LogTen Pro X: The Pilot Logbook
By Coradine Aviation Systems
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Welcome to LogTen Pro X, the world’s most advanced pilot logbook. Download it today and experience the power of the first and only pilot logbook designed specifically for Mac OS X Yosemite with full support for iCloud Drve:
- Import data from CSV and tab delimited text files – our fantastic support staff will help you make the transfer of data efficient and easy
- Import airline schedules
- Choose from over 100 built in reports or create your own custom reports
- Configure your own Smart Groups to analyze your time in any way you want
- Instantly edit large blocks of flights all at once
- Apply specific times to selected ranges of flights (e.g. Select all the C172 flights and log dual received with one click)
**For the All New Radar Tab with Plan and Analyze views plus our unique new Dynamic Time Loupe™ and Fly Now quick entry features get LogTen Pro X for your iPhone, iPad or iPod.**
LogTen Pro X is the leading international pilot logbook platform for all your Apple devices. It is the tool of choice for tens of thousands of pilots in nearly 200 countries, and every major airline. From glider pilots to Gulfstream pilots, and from Apache pilots to airline pilots, whether you've got 10 hours or 10,000, LogTen Pro X is designed to be completely customizable for your type of flying, country, region or company so you can track exactly what you need.
LogTen Pro X on your Mac gives you unmatched capabilities, wherever you are – Add, review and update Flights, Aircraft, Aircraft Types, Places, Trips, People and Certificates. Generate and print incredible reports from basic summaries to complete logbooks.
Use LogTen Pro X’s powerful smart groups to track virtually any currency or limit, and filter your flights based on any criteria. You can track anything about your flying, from how much tailwheel time you have to when the last time Joe Smith was the relief pilot on your Dubai trip.
LogTen Pro X includes over 100 built-in reports for everything from applying for a job on airlineapps.com, to printing full paper logbooks in dozens of formats from around the world.
LogTen Pro X is now a one time purchase - you'll always have the latest version of LogTen Pro, fully supported on the latest hardware and operating systems so your logbook can grow with you as you upgrade and as Apple continues to improve. Install on up to 5 Macs, sync between them seamlessly with iCloud, and receive all future updates and new major versions at no additional charge.
What's New in Version 7.0.3
- Various minor bug fixes and improvements
- Repaired an issue with US ASA reports not tallying Day Landings
- Improved the European reports when reporting in IFR column
Log Ten Pro X
I have to agree with a lot of the reviewers complaining about the subscription pricing instituted for the iPad and iPhone apps. I grudgingly paid the $99 cost for the Mac program, but there is no way I will pay a $30 one-time fee along with a $50/yr “subscription” for the mobile apps. There is simply not enough functionality to justify the cost. I don’t really need the electronic signature pad and syncing just isn’t all that big of a deal to me, with the realtively low amount of flying I do.
The main reason I went with LogTen Pro was that it was a native Mac program. I happily used Windows based Logbook Pro running in Parallels for a number of years. It did a fine job as a logbook and had a MUCH better method of tracking currency, including BFR and Medical, for each class, cataegory, and day/night. LogTen pro runs reasonably quickly, has been pretty relaible, and has a solid basic logbook functionality. I think the currency tracking function is very weak because it is hard to configure. I would also like better control of the columns displayed in the Logbook screen. The slew of reports available are generally useless to me as I am not a professional pilot.
I am still reasonably happy with the Mac program (would probably rate it 3 stars), but I refuse to buy into the mobile pricing model. No more money from me,unless something improves.
Go elsewhere for your logbook needs
I don’t ever write app reviews but I felt that Coradine needs to own up to their performance, or lack thereof, on this app. I upgraded from LogTen Pro version 6.5 and was thoroughly disappointed. First off, the app is severely overpriced. If you go with the mobile app (which I elected not to based on the price) you are essentially paying a subscription-based fee merely to have iCloud syncing between your phone and laptop. As for the app itself, mine won’t even perform the most basic of tasks. I lost all of my totals, smart groups, and currency numbers upon upgrading, despite following the instructions on transferring all of my information from version 6. Luckily I was still able to view all of my flights for safe transfer to another platform. They require you to jump through plenty of hoops to get technical support and there isn’t even a phone number I can call for help. I felt as if once they get paid, they don’t care about anything else.
For logbook apps on a Mac I would look for other options. I quickly switched to another app myself. I will never spend another dime on Coradine software, which is a shame because until I upgraded I had nothing but success.
Well worth the expense for a professional pilot
This is an outstanding software program for a professional pilot.
As for the complaints about subscription based software….these businesses need to cover their overhead! It costs a lot of money to pay developers and respond to customer issues. The world of apps is changing and expecting “free” functional, supported and updated software is not possible with today’s comepetive market. So please get over the subscription based business model. It is here to stay.
For the occasional GA pilot who flies the same airplane VFR less than 200 hours a year, you are better off using Google sheets to keep track and/or a pen and paper.
If you are trying to become a professional pilot, you should definately get this program. During the application process your employer will ask you to seperate your flight time into mulitple categories. This program is the quickets way to do that and fill out your resume.
I am an airline and military pilot. This is the best program that lets me track of everything quickly and accurately right after my flight on my iPhone or iPad.
Yes, this program has issues like every other software program in the world. Now that they have moved to a subscriptioned based model I expect they will have more money to respond to customer issues.