You can create a task yourself, or you can import it from a cub file into Vulture.
Check the weather forecast from SkySight by overlaying it on the map. Make it easier to plan a task thoroughly.
The tasks can be exported to a cup, an LXNAV Nano, or a flarmcfg file. This way you can import them into your IGC-approved device before takeoff.
Take a look at one or more flights at once and compare them. You can see a data graph for the different flights and even some more details as you replay them.
We try to calculate some handy statistics like optimized distance, altitude gain, longest leg, longest soaring duration, airspace infringements, etc...
Flights can be imported from an IGC file. Or you can download flights from WeGlide, SkyLines, Soaring Spot or the Charron.
When you start an in-flight session you are recording an IGC file. The recording starts once you start to accelerate. And when you finish flying you will be able to save the flights to Vulture.
See your current position on the map with the same airspace and waypoints that are loaded in Vulture. Use the Vulture experience during flight.
You can select a waypoint to navigate to. The waypoints are loaded from the visible waypoints files.
You can import your airspace and waypoints files manually. Or you can download them from openAIP or the XCSoar repository. When a new version becomes available it will be updated.
Synchronize your imported flights between all your devices through iCloud. Next to your flight the tasks, waypoints, and airspaces will also be synced.
After your flight, you can upload it to several supported online services like WeGlide, SkyLines & Soaringlab.