Avare has improved and changed often but this Introductory website is updated infrequently so please also visit our Play Store or Forum for the latest. Our YouTube Apps4Av Channel is also updated infrequently but may be helpful in getting acquainted with Avare installation and basics or learning a few tricks, and if you Subscribe you’ll be notified anytime something new does appear there. To explore all of the very latest screens and features, we invite you to just install the free open source app and a small selection of the free FAA materials formatted to work with it.
Here are some sample screens to give you a quick sense of some Avare capabilities and the overall interface. The screens captured most recently are on top, with some older screens below. Again, this site is infrequently updated, so even the most recent screens here are likely to not be the latest version, or to show the latest features and interface.
Screen Sample From A Much Older Avare Version
This screen capture was done March 28, 2014 on a Nexus 7 tablet showing Nexrad radar on Avare 5.4.5 in Landscape mode zoomed out to show precip with GPS acquired, AEX as destination, and the device stationary on the ground. Note that some of the Dynamic Fields (across the top) have been changed from defaults by the user (double-tap), with “background” (gray bar) on.
This screen capture was done October 1, 2013 on a Nexus 7 tablet in Portrait mode showing an Active Plan from IZA to O52 via SMF to avoid TFRs. Chart Type is set to WAC and zoomed out to show a large portion of the route.