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GPS Track Viewer

Supplied By FlashLight    On Sept. 11, 2016    Comments(8)

FREE GPS Track Viewer version1.039 Download

GPS Track Viewer allows you to view KML, KMZ, GPX, CSV and NMEA files on a Google Map.

It supports Standard, Terrain, Satellite and Hybrid mode.

The app registers for the supported file types and can be selected in all popular file managers as viewer.

The following extensions / formats are supported:

- KML & KMZ
- GPX
- CSV (Latitude and Longitude columns needed)
- NMEA and TXT

The app allows to open up to 10 tracks for free, afterwards it will ask you to buy the app.

FlashLight part of our Tools and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Sept. 11, 2016. Google play rating is 78.2222. Current verison is 1.039. Actual size 2.1 MB.

What's new

    - show/hide POI
    - option to go to / view POIs and tracks
    - support for KMZ
    - support for route elements in GPX
    - multiple tracks in one file
    - some bug fixes
Download gps-track-viewer.apk 2.1 MB

Reviews

No Dropbox Support I really like the way this app presents the way points visually but there does not appear to be a way I can access my KML files stored on Dropbox from within this application. Thus, I have to go into the Dropbox app and manually export to my phone then it works.

Poor. KMZ files not fully interpreted Loaded my KMZ file from Google earth. All pins and desctiptions MISSING. When I select Go To, they appear on list. When I select a way point, it will go and zoom map to it, but again, no pin to represent the way point, nor its given name. YET, when I open the same KMZ file with my Google Earth App on Galaxy S4... all info shows. So, it's not me or my file... it is this app failing to do a simple task.

Waste Nothing

GPS Track Viewer I am a member of a sports car club, as such we tend to drive curvy rural roads rather than straight line roads between two points. This app allows me to show other members where we are going (routes) before our drive and where we've been (tracks) afterwards. Well done.

Great, simple... but offline? Certainly a nice app for quickly looking at routes, but from what I can tell it doesn't support offline maps. Would earn a higher review if this were possible.

Works great but lack functionality Loads the KML just like I expected but I can't see the direction I am heading and it doesn't follow my location like maps app does.

Is there a way to make the screen of the device stay on?