rubiTrack
rubiTrack
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rubiTrack free download for Mac

rubiTrack for Mac6.0.4

20 September 2021

Organize, analyze, and display your exercise activities.

What is rubiTrack for Mac

rubiTrack is an activity tracking and exercise journal application for the Mac. It lets you display, analyze, and organize your indoor and outdoor workouts for sports such as running, biking, walking, hiking, skiing, and many more.

rubiTrack reads tracks from GPS-enabled fitness devices like the Garmin Forerunner 310XT, Forerunner 405, and Forerunner 305, the Garmin Edge 705, Edge 605, and Edge 500, and many other devices.

rubiTrack is your activity companion. It stores all activities, displays them on the map, and helps you analyze details. rubiTrack also features unique activity comparison which lets you compare multiple activities side-by-side visually.

What's new in rubiTrack

Version 6.0.4:
  • Fixes a problem with the "Day of Week"-column in the activity list view.
  • Fixes a problem with scrolling animations in the calendar view.
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iamdavegray
iamdavegray
May 19 2021
5.3.6
5.0
May 19 2021
5.0
Version: 5.3.6
great for tracking activities , love it
Pistarino
Pistarino
Jan 3 2018
4.4.6
4.0
Jan 3 2018
4.0
Version: 4.4.6
Great app to log in one place all sporting activities! Good analysis of the workouts. Maybe some statistic could be added. In any case great!
awestwood
awestwood
May 15 2017
4.4.1
4.0
May 15 2017
4.0
Version: 4.4.1
Back to 4 stars, the latest version has genuine improvements, maps have been corrected for example, the price has dropped to a realistic level, and the forum is available again (though little used, likely due in part to the developers well known aversion to criticism). Syncing with the iOS version works well now, but there are still some annoying little bugs/inconsistencies, eg with the full screen map, equipment counts, the Di2 gear chart, some imports and exports (though I accept the Garmin bugs are usually Garmin generated). There are better training analysis tools for the Mac now, but this app is a decent training log for those wanting offline access to their data.
Ry-ma
Ry-ma
Apr 9 2017
4.3.9
0.5
Apr 9 2017
0.5
Version: 4.3.9
Totally overpriced
awestwood
awestwood
Aug 3 2016
4.3.3
4.0
Aug 3 2016
4.0
Version: 4.3.3
Something has happened to rubiTrack. Mapquest not supported anymore, forum closed, FaceBook page gone, Twitter account silent, email not available - seems it might be closing down.
awestwood
awestwood
Oct 9 2015
4.2.1
4.0
Oct 9 2015
4.0
Version: 4.2.1
Have had to downgrade my rating of this app since the latest 'upgrade'. Syncing with the latest iOS app is now so poor as to be useless, there are display problems in addition to those already fixed with El Capitan (eg the full screen map doesn't work properly unless a map pane is opened first), weather data doesn't always update properly from the list view, and long-standing bugs with the equipment feature remain, as do several import, export, and cloud syncing issues. And users the developer doesn't like get kicked off the support forum, so those most likely to complain get ignored. Very disappointing.
Sathomasga
Sathomasga
Sep 26 2015
4.2
5.0
Sep 26 2015
5.0
Version: 4.2
All the performance tracking and historical analysis you could want, plus a companion iOS app with the same power.
steelie
steelie
May 14 2015
4.0.3
0.0
May 14 2015
0.0
Version: 4.0.3
I’m sorry, but will people PLEASE STOP GIVING APPS POOR RATINGS BECAUSE OF THEIR PRICE! Rating apps poorly based on their price does no one who visits Macupdate.com any favours. It makes it near impossible to find good apps on this site. Truth is, I will likely never buy this application, based the price alone, but I will also not give a half-star rating because of its cost. If it’s the best, it should have a rating that reflects that—if it’s not, then it shouldn’t. If it’s an awesome app but you don’t like the price, don’t penalize the developer and the Macupdate.com community who just want quality reviews. Just leave a comment, and move along. </rant>
Blloyd
Blloyd
May 7 2015
4.0.2
5.0
May 7 2015
5.0
Version: 4.0.2
This is, by far, the best exercise-GPS-software for OS X. I've used it daily for 5 or more years, and the stability, functionality, and UI is absolutely great. It's not the cheapest software out there, but the upgrade prices are reasonable (around $40 every 3 years), and given the size of the market for software like this, and the fact that I'd prefer the developer make enough money to be able to CONTINUE working as a developer, it is well worth it to me. Really, at something like $15/year it is an absolute bargain to me. I use Strava for workouts online, and the latest version integrates perfectly to Strava. I now just upload my GPS workouts to Strava, and pull it to rubiTrack from there, rather than having to import from my GPS twice.
Kitepops
Kitepops
May 5 2015
4.0.2
5.0
May 5 2015
5.0
Version: 4.0.2
For myself as a mac user Rubitrack is the only solution I have found that lets me maintain my activity history of 2800+ tracks, it provides the tools I need to review, organise and track a very wide range of sports and activities and the equipment associated with each. I like my gadgets and now wouldn't go anywhere without a GPS watch, the process of logging and organising my data and reviewing my progress/ improvements is a 'hobby' in itself which I very much enjoy- for me knowing that I've ridden my road bike exactly 4463.57km or I've used my 12m kite for 95hours and 4 minutes for instance is very valuable and I use rubitracks as the sole repository for this data. The latest version of rubitracks had added a very large number of features and improvements, which I would strongly advise trying in a trial, the Places feature is particularly interesting as it can show all ones activities across a global map, this is not only 'nice' to see where you've been but can help to find long lost walks etc that can be hard to find otherwise. As others have said everyone has their budget and concepts of what something is 'worth'. In the scheme of cost of the Mac required to run the program on, the GPS device (or iPhone etc) required to record the data and the, shoes, bikes, boats and boards used whilst recording the data the cost of this software is well worth it for the value it adds to the enjoyment of all of the above. I think it is all too easy to forget that complex and feature rich programs such as RubiTrack must take a huge number of hours to write and maintain and that the number of end users has a large impact on the price per seat. The developer feedback on the forums is excellent and it is clear to see where suggestions/ ideas of users have made it into minor and major updates. I look forward to future updates do hope that others try this software and consider what value it could add to their training etc.
run-1
run-1
May 5 2015
4.0.2
0.0
May 5 2015
0.0
Version: 4.0.2
This review will ignore all functionality because it's in there and most people know. I fully agree with others mentioned the price. Way too high. I can't understand why Markus & co don't listen to all comments and adjust the price.

