By Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2011-11-30
  • Current Version:
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 48.60 MB
  • Developer: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 599 Reviews)
  • Price:
AOPA Mags App Ratings: 3
Total 599 Reviews

AOPA Mags App Description

Delivers AOPA's monthly magazines to members of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. AOPA Pilot and Flight Training are available to AOPA digital subscribers.


AOPA Mags App Screenshots

AOPA Mags App Reviews

  • Keeps crashing

    By .....Rr...
    It’s a magazine app. Solely for reading a magazine. But when you download the magazine to your iPad to read, it crashes. I don’t understand. It’s not like it’s a powerful app for everything. AOPA seriously??
  • Pilot blood

    By Pilot Gurn
    Keep up the good work AOPA. I love aviation and I love your organization and look forward to a new magazine each month and AOPA Live each week. I wish there was a 24/7 aviation tv channel online.
  • Works Perfectly!

    By Randyw561
    No issues whatsoever.

    By KnightsOfTheSky
    Garbage app , try working on the servers so people can actually log in, tried it multiple times, I am able to sign in into my Aopa app but not my Aopa mags! How does that work either merge these 2 apps together or fix the messed up app
  • Slow, dark and dated

    By The Angry Monkey
    This feels like an old app. It also feels deeply non iOS native. I have had to restart it repeatedly to get it unstuck. Also, the interface is clunky, unintuitive and slow / unresponsive. Friends, you can do better.
  • Lacking some basics

    By Mpdxlax
    The app should have some basics, such as bookmarking. It is also slow to open up because if you leave the app for more than a few minutes it will default to the catalog page and go through an authentication process before showing your content. Why can’t it just open up to the very last place you left off, even if it has been a WOWK since you last looked at it?
  • Needs to be updated for iPad Pro display

    By Brian W1
    The app is fine, I can read the magazine and the performance is good. The main problem is that the UI is scaled up from the 9.7” iPad size. This doesn’t look good on the 10.5” iPad Pro.
  • Not so EZ

    By george13973
    I don't read every issue of AOPA Magazine like I used to. Not EZ to download, and forget about it if traveling and not on wifi.
  • Missed the mark

    By radvas
    I wanna like it, but so many things are wrong: - format is literally the print layouts. Not tuned for digital delivery at all. - reloads every time I go background to foreground - it's slow. - It's nearly useless on a phone sized screen.
  • Unacceptable

    By Steveaz1
    This app is unacceptable. The most current issue of "Pilot" magazine available for reading is Feb. 2015 (just after Amelia Earhart crashed). I am writing this in Aug. 2017. Come on AOPA, you can do better.