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Columbus
Columbus
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Columbus free download for Mac

Columbus

Version 1.4.1

Manage tracks produced by the Columbus V-900 GPS logger.

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Columbus overview

Columbus (was ColumbusViewer) is an OS X application to manage tracks produced by the Columbus V-900 GPS Logger and by other GPS Logger supporting the GPX format, such as the Holux M-241.

It complements the software distributed with the GPS logger, by showing the tracks on map, displaying statistics, and allowing to search track by geographical name.

What’s new in version 1.4.1

Updated on Feb 06 2014

Version 1.4.1:

New Features

  • adds a new tile service (mapquest)
Bug Fixes
  • fixes issues with usage policies of tileservers
  • fixes copyright and acknowledgments
  • fixes a long standing problem with the maximum zoom level not being properly set by the application

Information

License

Free

Size

5.5 MB

Downloads

2006

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
  • Java Runtime Environment
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PietroBM
PietroBM
Jan 27 2014
1.4.0
5.0
Jan 27 2014
5.0
Version: 1.4.0
Very good and easy-to-use tool to manage GPS data from the Columbus V-900. You can use different maps and see statistics about your trip. And it's free!
Bottacco
Bottacco
Nov 21 2012
1.3.0
5.0
Nov 21 2012
5.0
Version: 1.3.0
Really nice utility if you have a Columbus 900 GPS Logger. I have one and I had to do many conversions before just to use the tracks recorded on a map. Now, with Columbus Viewer, I just load the original files from the logger and I can see the track on a map, elevation data and speed in a graph with some compiled info. Really nice and free. I am in no way affiliated to Columbus or to this software, but I do recommend both of them if you are a Mac user that likes outdoor sports.