myTracks is the swiss-armed force cut for sorting out your GPS tracks. They can be stacked from an expansive scope of gadgets and sorted out in a library easily.
Once transported in you can drag and drop photograph records to myTracks and they will be allocated to the GPS tracks naturally. The GPS data can be composed to the EXIF and IPTC labels of the photograph documents (Geotagging). You can utilize any photograph sorting out programming, for example, Photos, iPhoto, Aperture, Lightroom, GraphicConverter or even the Finder. myTracks can deal with both JPEG and RAW record positions.
GPS tracks can be traded as GPX, KML or KMZ records. You can utilize the sent out documents, e.g. with Google Earth.
Other than the committed GPS lumberjacks a free iPhone App called “myTracks – The GPS lumberjack” is accessible on the App Store. You can utilize this App to record GPS tracks.
Utilizing iCloud you can without much of a stretch synchronize every one of your tracks between every one of your gadgets (iOS and OS X).
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myTracks for Mac
* Logger Assistant with more than 50 presets for downloading GPS tracks
* Search, bookmark, and sort out utilizing the Track Library
* 1-click, drag and drop geotagging of JPEG and RAW photograph documents
* Drag and drop to iPhoto ’09 or ’11, or Aperture 3 for geotagging with Places bolster
* Display tracks on a wide assortment of maps on the web and disconnected
* Import, send out, and alter tracks in GPX and KML configurations and fare of KMZ arrangements
* Upload photographs from inside the application to flicr and locr
* Compatible with Adobe Lightroom, Apple Photos, Apple Aperture, Apple iPhoto, GraphicConverter or Mac OS X Finder
* Free forms for iOS incorporate track recording and adjust with OS X application
* iCloud bolster