iRegatta android 1.50

Version 1.50 has been released, including a statistics view with Max Speed, Trip Odometer, Polar diagrams and a performance bar on the race view, comparing your current performance with your polars.

Make sure to set the wind informations correct for polars to make sense.

iRegatta for android

A first "Basic" release of iRegatta for android has been published on the android market.

This first version has all the basic features for racing, based on the internal GPS of the device.
You have speed (SOG), course (COG) and VMG, based on a typed in Wind Direction.
You get the lift indicator.
You have you speed and VMG history graph.

Version 2.60 bug fix

Unfortunately there was a bug in the iPad version, that somehow got through Apples review unnoticed. A bug fix (version 2.61) has been submitted and a request for expedited review has been filed. So hopefully a new version will be available soon.

In case Apple should choose to deny an expedited review, it might take up to 2 weeks to get the new version approved by Apple.

Sorry for the inconvenience. Hope the new features will make it up to you once the update is approved.

Regards Let's Create

Version 2.60 released

A new version with many new features has been released.
-Main menu buttons replaced by sliding views
-New setting for prefered longitude/latitude format
-Graphical layline feature, when navigating towards waypoints
-Input for jibe angle, for downwind laylines
-Create temporare waypoint by bearing/distance
-Create simple routes of a series of waypoints
-Settings for auto advancing to next waypoint when navigating a route
-Support for UDP packets when connected to NMEA devices

iRegatta 2.00 is on it's way

iRegatta 2.00 will soon be released. There are two mayor improvements:

1. iRegatta is now a "Universal app", meaning it now runs on iPhone/iPod touch and iPad, and not just a small iPhone view on the iPad.

2. iRegatta can now get instrument information from NMEA devices using WiFi (like iNmea). This means iRegatta will work on iPod touch and iPads without GPS, if your boat has a device that broadcasts NMEA 0183 information from your boats instruments via WiFi.

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