ACI Cockpit360° for iOS: 360-Degree Cockpit Porn in the Palm of Your Hand

Dying to get a first-hand look at some of the greatest exhibits places like the Museum of Flight, Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, and Tillamoook Air Museum have to offer, but don't have the time or money for a cross-country flight history tour? Thanks to ACI Cockpit360, that last part won't matter in the slightest.

What does it do?

Gives you a 360-degree virtual tour of some of history's most famous cockpits including P51 Mustangs, 747 jumbo jets, and NASA's first space shuttle Crew Compartment Trainer (CCT-1). You can choose from over 50 aircrafts from Museum collections all across the country.

Why do we like it?

This is the most beautiful, immersive cockpit porn you'll find in smartphone form. Various "nodes" allow you acces to multiple interior views, and you can pan and zoom wherever your little heart desires. In addition to cockpits, though, you can also take a lot at flight decks and cabins, giving a comprehensive view of your aircraft of choice. Plus, the catalog is constantly growing, so by the time you've managed to drool over everything in the current set of offerings (which is going to take a while—trust us), there will almost certainly be something new waiting at your fingertips.

You'll have to purchase the full version, but if you want to give it a test run without shelling out the dough, you can download the National Museum of the US Air Force version; it's selection is limited, but hey—it's free.

ACI Cockpit360, Download this app for: iOS; $6

The Best: Huge selection of planes

The Worst: Could use more of a historical background on individual planes