Columbus
Columbus
1.4.1

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Columbus1.4.1

06 February 2014

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

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 Columbus

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

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How would you rate Columbus app?

2 Reviews of Columbus

5
Bottacco
21 November 2012
Version: 1.3.0

Most helpful

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.
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4.5
PietroBM
27 January 2014
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!
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5
Bottacco
21 November 2012
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.
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