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As featured in past editions, GE Aviation and CFM International Maintenance Minute videos provide general engine maintenance tips and best practice video tutorials.

So, what’s new for the Maintenance Minute app? An update to the Apple iOS app and an app version for Android devices.

Apple iOS Maintenance Minute Version 3 app (released February 7, 2018)

This version features exciting enhancements, including an expanded menu that enables video downloads and includes CFM’s LEAP engine and Boeing 737 aircraft system videos, as well as the ability to create your own favorite videos library.

The new app version is available on Apple’s App Store and runs on iPhones and iPads. To find and download the Apple iOS Maintenance Minute app, follow these quick steps.

Android Maintenance Minute app launched (released February 7, 2018)

The app version for Android devices (phones and tablets) includes more than 55 videos with an expanded menu that enables video downloads and includes CFM’s LEAP engine and Boeing 737 system videos – plus the ability to create your own favorite videos.

Available for download via the Google Play Store, the app runs on both Android phones and tablets.

About Maintenance Minute videos

Maintenance Minute videos are produced to help the aircraft maintainer with everyday engine maintenance tasks. For more info, email the GE Aviation Training Team or the CFM Training Team.

“This free, cloud-based app gives individuals access to videos in some countries that don’t have access to YouTube,” says Eli Lessing, senior training manager at GE’s CTEC technical training services facility in Cincinnati, Ohio.

“If you have used our videos to guide your maintenance actions and have a success story you’d like to share, please email it to us. Furthermore, if you would like to see additional video content, email us your suggestions.”

For those who don’t have an Apple or Android device, you can access all the Maintenance Minute videos via YouTube.