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iPad x Rod Machado = iRod? Machado’s Books Now Available on the iPad and iPhone

Progress Marches On... And So Does Rod

Technological progress seems to be coming at a breath-taking pace and we don't have to tell you that its harder than ever to keep up (especially for those of us who have been leading the charge, year after year)... but our good buddy Rod Machado knows a solid trend when he sees it... hence the reason that ALL of Rod Machado's books (some truly outstanding work, BTW) are now available as custom iPad and iPhone applications -- with unique capabilities.

Rod says that, "These are far more than just ordinary e-books. With these apps, you will receive book updates any time Rod makes changes. No more having to purchase a new book every year to keep up with major changes in aviation."

Every word and illustration is there, for your reading and viewing pleasure. It’s all in vivid color, and easily portable. This is the optimal way to take these books with you anywhere you go. Each book has a detailed and easily referenced table of contents that provides direct access to any topic, and there is a comprehensive search feature that provides instant reference to specific words or phrases along with the page numbers, title and subchapter where those references are located.

Bookmarks? You bet. You can bookmark any page for reference, too.

Read a full page at a time in portrait mode, or go to landscape mode for a larger view of a little less territory. Turn the page with at the flip of a finger, just as you do with a paper book, and enlarge any spot with the pinch gesture. Purchasing any book app allows you to read it on both your iPad and iPhone. For those without an iPad (you know you want one, right?), you can read the book on the iPhone. This does require a bit of finger spreading, but for many pilots the iPhone is their go-to mobile device. Pocket or Pad, the choice is now yours.

FMI: www.rodmachado.com


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