GPX Binder is a very Intuitive application to view and edit your GPS Logs. This app shows your GPS Tracks on the Map, and provides you a very easy way to move, delete and add points.
By draging-and-droping Photos, you can find where they were taken. In addition, you can write the coordinates of Photos as Geotag to original files.
Edited tracks by this app are able to be exported as GPS, KML or KMZ format, so you can use them on other apps or web services.
Enjoy your Logging Life with GPX Binder.
- Import GPX/KML/KMZ files and show them on the Map. You can customize Map Tile Servers as you like.
- Edit your log by Intuitive mouse operation. Not only you can move, add and delete points, but also you can align points by simple operation.
- Cut, Copy and Paste points. You can cut a part of tracks and paste it as new tracks or duplicate to other file.
- Split / Connect tracks.
- Calculate the coordinates of photos by their timestamp and put them on the Map. In addition, enable to write the coordinate as GeoTag to original files.
- Generate a new Track by coordinates of Photos.
- Add Waypoint.
- Export tracks as GPX, KML or KMZ format. You can use edited tracks by other applications.
- Apply elevation to the points by using SRTM Data.
- You can Undo or Redo all operations without limits.
- iCloud supported. You can share log files among all your devices.
[Works With Simple Logger]
GPX Binder is compatible with Simple Logger. By setting iCloud account, you can share Logs on all your iPhones, iPads and Macs.
You can get this app free. For more information, please search "Simple Logger" on the iPhone AppStore.
- bug fix.
Ratings and Reviews
Simple, easy GPX and geotagging editor
I’ve tried a number of different apps for editing GPX files and geotagging photos. While simple, it does exactly what I need: easy editing of GPX files from Trails (iOS) combined with geotagging of photos. It has a clean and efficient interface, and is priced very competitively.
There are a few oddities here, so here are some tips:
1.You can’t set GPX files to be opened automatically from the Finder; instead, you have to open the application, create a new GPXB file, and import (or drag) the tracks in.
2.When you save, you save the GPXB file; to save the GPX file, you have to export it.
3.You have to remember to click “Edit” and click on the camera icon in the “point list” before dragging photos into the list.
4.It doesn’t have a direct link to iPhoto, and due to how iPhoto handles “masters” and “previews,” dragging files may not always work. It’s better to drag all of your files to a temporary folder, geotag them, and reimport into iPhoto. (This would be a superb feature addition)
5.If you are in a different timezone than that in which you originally recorded the tracks, you’ll need to adjust the photos to fit the plot.
Nice for fixing bad GPS data.
It was simple enough to fix up bad GPS data from a short bike ride.
A couple things that would make this app even better:
1) Standard menu commands with keyboard shortcuts for switching between the editing tools "(select menu, rectangular marquee, etc). I found myself clicking those in the toolbar a lot and the existing shortcuts are not well documented.
2) Maybe a feature for v2.0: Fixing GPS data by moving individual points or even selected groups of points is unintuitive and time consuming. If I'd been fixing a longer ride I might not have been as happy. It'd be a lot more convenient and intuitive to be able to select the points with bad locations and then enter a new mode to draw the path where you want them.
Odd file type.
There doesn’t seem to be a way to save an edited file as a pure .gpx document.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.