EasyVFR 4 does not run on 32-bit operating systems. The reason for this is that Apple, since iOS 11, has stopped supporting 32-bit. Google has similar plans for the near future.
Luckily (almost) all the recent tablets and phones are 64-bit, even some more affordable ones.
All modern iOS devices are 64-bit. For Android, most of the latest midrange to high-end tablets have a 64-bit CPU as well. We have good results at Android with the Huawei MediaPad M5, Xiaomi Mi Pad 4, Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 and S6. On iOS, the iPad Mini 5 and iPad Pro perform very well.
Not supported devices
However, some manufacturers install a 32-bit Android operating system. This means that it can not run 64-bit apps like EasyVFR 4. The older Samsung Galaxy Tab A and Tab Active 2 are known to be artificially kept on a 32-bit operating system, even when they have a 64-bit processor. Only the latest Galaxy Tab A (8.0" 2019) [SM-T290] does run EasyVFR 4. We have found a website where you can search for operating system architectures: https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/search
There is also an app available in the Google Play Store which can tell which operating system architecture is installed on your device: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.danielpolish.a64bitchecker
Requirements for Mobile and Tablet
|iOS & iPadOS||
Minimum requirements: 64-bit and +1GB RAM (+2GB is better) Effectively:
The iPad Mini 4 and 5 and the iPad Pro perform very well.
Minimum requirements: 64-bit, +2GB RAM. Android 7.0 and higher is advised.
We have good results with the following Android devices:
Requirements for Windows and macOS desktop
64-bit, 2GB RAM, Windows 7 and higher is advised.
All 64-bit MacOS versions. E.g. High Sierra, Mojave, Catalina.
If you have more questions regarding a specific device, feel free to contact us through [email protected]!