Engineering Magic®

Apple Approved
Bad Elf's accessories meet the requirements of  Apple's MFi program.  Our engineering team tests extensively with each new product release of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
 
Apps Galore
Developers with deep domain expertise and great design acumen combine Bad Elf and Apple devices to create the ultimate user experience.  See the list.
No Cellular Required
Our products provide rock-solid GPS to iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch to allow you to see your GPS position in any app on the App Store.

Blog

Bad Elf GPS App Turns 3.0

July 21, 2015

  We are thrilled to announce a major update to our free Bad Elf GPS utility app, version 3.0, is now available in the iTunes App Store for download. This is the first complete re-write of the app from the ground up since we released our first iOS app back in 2010. The primary goal of our app is to support our Bad Elf GPS hardware accessories — checking the health of the hardware, transferring trip logs, performing firmware updates, and other utility functions. We’ve streamlined these essential functions and added some new features you’ll find useful while in the air, on the water, or in the field.   The first thing we did was create a fresh new design,...

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Welcome, Wombat.

July 17, 2015

We’re excited to announce Bad Elf Wombat, a new portable accessory that simplifies how you download and install NavData updates into your avionics every 28 days. It removes the annoying step of taking memory cards home or finding a computer at the FBO, allowing you to complete the entire update process using your iPad or iPhone, without leaving the cockpit. Wombat also supports transferring other types of avionics data found on the SD card, USB key, or memory card used by your existing avionics. Depending on your avionics configuration, this card contains flight logs, engine logs, flight plans, and user-configurable checklists. With Wombat, you can: Perform NavData Avionics Updates Download and install NavData updates from anywhere in the world without leaving...

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