Current Version: 1.4.5
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 1.4 MB - Download
LoadMyTracks is a piece of software that will communicate with GPS devices from many manufacturers to send and receive data. It can also be used to translate data between the popular GPX and KML (Google Earth) formats. The software provides support for Waypoints (single locations in space), Routes (lists of waypoints that can be used as instructions of where to go, Tracks (the breadcrumbs that many GPS devices keep to show where you have been) and additional data that may vary by device.
When used in conjunction with Cartographica, our GIS product, you can explore, analyze, and present your tracks and waypoints.
See our site for specifics on which devices are confirmed to work with the current version of LoadMyTracks. Many common Garmin, US GlobalSat, Magellan, Timex, TomTom, and sony GPS devices are known to work. Serial connections are supported for many models that can't communicate directly over USB (MacOS X-supported serial cable required).
NOTE: We have reports of problems with Serial devices (Garmin, DG-100, etc) under Lion with the AppStore version. If you encounter these, please try the non-AppStore version.
- Updated to fix problems with Garmin Storage devices due to permissions error
- Updated to fix problems with Sony and similar file-based storage devices due to permissions error
Most Helpful Reviews
LoadMyTracks worked great - I have an older gps and this little app worked amazingly well to download not just waypoints but the tracks I hadn't been able to transfer off the device. I did use a serial to usb connecter and it wasn't fast but it was otherwise perfect. Thanks!
More Reviews for Current Version
Needs KML Import - Never got far with the app as it needs KML import. My goal was to import KML and export GPX
Works with my old Garmin 60cs - I wanted to download tracks using my old Garmin GPSmap 60CS but couldn’t get the Garmin Connect website to discover the data. I was able to use LoadMyTracks to connect to the device and save KML files to Google Earth. So far, so good.