I've been using on the Kobo flying gliders. The Android version just as good. Moving map displays are essential to keep out of aerospace. LK8000 does just that.
The best soaring software for paraglider pilots bar none. It started out as a fork of XCSoar but thanks to responsive developers it has transformed into something far better suited to paragliding and hang gliding than XCSoar. Initial setup could be a bit easier but it is well worth putting in the time to learn the software. If you fly competitions, dump XCSoar and install LK8000 immediately, it works perfectly for our competitions!
I've been using LK8000 for several years and been 100% satisfied with it. I've been awaiting this Android version and using simulation mode it responsed as expected. I'll be flying with it in the next few weeks.
It's like xcsoar in roids :)
fix "Declare Task" over bluetooth, reported with LXNano, but all device a concerned.
fix memory corruption with OpenAIP waypoint file
add "permanent"/"only in flight" parameter for live tracking
speed up terrain randering on device with multicore cpu
improved FAI sector drawing in analysis dialog