Brady and Kyle,
I should preface that this is the only electronic logbook I’ve used so I don’t have anything to compare it to. A while ago I tried to go the cheap route with MCC Pilot Log and I was unsuccessful. So, this time I surveyed at least two dozen pilots. The majority of them use LogTen Pro.
The biggest deterrent initially was the $80/yr subscription (for the iOS only version). But when I learned that it was easily the logbook of choice of most of my peers it was becoming harder to refuse. Plus, I always assumed that the subscription was over $100/yr. Being that it isn’t it made the decision much easier.
As far as the functionality, it’s very user friendly. The more I use it, the more tail numbers and airports are saved on app, and the quicker it is becoming to log a flight. I have also had discussions with other pilots about importing my schedule to the app. I know that there is a way to do it. I just haven’t taken the time yet. But that would make things even easier. Right now I just have it set up to autofill my flight times after I’ve entered the OUT OFF ON and IN times. Then I have to manually enter each airport identifier, aircraft, tail, and crew. But once I figure out how to import, most of that will be autofilled too.
I just love being able to log every flight before the next as with before I put it off for 6+ months. Now, a few seconds after every flight and it’s done. And way less math errors to worry about.