Yah, there are other threads but those I coud find specifically concerning the differences between the two platforms are quite old and I did not want be be shot down for bringing up an old thread from the dead. I have been an Android user since around 2009ish, so pretty much from their beginning. The last Apple product I used was called an "Apple IIe" so I have become ignorant of most things Apple (except for the fact that more than one mouse button confuses them... ) I have been using Garmin Pilot on Samsung Galaxy tablets for four or five years now (forget exactly when I started) Recenty I have been given the opportunity to borrow a Gen 5 iPad to test GP. The reason I wanted to do this was because even though I have a very new Galaxy Tab S4, GP just seems to creeeep along and sometimes gets very unresponsive. I wanted to see if the performance of GP on an iPad would justify the 08. to 1.1 AMUs necessary to acquire one. What I learned is that there is very obviously a reason why the Android version is so slow to catch updates and bug fixes (ie: there is an issue with logbook reports that causes the app to comletely crash whenever it is accessed. It has happened from the very begining and I have reported it multiple times but it has NEVER been addresed.) It is painfully apparent that ALL of the programmer resources at the Garmin Pilot devlopment branch are being dedicated to adding new features to the Apple version of the app and hardly anything is being directed at even FIXING the broken parts of the Android version, let alone adding new features. Given the vast differences in features and performance between the two platforms it is absolutely unconscionable that Garmin is charging anything at all, let alone the full rate, for the Android version of this app. It has almost come to the point where my testing may have had an opposite effect in that instead of investing in an iPad, I may just dump Garmin completely and start using one of the many other options out there.