CompeGPSLand
CompeGPSLand
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CompeGPSLand free download for Mac

CompeGPSLand7.5.3

25 October 2014

Make the most of your outdoor trips.

Overview

CompeGPS Land will let you make the most of your outdoor trips. Its great variety of planning, navigation, and analysis tools is the perfect basis for any professional or amateur (trekking, mountain bike, 4x4, skiing, etc.). Get the best efficiency and lots of fun.

Visualize digital maps, download them for free from the Internet, or calibrate paper maps and manage all the necessary information for your trips on them. Land is optimed for TwoNav devices, either dedicated GPS devices (Sportiva/Sportiva+, Aventura), or devices with TwoNav installed (iPhone, Android, etc.). You can also communicate with Magellan and Garmin, and almost all new GPS receivers for upload/download waypoints, routes and tracks

What's new in CompeGPSLand

Version 7.7.0 (7.5.3):

Note: The version available for download is 7.5.3. The version available for purchase in the Mac App Store is 7.7.0.

  • Generic bug fixes.

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1 Reviews of CompeGPSLand

Jon-white-bw
13 January 2012
Version: 7.3

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Be aware that the text above is the same as for the Windows version of the software and, according to the Compe web site, there is a long and extensive list of features from the Windows version which are not yet implemented in the Mac version. This includes communication with GPS devices, which to me seems to considerably reduce the appeal of the software, at least at this point. Plus, let's be honest here, at that price it would need to be much, much better than TrailRunner or MyTracks or RouteBuddy. Apart from the 3D projection feature (which is nice but not essential) I don't see anything to justify spending 120 bucks on it when the competition is much cheaper...
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Jon-white-bw
13 January 2012
Version: 7.3
Be aware that the text above is the same as for the Windows version of the software and, according to the Compe web site, there is a long and extensive list of features from the Windows version which are not yet implemented in the Mac version. This includes communication with GPS devices, which to me seems to considerably reduce the appeal of the software, at least at this point. Plus, let's be honest here, at that price it would need to be much, much better than TrailRunner or MyTracks or RouteBuddy. Apart from the 3D projection feature (which is nice but not essential) I don't see anything to justify spending 120 bucks on it when the competition is much cheaper...
(1)