Simple GPS Waypoints

Simple GPS Waypoints

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More capable version of SimpleGPS 1.0. This application is now a "Waypoints Organizer". It is a simple GPS application to mark waypoints and organize/manage/categorize them by making them parts of "routes" and "collections". ("Collections" may be viewed as "categories". Routes can have waypoints. Collections can have routes and waypoints. A route is an sequence of waypoints in the chronological order they were created). Waypoints, routes and collections may be exported to KML format. Email KML files as attachments for post-processing with Google Earth (or manually transfer them from SD Card). A versatile Google map-view lets you view waypoints, routes and collections, drag-drop editing of waypoints, or adding new waypoints, or add/edit waypoints manually using latitude and longitude. Co-ordinate conversion is available. Waypoints may be part of multiple routes and collections and this organization is quite flexible. Help is available on every screen's main menu. Contact by email for any bugs and getting technical support. Visit http://www.interopware.com for technical help or use the menu-based help available when running the application.

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Recently changed in this version

Version 2.1.6 generates KML files compatible with the newer versions of Google Earth software. These new KML files do not use space in the 'coordinate' triple of longitude, latitude and altitude.


Comments and ratings for Simple GPS Waypoints
  • (50 stars)

    by Allen nazarian on 11/01/2014

    Will not actively seek the satellites. Wave points are always off. Pointless in the woods where wave points really matter.