I would like to write this comment directly to Markus and I have tried on Facebook but it was deleted immediately. I can't write in the forum because it's a closed forum. Then I have to do it here and rate it the way I do. When I also read in the forum that Markus asks people to go here and write "good" comments and rate it high it's too much for me.

No rubiTrack for me.
awestwood
awestwood
May 5 2015
4.0.2
4.0
May 5 2015
4.0
Version: 4.0.2
This review will more or less ignore the price - everyone can make up their own mind as to whether they are willing to pay it, same as for all software. And first off, though some may find websites satisfactory to hold all their data they are not practical for me because I have all my training data from 1994 (including gps data from 2006, hr from 2010, power and cadence from 2012) which I want kept safe and readily available offline. I do use Strava and GC, but not to hold all this data.

So for top class offline training logs, in my opinion that leaves WKO, SportTracks, and Golden Cheetah on the PC, or Golden Cheetah and rubiTrack for the Mac. They are all very good, and I would rate all at 4 stars in that they safely and securely hold my data and give me adequate to outstanding training analysis, but all have at least one strength over the others so none can get 5 stars for being totally comprehensive. For example, I don't like the WKO interface (or the complexity of TrainingPeaks) and while Golden Cheetah is much better than rubiTrack for training analysis with power meters, it lacks some features I want or need (equipment log, weather data, for example). I've used SportTracks for about 10 years, but prefer a Mac to a PC, and with ease transferred all my data via fitlogs to rubiTrack about a year ago. I've found rubiTrack as good as SportTracks, and in some ways better - for example the interface and user customisation, both of which are even further enhanced in the latest release. SportTracks is not much different in price from rubiTrack, and in addition some of its best features require plugins at an additional charge. Whether it's better value than rubiTrack is debatable but that's for individual users to fathom. Personally I won't presume to make that decision for them through a low rating whatever adverse feedback that might bring me.
le-4
le-4
May 5 2015
4.0.2
1.0
May 5 2015
1.0
Version: 4.0.2
Ridiculous price for this peace of software. I have used RT3 since it came out and I'm very happy with it. But I will never upgrade to RT4 due to the price.
Oshloel
Oshloel
May 4 2015
4.0.2
4.5
May 4 2015
4.5
Version: 4.0.2
Given what's been said here, I suspect I'll receive some reaction by giving this 4.5 stars; however, I am rating the application itself, not the pricing. Value and whether it's "worth it" is in the eyes of each individual. Anyone can express their view but no one can make that judgement for another person. Tell me what an application does and how completely, easily & elegantly it does it compared to the alternatives and I'll make my own judgement on price/value. For the record: - I am an avid cyclist who does some formal training and logs 5k-6k miles per year. - I was an active Ascent user until development was halted by its developer - I switched to RubiTrack 3 as the best available Mac alternative in my view and upgraded to RubiTrack 4 at the upgrade pricing, which is ~½ the listed price. - I have no connection to the developer other than a bit of communication about features/bugs In my view, TrainingPeaks & WKO+ are the benchmark website and app for training analytics. A premium subscription to the TrainingPeaks site is $120/year and WKO+ (which is not available as a native Mac app) is $130 or $65 to upgrade. RubiTrack isn't on par with WKO+ from an analytics standpoint - yet, but version 4 is a significant upgrade. It is getting closer, is a very similar cost, and has some worthwhile logging, searching and other functions TP & WKO+ don't. It does 95% of what I want and the developer is actively working to improve the app. Hence 4.5 stars. I'm happy I upgraded.
Ry-ma
Ry-ma
May 1 2015
4.0.2
0.5
May 1 2015
0.5
Version: 4.0.2
This app is three times more expensive as the version 2 of the year 2011. Thus totally overpriced. Do not buy.
bobloblaw
bobloblaw
Apr 23 2015
4.0.1
5.0
Apr 23 2015
5.0
Version: 4.0.1
Best ever
Gialandra
Gialandra
Apr 23 2015
4.0.1
0.0
Apr 23 2015
0.0
Version: 4.0.1
It 'nice and did pretty well, but the price is really unjustified for the program. From version 3 to 4 the program doesn't change much, but price has become almost three times: never seen such a thing with other program.
