Create POIs for your navigation software !
Reads GPX files (zipped or unzipped) and converts the points to special interest locations directly on your own navigation system, including an image for the type of POIs.
Or you can export the selection to OV2, CVS, GPX, KML or RUPI.
Now also works with an external SD card.
* Sygic Car Navigation
* Sygic GPS Navigation & Maps
* GPS Navigation (also known as BeOnRoad)
* Copilot GPS - Car navigation
* Copilot * GPS Navigation
* TomTom Go Mobile - GPS
* Google Maps (via KML file)
Do you have a collection of GPX files or do you run Pocket Queries on Geocaching.com which you want to load into Sygic GPS Navigation? Or in CoPilot GPS or TomTom Go, or even just export them to rupi, ov2, csv or kml file?
This application searches for all GPX files and all ZIP files containing GPX files. Select your files and the application will look for all categories. Select your desired categories and export those to your favorite navigation software (Sygic, CoPilot, TomTom or via file). The next time you start your navigation software, it automatically imports them! For CoPilot some manual steps are needed (allowing a custom category and icon assignment).
Additional transformation is not needed anymore. This application generates the correct RUPI file for Sygic, CSV for CoPilot and OV2 for TomTom.
Languages: English, Dutch.
Tested on TomTom Go, Sygic and Copilot.
NOTE! Always restart your navigation software (use exit, not back button)
NOTE! Although the application is optimised for geocachers, naming the waypoints can be configured via 'Templates'.
The 'code' is distilled from 'name' (GCnnnnn) (if empty: 'sym' or Point).
The 'description' from 'urlname' (if empty: 'desc', 'cmt' or code).
The 'category' is extracted from 'type' or 'sym'.
This means the support for the GPX file format is pretty geocaching specific (but that doesn't mean it isn't usable for other GPX files).
Disclaimer: Use at your own risk. I have no affiliation nor have I been sponsored by mentioned products.
Free promo code if you add a new language to the translations. See https://gitlab.com/lemval/app-translations. Fork the repository and create a merge request.