Landing an airplane at an uncontrolled aerodrome in Canada is not trivial. All sorts of different approaches are required, depending on many factors. For instance, an airport with a mandatory frequency has different protocol than one without. Also, the runway heading and the airplane heading determine your approach path. Lastly, there are 'left hand circuits' and 'right hand circuits' in effect. So, what's the fastest way of determining the correct procedure? Well... I present to you: my latest iPhone application iApproach CA.
It compliments my other aeronautical iPhone applications iVOR and iPSTAR. The latter is a highly effective trainer for your pre-solo written examination. And yes, like they say in North America: "You have to eat your own dogfood". I trained myself using my own software, and scored a solid 100% on the test.
Those applications are for an extremely small niche: how many Canadian Pilots are there? And how many with an iPhone? On the up-side: competition is pretty much non existent. If you want to train yourself Canadian Aeronautics using an iPhone, you have only one option for a vendor, and that's me. Sure, a 100,000 applications in the appstore. But I've got the market cornered on this one :-)