DroidEFB

Download DroidEFB Beta

To download (or update) DroidEFB beta on your mobile device, follow instructions below.  (NOTE: you must be on your mobile device)

  1. Click OKAY button to download the DroidEFB beta apk file to your Android device.
  2. You may be prompted to allow installation from unknown sources/non-market apps. Don’t worry, DroidEFB beta is a safe, stable app and will not harm your device!
  3. After download, find and open DroidWebBeta.apk, usually located in the Android downloads folder, to install (or update) the app.

NOTE

To continue to receive beta download notifications, navigate to Preferences > General and select “Beta Releases” within the DroidEFB app.

Download Beta From Google Play

If you prefer to download DroidEFB beta from the Google Play store, click the button below.

Get it on Google Play

Michael

Michael

"I have been a DroidEFB user for 2 years. I find DroidEFB easy to use. You can easily use it for basic VFR navigation, but it offers much more sophistication. Updates to maps and the database are painless. I highly recommend!"

"I have been a DroidEFB user for 2 years. I find DroidEFB easy to use. You can easily use it for basic VFR navigation, but it offers much more sophistication. Updates to maps and the database are painless. I highly recommend!"

See more reviews

Review

Review

Glen

Glen

"I have used this app for years, and I have tried other aviation nav apps. DroidEFB is the best."

"I have used this app for years, and I have tried other aviation nav apps. DroidEFB is the best."

See more reviews

Review

Review

Anthony

Anthony

"Best flight planning app for android by far"

"Best flight planning app for android by far"

See more reviews

Review

Review

Mike

Mike

"My instructor recommended it while I was completing my IPC. I'm a long time round dial and paper charts pilot. I still carry paper charts with me, but this is very cool. I like the geolocation feature on the approach charts, the VFR sectional is cool too, and I like entering my IFR clearance in the flight pad. Haven't tried out the weight and balance yet but I'm about to."

"My instructor recommended it while I was completing my IPC. I'm a long time round dial and paper charts pilot. I still carry paper charts with me, but this is very cool. I like the geolocation feature on the approach charts, the VFR sectional is cool too, and I like entering my IFR clearance in the flight pad. Haven't tried out the weight and balance yet but I'm about to."

See more reviews

Review

Review

Kenneth

Kenneth

"I have been using DroidEFB for several years. It's the best Android aviation app out there. The support has been great the few times I've needed it. Great app!"

"I have been using DroidEFB for several years. It's the best Android aviation app out there. The support has been great the few times I've needed it. Great app!"

See more reviews

Review

Review