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ILS Trainer: The virtual ILS approach for in-flight training.

  • New version 2.0: set an ILSs to your home airport!!

  • Train your ILS skills

  • Don't waste fuel, time and money

  • Practice safely above ground

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ARC Trainer: the cheap way to practice your ARC flying.

  • CDI

  • RMI

  • Course selection

  • Heading bug selection

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Holding Pattern: never again miss the correct holding pattern entry

  • Easy to use:

  • Select radial/course

  • Select heading

  • Select left/right turns

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ILS Trainer Version 2.0 is ready

Yep, version 2.0 of our first iOS app, ILS Trainer, is ready and waiting for review from Apple. It should be rady for download in a couple of days.

In this version you will be able to set 4 ILSs to your favorite place on earth, including any airport.

You just have to set the TDZ latitude, longitude, elevation, course and magnetic deviation and you have an ILS to anywhere.

If you don't know the coordinates of that airport you want to practice in... just try any of these map services.

You have 4 Quick Buttons to store your favorite fixed ILSs. One click and you have the HSI showing you the approach.

Welcome

Welcome to Andes Apps.

We are a Chilean company (yes, Chile, the 33 miners, remember?) targeting on developing good mobile apps.

With our CEO (that's me) being a pilot, we focus on aviation apps for pilots.

We (well, just me for the moment... :-) have published 3 apps already in the App Store: ILS Trainer, Arc Trainer and Holding Pattern. You can read more about them on each app page. Unbelievably, we still are unable to sell Android apps in Google Play from Chile...

We believe developing good apps is a refining process, started by the developer and finished by de user. Please let us know any improvement we can make to our apps by posting in our forums (comming VERY soon :-).

About Us

 

Welcome to Andes Apps,

We are a Chilean company (yes, Chile, South America, the 33 miners, remember?).

Our target is to develop good mobile apps.

With our CEO (that's me) being a pilot, we are starting with our focus on mobile aviation apps for pilots.

We (well, just me for the moment... :-) have developed 3 mobile apps so far: ILS Trainer, ARC Trainer and Holding Pattern. You can read more about them on each app page.

We believe developing good apps is a refining process, started by the developer and finished by de user. As a very good friend said: Apps are like paintings, you never finish them, you abandon them...

Please let us know any improvement we can make to our apps by posting in our forums.