Gpx Reader Mac

Gpx Reader Mac

GPX - The GPS Exchange Format. GPX, the GPS Exchange Format, is supported by hundreds of software applications and Web sites, making it the standard format for interchanging GPS data between GPS receivers, desktop and mobile software, and Web-based services. This page allows you to display a track from a GPX file recorded with your GPS (using maplorer or any other software writing GPX files, which is pretty much standard). The elevation profiles are displayed based on Google Maps and the content of your file (if it has valid ELE tags). You can also use the tool to plan a route by adding waypoints - just click on the map and the elevation profile will be updated.

Gpx
  1. GPX-Viewer views GPX files exported from many GPS devices and other apps that create GPX files. Import GPX files using iTunes file sharing, eMail, an URL, the pasteboard or from the Cloud (includes iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, your local device, etc). Choose Apple Maps, Google Maps, OpenStreetMaps, or a custom map tile source URL.
  2. Atlas is an easy to use, yet powerful GPX viewer and editor. Plan your travels, create a restaurant wish list or check out a bike track downloaded from the internet. Since Atlas is available for the Mac, iPhone and iPad, you can create a map from your desk and view it on the go. Get Atlas for macOS; Get Atlas for iOS.
  3. GPX file reader for the OS X platform that relies on Apple Maps and makes it possible to browse and view your tracks and routes using a Mac. GPX files contain the location of various important.

Gpx Reader For Mac

I tried this out using an airplane flight path generated on my iPad using the Foreflight app. From Foreflight I “Viewed on Foreflight.com” in Safari. From there I clicked on the GPX button and saved it to Dropbox, which (also) put it on my home computer. From my Mac, I opened the flight path in gpx viewer and it displayed immediately. After 5 minutes of tinkering to learn the app, I finally figured out how to display the entire route in 3D with a tabular listing of the altitudes. That was nice. Even nicer, I clicked on Satellite tab and zoomed in to the airport and was rewarded with a close-up showing how well the airplane took off and landed along the center line of the runway, as well as how straight and centered the airplane was during taxi. I gave it 5 stars for ease of use right out of the box and because of the value for the 99c price, though it lacks one feature that I have seen in other gpx viewers. Namely, it does not import the route time (maybe this is a weakness of Foreflight — not sure) for each waypoint and thus there is no “RUN” button to click to watch the airplane traverse the flight path. Also, the buyer should be aware that this is sort of the “lite” version of the app. There is another “version” called the gpx editor that has more features and costs more.