Import and view GPS eXchange format (GPX) files. GPX-Viewer views GPX files exported from many GPS devices and other apps that create GPX files. Import GPX files using iTunes file sharing, eMail, an URL, the pasteboard or from the Cloud. - Choose Apple Maps, Google Maps, OpenStreetMaps, or a custom map tile source URL. - Create and share the followingcharts: — Elevation vs track points. — Elevation vs distance. — Elevation vs time. — Speed vs track points. — Speed vs distance. — Speed vs time. - Send the waypoints to various map apps such as Apple and Google Maps. - Email the file. - Optionally disable screen auto-lock to keep the device from sleeping. - Create folders to better organize your GPX files. - Preview the tracks for all files within a folder. - Import GPX files to the current GPX file. - Customize the color for waypoints, track points, routes and tracks. - Hide or show the waypoints, track points, routes or tracks on the map. - View track points on map. A sample GPX file is included. We also have a GPX Viewer and GPX Editor for the Macintosh computer. Visit our web site for more info.
I really like the app and it does most of what I’m looking for. Only problem is when I was out of cell range any area of the map that I had not zoomed in on was unavailable. Is there any way to download a complete map of the defined area for offline use?
Sometimes it will Open a file other times not. Sometimes you can zoom in and out other times it crashes. I wish someone would make a decent GPX app. This is not it
Intuitive and to the point. Thanks for creating this.
Will not populate data as advertised
Can not bring in a GPX file that follows the route but rather flies as a crow form shaping point to shaping point.
I am trying to convert GPX files so I can route on google maps and this app did not work for me
I was not able to test this app...
Won’t let you view actual route generated in BaseCamp on your iPad - gives you straight lines between waypoints. Support says you have to process Garmin GPX files thru a program called gps-visualizer which is cumbersome and didn’t work for me.
I created a ride at HOG.com. When I downloaded it to this viewer, it shows a cross country route that is not following roads. Not happy.
I needed something easy to view GPX files for a motorcycle route. My one complaint is that the track color is 100% opaque, so that you can’t read the name of the road you’re supposed to be following. If the track/route highlight could be either transparent or rendered behind the road labels, I’d give it 5 stars. — And now it has this feature. Well done, thank you!