A compact application that helps users view and edit GPS waypoints, routes, and tracks, while allowing them to save the generated data to GPX, BMP, JPG, PNG, TIF, SVG, or KMZ
|Updated||January 7 2020|
TopoGrafix N/A N/A
|Crack Size||10.9 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|
ExpertGPS is a powerful software application designed to help users view and edit GPS waypoints, routes, and tracks.
It sports a clean and straightforward interface that gives users the possibility to zoom in or out of the generated map, select the background (e.g. street maps, US aerial photos, white background), and print the map or export it to different file formats, namely BMP, JPG, PNG, TIF, SVG, or KMZ.
The application allows you to create insert waypoints for marking important location on the maps by simply clicking on the map or entering the coordinates. Plus, you can edit multiple waypoints, delete, cut, copy, or paste them.
What’s more, you can perform searches for finding waypoints, view a list with them, hide them, from the map, send or receive the selected waypoints to and from the GPS, and import data from TPG, MXF, or CSV file formats.
Similar dedicated parameters are put at your disposal for creating and editing routes, tracks, shapes, notes, and photos. Last but not least, you can save the generated data to GPX format and view the position on the map while traveling.
There are several configuration settings for changing the map layout, as you can select the colours for the grid lines and label text for topographical maps, aerial photos, and nautical charts.
During our testing we have noticed that ExpertGPS Crack offers excellent image quality, and no errors showed up throughout the entire process. It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so it doesn’t burden the overall performance of the computer.
All in all, ExpertGPS offers many useful tools for helping users manipulate GPS waypoints, routes, and tracks in a professional way.
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