Mhoutman
Mhoutman
Apr 14 2015
4.0.1
0.0
Apr 14 2015
0.0
Version: 4.0.1
As a rubiTrack 3 user I hesitated to upgrade to rubiTrack 4 Pro. I too thought and think that the price is hefty. It is a bit in the league of productivity soffware. Recently I bought Fantastical 2 and BusyContacts 1, both with a rebate as (cross) upgrade. As I use above software as productivity tools I don’t mind spending money on them. Especially if you have great support….which is offered for all three in an excellent way. As I said earlier, I believe the price for rubiTrack 4 Pro is high, (especially as I was among the ones who bought the rubiTrack iOS app for about € 25,00, which is now free with IAP) but given the benefits and differences compared to rT 3 I took the plunge and bought the upgrade for about € 45,00, which I don’t regret. IMHO an developer also must earn money to live and at the end we all should decide if we want to pay the price asked. Today it almost seems there is too much focus on pricing and not about the software itself. We all might be too much spoiled by free software in both MAS and iTunes store. It is an interesting discussion in where I hope both parties participate. When rubiTrack 5 arrives I might hesitate again and decide on purchasing after comparing pros and cons…
nachtflug-1
nachtflug-1
Apr 13 2015
4.0.1
1.0
Apr 13 2015
1.0
Version: 4.0.1
this pricing policy seems quite ridiculous to me - but obvioulsy some people don't have a problem to put another 100€ on top of what they paid so far for the previous versions and even think this fully ok. A little bit suspicious all this cheering comments - in particular where censorship rules in the RT forum. Yesterday evening I uttered my concerns about the pricing as well as a few others. This morning all the critical comments were gone. Shows to me that somebody only has $€£ signs in the eyes.
Having looked at the trail version my impression is that the new version is average. Not worth tripping the price. Taking all into account: 1 star
steelie
steelie
Apr 9 2015
4.0.0
0.0
Apr 9 2015
0.0
Version: 4.0.0
$107.66 to track exercise activities?! Holy smokes!
That has to be a mistake… It seems way higher than I remember.
2mac4u
2mac4u
Dec 26 2013
3.2.5
3.0
Dec 26 2013
3.0
Version: 3.2.5
I've been using Firstbeat Athlete, Suunto's Training Mgr utilizing my T6c run on an old laptop. I want to rid myself of this last use for a PC in my household. Though I see no utilization of Firstbeat technology within the rubitrack OSX app, it still looks promising. I downloaded to test but there appears to not allow testing of app without purchase of license. Is a demo license available? Thanks
shoeboot
shoeboot
Jun 18 2013
3.2
5.0
Jun 18 2013
5.0
Version: 3.2
The amount of data this app lets you explore — and the way it lets you choose how you want to display it — is astounding. I've tried various web services in the past but nothing I've seen comes even close to this.
Zeebie
Zeebie
Oct 23 2012
3.0.0
0.0
Oct 23 2012
0.0
Version: 3.0.0
Lion and Mountain Lion only? Lame.
Blloyd
Blloyd
Oct 19 2012
3.0.0
5.0
Oct 19 2012
5.0
Version: 3.0.0
Each of the versions of rubiTrack keeps getting better. This is far and away the best OS X application for working with your GPS data on a Mac. I use Garmin devices so I can only evaluate from that perspective, but integration with my 500, Oregon, and 305 has been flawless. The maps are great, the way it can draw power data on the map, and everything is just awesome. Markus is also extremely responsive whenever I have questions or issues.
dwp-1
dwp-1
Oct 18 2012
3.0.0
0.0
Oct 18 2012
0.0
Version: 3.0.0
Sure wish you supported the new BlueTooth Heart Rate monitor by Wahoo. Otherwise, love the new features and the application looks great.
Mhoutman
Mhoutman
Apr 22 2010
2.2.5
0.0
Apr 22 2010
0.0
Version: 2.2.5
I love this app, especially in combination with the rubiTrack iPhone app. both aren't cheap but they deliver very well. I use it with a Garmin Forerunner 310 XT !
dabcca
dabcca
Dec 7 2009
2.1
0.0
Dec 7 2009
0.0
Version: 2.1
Overall this is a nice application although still lacking in features. The price is high as is the cost for upgrading to V2.
Blloyd
Blloyd
Jan 5 2009
1.3
5.0
Jan 5 2009
5.0
Version: 1.3
This is a great application for mapping/tracking GPS data and workouts. It looks fantastic, and has a very responsive developer. Comparing workouts and tracks is easy, and after using it for a few weeks I'm happy I've moved to it from Ascent (which is a great product as well, but it's not as pretty as this one).
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