Versatile and easy-to-use GPS log file viewer that offers support for multiple formats and features a streamlined, modern user interface.
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Martin Tůma
A straightforward tool that can help you view and analyze GPS log files is likely to come in handy, but you may have a hard time finding a user-friendly application that offers a strong enough feature set.
GPXSee certainly seems to fit the bill, as it supports multiple popular GPS file formats and comes with some attractive features, all packed into an intuitive, modern GUI.
Open various types of GPS log files and use both online and offline maps
The application is capable of processing GPX, KML, TCX, FIT, IGC, NMEA and Garmin CSV files. You can also import POI files separately, and it is possible to export content to PDF.
You can switch between the four supported online maps seamlessly, and you also have the option of loading offline OziExplorer maps and TrekBuddy maps or atlases.
Perform a comprehensive analysis of loaded GPS log files
GPXSee displays waypoints and points of interest on the selected map, along with graphs that indicate elevation, speed, heart rate, cadence, power and temperature.
It is possible to import multiple files and switch between them with a single mouse click, as well as show or hide the map, points of interest and the generated graphs.
Tidy graphical user interface that makes your work a lot easier
When it comes to the application’s UI, we can only praise its intuitive design and smart layout. Every function is easily accessible, and you can even use drag and drop actions to load new files.
Moreover, pretty much every interface element can be hidden at any time, and the program even comes with a full-screen mode that makes navigation a lot simpler.
On the whole, GPXSee is an impressive open-source application that can help you analyze GPS log files effortlessly. It allows you to use both online and offline maps, supports multiple file formats and sports a clean, novice-friendly UI.