About the LogTen Pro for iOS 6.0.10 Update

Version 6.0.10 is a free update to all version 6 users of the following LogTen Pro Pilot Logbook applications:

  • LogTen Pro for iPhone
  • LogTen Pro for iPad
  • LogTen Pro Universal

What's New?

  • Full support for the glorious new iPhone 5 display
  • Optimized for iOS 6
  • Addressed signature, sync pairing and delete popover issues with iOS 6
  • Improved the Instrument currency group allowing flight details to be viewed on iOS devices
  • Addressed an issue where saved images may appear incorrectly when selected for viewing or editing on iPad
  • Addressed an issue with some European and AsiaPac customers where Special Night field values may not have reported those totals correctly
  • Added additional Aircraft Types to internal database
  • Fixed a rare People syncing issue which may have occurred when multiple People records shared the same ID
  • Minor bug fixes and performance improvements

Updated Reports and Exporters

  • Removed duplicate Approach place entries in South African reports
  • Added new Summary for PilotCredentials.com report
  • Removed the date range error preventing the Export Places report from being viewed on iPhone

How to update from an earlier version of LogTen Pro for iOS version 6

Note: Before updating, we strongly recommend backing up your data using the steps in the section below.

To update, simply launch the App Store app from your iOS device and select Updates. Find the LogTen Pro app from the list and select Update.

Backup your data

There are a few ways to back up your iOS device's logbook: iCloud, iTunes, & Email

iCloud - iOS 5 includes an automatic iCloud backup system. The iCloud Backup page on Apple's website includes details on setting it up. The downside of this backup approach is that it is not possible to restore data for individual apps, which can make the restore process inconvenient.

iTunes - Unless iCloud backup is on, iTunes will make a backup of your iOS device almost every time you sync with it. If do use the iCloud backup, you can also make a backup of your device in iTunes manually. To make a manual iTunes backup, plug in your device, and open iTunes. Then, right-click your device in the left sidebar, and select Back Up. If anything ever happens to your device, there is a free tool that can be used to extract application data from iTunes backup files.

Email - You can email a copy of your logbook to yourself quite easily. Within LogTen Pro on your iOS device, go to the More tab, and select Help. Switch on "Attach logbook (recommended)" and then tap Email Support. This will create a new email with a copy of your logbook file attached. The default recipient is our support center, but you can change this to your personal email, and keep a copy of your logbook file in your email as a backup. If anything happens to your device, we can send this file back to you to download directly into your LogTen Pro app!

Syncing and Re-pairing

With the earlier 6.0.7 release, LogTen Pro updated it's unique identifiers used by the Sync mechanism to meet Apple's plan for deprecating UDID usage.

Note: If you encounter slow syncing, it is recommended that you update all LogTen Pro iOS devices to the latest version (6.0.10), un-pair all of your devices, and re-pair only the devices you continue to use.