iCaching is an indispensable tool for geocachers with a Mac. Import, organize, manage, explore and export your geocaches with iCaching. A native, fast Mac App!
====== Import ======
Import GPX- or LOC-files using the import button, or drag and drop them into iCaching.
Import Pocket Queries directly from Geocaching from the Pocket Query window. iCaching also notifies you when new PQs are ready for download.
Each Pocket Query will be imported into it's own folder.
iCaching also supports the Geocaching Live API. You can query geocaches from Geocaching using all kinds of filters.
====== Organize, manage and explore ======
Explore your geocache library with the special 'Library'-folders. View your finds, favorited caches and so on. Sort on all properties of the caches.
You can easily add folders and organize your geocaches with drag and drop. Each cache has only one instance in the database.
The tabs under the geocache list show the different aspects of the selected geocache. The Info tab shows the metadata. In this tab you can also add your own note, corrected coordinates, like or dislike a cache and add or remove Favorites.
The description tab shows the offline description. The Webpage tab shows the geocache page on Geoaching.com.
The additional waypoints (for multi's) are show on the waypoints tab, with descriptions and a map.
Logs are shown on the logs-tab. Every time you import a new version of the same geocache, new logs are added to the loglist.
The last tab shows the Images that are related to the cache. You can easily export them to Garmin devices for reference 'in the field'.'
The Map window displays geocache(s) and additional waypoints on a map. This map is interactive; select caches or waypoints on the map to view their properties in iCaching and vice-versa. You can switch between map types, including Open Street Maps.
An extended search window helps you to sort out caches by all properties of the cache. You can save your filter as a Smart Folder, for later use.
iCaching can contain multiple home- or centerlocations and calculates distance and bearing from there for all geocaches on the fly.
GCVote is build in. iCaching queries for GCVote on every import, and you can rate a cache on GCVote when you have a GCVote-account.
====== Export ======
iCaching can export to GPX, GGZ, CSV and to a lot of other file-formats
You can also export directly to a whole list of GPS-devices (Garmin, Magellan, DeLorme), including paperless devices like e.g. Garmins Oregon series.
====== Logging ======
After a cache trip, easily log your finds with iCaching. You can read the visits file from your paperless GPS.
iCaching also provides the ability to log Travelbugs and to add pictures to your logs.
To make usage of the entire range of iCaching functionalities you need a premium membership at geocaching.
If you have feature-wishes or discovered something that doesn't work as expected, please contact us! You'll always get a response.
And of course: if you like iCaching, recommend it with a review!
In short, happy caching with iCaching!
Version 8.0.1 (June 2019)
This update fixes two anoying bugs:
- Caches downloaded via the API were always marked as 'unavailable'
- Caches logged via iCaching were not immediately marked as 'Found'
Version 8.0 (May 2019)
This update is all about the new API for the communication with Geocaching. You need this update to continue to use that after June 1, 2019.
Function wise this update does not bring new stuff, as it was a ton of work to make use of the new API.
But you’ll notice that the communication with geocaching will be quite faster.
Version 7.5.2 (March 2019)
- Import of date placed that got lost after the change of the date field by Groundspeak
- Crash when opening GCVote panel for geocaches that were not yet rated
Version 7.5 (Oct 2018)
- Support for dark mode in the latest macOS version
- Select geocaches in the Map window by dragging a rectangle (holding the control key)
- Under the hood performance improvements
- Several small issues
Version 7.2.1 (May 2018)
- You can now import fieldnotes files with multiline logs (e.g. from Looking4Cache)
- The Travelbugs in a geocache in the log window were often not loaded
- Issue with crashing Pocket Query window
Version 7.2 (May 2018)
- You can now choose not to create a folder when importing a Pocket Query in the settings in the PQ window (gear icon)
- New (additional) waypoint icons, which are much clearer on the map
- High resolution attribute icons
- Problems with a wrong log date when importing via GPX. The bug was timezone depended and affected mostly users from America, and could lead to shifted found dates.
- Several small issues
Version 7.1 (March 2018)
This update contains a ton of under-the-hood changes to make iCaching even more stable, faster and maintainable.
- Download all new pocket queries at the press of one button
- Revisited the date handling of logs/finds. Groundspeak made some changes in the API which result in better date handling.
- Importing the visits file from your GPS didn't respect the timezone of the logs, now it does
- Several small issues
Version 7.0.2 (November 2017)
- iCaching now remembers the last used settings for library cleanup
- Enabling/disabling columns in the cache list
- Several refresh issues with the Map
- Printed Map now does contain geocaches again
- Other small issues
Version 7.0.1 (November 2017)
- Purging old logs was not working correctly
- Editing user waypoint on waypoints tab could make the application freeze
Version 7.0 (October 2017)
- Geocaches close to each other appear now clustered on the map. This also vastly improves the speed of the map with large amounts of geocaches.
- New Library cleanup function to easily purge archived and/or old geocaches and logs.
- iCaching now uses the new round geocache icons
- When importing a field notes file containing geocaches that are not in iCaching, the cache names and types are retrieved via the api
- The API window now has the new API logo
- Various small issues