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iPad Plan2Nav by Jeppesen

As a long time user of Navionics I came across the free iPad app Plan2Nav by Jeppesen. It has lots of potential but seem to be very buggy for me. I've noticed the:

1. It tends to crash.
2. The compass is not pointing the right direction.
3. The GPS icon of your current location goes missing when you continue to hit the GPS button.
4. Downloading Australia/NZ maps seems to only highlight NZ.


The application looks promising but seems amazing to me that it is released with what seems to be obvious problems. I have an iPad 2 with IOS 4.3.

Anyone else have any experience with this navigation application?
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If you have any questions regarding Plan2Nav, please contact Jeppesen at 800-424-2627 or e-mail: marine.support@jeppesen.com. Our dedicated support staff is happy to assist.

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Interesting. Jepp's monopoly on aviation nav databases allows them to charge whatever they like, provide poor service, buggy software and the world's worst website.

They won't get away with it in marine nav. Plenty of competition.
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iPad Plan2Nav by Jeppesen

I did the upgrade my plan2nav on iPad and iPad2 , after that this app does not start , be carefull with upgrade it
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