the developers might take note and make some improvements (or perhaps just start over)... but this is truly awful. For such a crucial and urgently needed application, this is the worst possible implementation.
Needs work Obviously from everyone's feedback this app needs work in many ways. One thing I'd like to see improve is the base map. You could easily switch to open street map (OSM), and use a custom base map designed for this particular use.
I would give this app a negative 5 stars if I could. I installed the app on three different devices with three different versions of android, the newest being marshmallow over 1 week ago. All I get when I start the app is a spinning circle. On Honeycomb and ICS after about 10 minutes I get a message to check my connection or try later. On marshmallow it finally crashes and Android tells me the app has stopped responding. Since the FAA developed this app I must say: What a waste of taxpayer money! With all your resources you could not get this right?
Worked once, hasn't since The app did everything it was supposed to the first time I opened it. Ever since then it is just like all the other commenters said. Big rotating gray circle and the map doesn't load at all. Completely useless.
Updated screens for Washington DC area, bug fixes