You can now use the Apple Watch Fly Now app to quickly log your Out/Off/On/In times, straight from your wrist. No need to take your phone out of your pocket! LogTen will also automatically detect your departure and arrival airports for you, making the process even easier!
watchOS 7 or higher is required
If the app is not downloaded to your Apple Watch automatically, you can manually install it by opening the Watch app on your iPhone, tapping on My Watch, and scrolling until you see LogTen.
You can find out more about the process in the official support article from Apple, which you can find here: Download apps on your Apple Watch
- A large button indicating the time being logged/edited
- A stopwatch, reading the elapsed Total Time
- A location indicator
- If the times are Off/In (take off, landing), a sun or moon will also appear to indicate a day/night take off/landing.
- If the location is unavailable, you might see an "Unavailable" message. It is still possible to manually add the location from your iPhone.
- If coordinates are available, but the watch was unable to communicate with the phone, or there were no nearby airports, the location indicator will show "Coordinates". Tapping this will slide open a screen that displays the latitude and longitude.
When you reach the Summary screen, you will see:
- The OOOI Times (Out/Off/On/In) that have been logged (to edit them, simply tap the relevant box and a time picker will appear)
- The "Pilot Flying" toggle, which you can quickly turn on, if appropriate
- Departure/Arrival places (with a sun, or moon icon next to them based on whether it was a Day or Night take off or landing)
- Total Time, Air Time, Night Time, and Distance of the flight.
If everything looks good, tap "Done" and the flight will be sent to your iPhone:
To edit your Watch face:
- Long-tap the screen, which will enter edit mode
- Tap edit
- Scroll right until you arrive to the "Complications" edit screen
- Tap the position where you want LogTen, and select it from the list
- Log your flights in no time!
Apple Support cover complications in this article: Change the Watch face on your Apple Watch