Flight planning is a powerful feature, and one that is constantly evolving. The latest version allows pilots to drag and drop waypoints on the map screen to make changes. On a flight, my routing was changed by ATC halfway to Dallas, so I made my changes on screen. Click on the flight-planning icon at the bottom and then simply put your finger on the course line and drag it to the new waypoint. If there are a few in the general vicinity of where you dragged it, the app asks which one you meant. Click on it, and the new course snaps into place. It’s very cool. Text flight planning, on the other hand, is still a work in progress. The interface is often unintuitive, and some basic capabilities, like basic text editing of a flight plan, are lacking or hard to access. There’s much room for improvement here.