The ZuluLog Android app can be used as a standalone pilot logbook, but
is designed to work with customer accounts at ZuluLog.com. Users can
enter, edit, and view flights from anywhere, with or without a data
connection, from any compatible Android device. Once back online,
syncing with the online logbook at ZuluLog.com is done through a single
The Android app also includes features such as tracking of PIC currency,
instrument currency, and NVG currency. Customers can also create custom
fields for flight entry through their ZuluLog.com accounts, and have the
fields available in the app.
Also included is an exclusive Flight Counters screen that can track
takeoffs, landings, approaches, and holds in real time, as well as total
flight time, simulated instrument time, and actual instrument time,
making it an invaluable tool for student pilots, CFIs, and
instrument-rated pilots. These totals can be transferred to the Flight
Entry screen with a single click.
Customers can also use the app’s dedicated screens to track notes,
squawks, nav/comm frequencies, transponder codes, and IFR clearances.
The app also includes reference information useful to pilots, such a
light gun signal chart, VFR visibility requirements, IFR alternate
airport requirements, Morse code, and more.
Other features include a set of pilot tools such as red and white
flashlights and a magnetic compass with a heading bug, and also a night
mode setting to help preserve night vision adaptation in low-light
“Our customers love the security and flexibility of keeping their flight
records online at ZuluLog.com,” says Kelly J. Bonner, Vice President of
Customer Relations. “But they also want to be able to log and view
flight details and currency information when they’re in remote
locations, away from an active Internet connection. Our new Android app
gives them the best of both worlds.”
Kelly adds, “Over the last twelve months, we’ve seen an explosion of
demand for mobile apps by law enforcement customers who take their
smartphones and tablets with them when they fly. We’re happy to respond
to this demand with what we believe is the most useful and functional
pilot logbook app on the market today.”
The ZuluLog Android app is currently free for all users, although future
releases are expected to be made available only to active ZuluLog.com
customers. The company is also developing dedicated apps for iPhone and
iPad, due for release by late 2011.
For more information, please visit the company’s website at