I have been a iPad in cockpit user since I got my instrument rating around 6 years ago. I use it mostly for approach charts, AFD info to brief on frequencies and local procedures, and of course en route maps, etc. I like to keep my eyes outside or on my certified instruments so I don't play that much with all the bells and whistles. Although I am quite capable with electronics, for me simplicity is key- in the plane I want to fly, not play with my iPad. I started with Foreflight, which works great. However, after their pricing structure kept going up I got a little disenchanted with them and moved on to Garmin Pilot. Again, good app, lots of nice features. I am now ready to move to using a low cost ADS-B in since all these cheap solutions are becoming available. In that quest I noticed Garmin Pilot doesn't play nice with some of the non-Garmin products that are coming out (ie. Stratux, Merlin, etc). As someone who always champions the little guys in business I figure I want to move to one of the lesser known EFBs. I'm looking for PIREPS for the alternatives to Garmin Pilot and Foreflight. I know there is FlyQ, WingX, and FltPlan Go, maybe others I'm missing. Here is the features I want/care about: 1. Current IFR/ VFR charts that update easily (preferably automatically) 2. Ability to get a legal brief and file directly with flight service for IFR flight from the app. ATC confirmation with routing sent back to the app is a huge plus. 3. Taxi Diagrams showing my plane on the diagram 4. Ability to pull up the AFD easily and airport info. 5. Compatible with iPad and Andriod (not a deal breaker if only 1 but I'd like the choice to use Apple or Droid) 6. Stable- again I don't want to be playing with it the whole flight, so stability is a big deal for me 7. Plays nice with mostly all ADS-B in solutions 8. Has synthetic vision- I've never used it but since I'm getting a ADS-B in id like that option 9. Price- I'd rather pay for a extra flight or 2 then pay more for an app because it is the market leader. So with that- what do you guys recommend.