Pilot eLog: a robust, feature-rich, user-friendly electronic logbook
( Unrated )
Shareware( $34.95 to buy )
February 10, 2014
About Pilot eLog for Mac OS X
Pilot eLog is the most robust, feature-rich, user-friendly cross-platform electronic logbook you'll find on the market --- nothing else comes close!It's straight forward, uncluttered and intuitive interface looks very much like the paper logbooks that pilots are used to. The main logbook screen provides a wealth of information to the pilot without having to go to any other screens for your primary information.
17 different reports and endorsements
All key information available at a glance right on the main screen
All currency and date expirations are clearly color-coded to visually alert the pilot well before actual expiration, without the need for annoying pop-up windows
Automatic updating of BFR due date when a new rating is recorded
Automatic updating of the next medical due date. In case of Class 3, also automatically considers the Data of Birth for determining the date.
Automatic determination of Day, Night and Instrument currency
All data is stored locally on your computer, not on someone else's web server
Built-in backup and restore to protect your data
Total flight time can be entered two ways: by entering the start and stop Hobbs time or by directly inputting the total time
Extensive data validation when flight records are added
Accelerator keys to make data entry faster
Start your Pilot eLog from any point in time by picking a point and entering your totals
Online links to FAA and FAR reference sites
Complete text to many logbook-related FAR's
Immediate viewing of day, night and instrument currency plus BFR and medical expiration dates
Fully Cross-Platform Compatible:
Your user interface works the same way under Mac OS X or Windows
Your Logbook datafile can be moved freely between platforms
Your registration information will work on both platforms
You are free to start on Windows and move to Mac OS X later. No need to pay for 2 versions.
Changes in this version:
- Fixed bug causing Pilot eLog to ignore an Instrument Proficiency Check when determining Instrument currency
- Fixed bug preventing the "ignore the CFI requirement during data entry" option (under the Military tab in Preferences) from displaying.
100% compatible with 10.6.6 "Snow Leopard" and above.