AircraftIT for iPad, is now available for FREE download on the iTunes App Store.

Preview AircraftIT for iPad here

Conduce Software were commisioned to develop an iPad app which would complement the vendor neutral Aviation IT website AircraftIT on the 27th of September 2011. After submitting the completed app to the iTunes App Store on the 7th of Oct we are delighted to announce that after only 5 days approval time version 1.0.0 is now ready for free download.

AircraftIT, which was launched earlier this year as a spin-off of the highly successful series of Aviation MRO & Operations IT Conferences is the brainchild of Aircraft Commerce’s Ed Haskey and was developed by Conduce Software’s sister company Dreamscape Design. Having analysed the amount of visitors accessing the website with iPads it made perfect sense to provide an app with optimised content that would allow for offline access to media and resources that the website provides to its users. The Conduce team consulted with AircraftIT to design a useful app that boosted the profile of the website, yet allowed users to take advantage of some of the website’s rich content whilst offline. One factor that was very important to AircraftIT was to make the app instantly usable and available on the app store in a very short period of time. In order to to this Conduce Software proposed a phased development approach which would allow an initial version to be released and approved on the App Store with one eye on developing more complex functions in future versions. It was our aim to have the app available in time for the Aircraft Commerce Airline & Aerospace MRO IT & Operations IT Conference in Singapore on the 18th and 19th of October.

The initial version of AircraftIT for iPad allows users to register on the AircraftIT website and read the current bi-monthly eJournals. Future versions will allow for back copies of journals to be read and software demonstration webinars to be viewed as well as extending other features of the website.

Please contact us for information about Conduce Software’s bespoke iOS development services.