ClueTrust releases LoadMyTracks beta for the Mac

ClueTrust, the company that owns and runs, has announced immediate availability of LoadMyTracks, a program for the Apple Macintosh that reads track, waypoint, and route data from selected GPS devices and converts them to GPX or KML formats.

The software is available in beta form immediately and we encourage any interested users to give it a try. We're looking for feedback, especially on GPS compatibility and output file compatibility for both KML (Google Earth and Google Maps) and GPX (widely used GPS XML format).

Programs such as PhotoLinker for the Mac can be used to add GPS data (latitude, longitude and altitude) to your photos if you have your camera and GPS time synchronized.

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