Dirk Stichling has announced the 10th anniversary of myTracks, his photo geotagging app for macOS (10.10 and later). In celebration of the anniversary, the popular app is now available for $7.99 (50% off) for a limited time.
With myTracks, GPS tracks can be downloaded from various hardware GPS loggers and the tracks organized into a library. The tracks can be displayed on a map, using various map types. myTracks’ geo-tagging feature allows it to write GPS information into photo files (both jpg and raw).
myTracks can be used with the macOS Photos app, as well as numerous other photo organizing applications, including Adobe Lightroom, GraphicConverter, or even the macOS Finder. It handles the JPEG and RAW photos formats. GPS tracks can be exported in the GPX, KML or KMZ file formats, and can be used with Google Earth.
In addition to using myTracks for macOS with dedicated GPS loggers, app developer Stichling also offers a free iPhone app, “myTracks – The GPS logger” to record GPS tracks. Users can use the apps to synchronize all of their tracks between their iOS and macOS devices via iCloud. The iPhone app is available at the Apple App Store.