OI.Track enriches your activities.

Paired with a compatible Olympus camera, the OLYMPUS Image Track (OI.Track) smartphone app makes photography on journeys even more enjoyable. With this app, you can update the camera's GPS assist data, and display the trails taken or vertical distance traveled along with your images.

1. Display images and track data on your smartphone
During your journey, send your camera's track data by Wi-Fi to your smartphone and you will be able to check the progress that you have made on your journey thus far. Track data will be displayed together with images for easy identification.
* Display of movies and altitude/depth data is only possible when using compatible cameras. Compatible cameras: TG-5, TG-Tracker

2. Organize track data and images on your smartphone
Manage your images and track data imported to your smartphone as single Activities. Relive the excitement of the moment and the feeling of accomplishment by viewing the track data together with your images.
* On iPhone 5(iPhone 5C) or earlier iOS devices, 4K videos cannot be imported.

3. Enjoy sharing with your friends and family
Combine Track Data with recorded footage for exciting videos you can share with your friends.
* Maximum image quality of videos edited on a device is Full HD 30 fps.

4. Update GPS Assist Data
Use your smartphone to download the latest GPS assist data and transfer it t your camera by WI-Fi, to drastically shorten location acquisition time, whenever and wherever you are.

5. Add location information
By simply transferring the GPS log recorded with a smartphone to the camera, location information can be added to photos captured with a compatible camera with built-in Wi-Fi.
* Be aware that continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

6. Easy Setup
All you need to do is scan the QR code displayed on the screen of a compatible camera with OI.Track to easily set up Wi-Fi connection settings.

* This app is not guaranteed to work on all devices.
* Compatible cameras: E-M1X, TG-5, TG-4, TG-3, TG-870, TG-860, and TG-Tracker. Location information can be added on Olympus cameras with Wi-Fi.
* Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.

What’s New

Version 3.1.1

Improved the connection method with the camera.
Support for iOS13.

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

Enrique Robideaux ,

Too Complicated, Fatal Bug with Export

The app does the basic things you expect it to do: it connects to the camera and creates GPS logs. However, the user interface is dismal. It requires a great deal of poking around and searching to find all the functions and ways to get information out of the app. Overall, it appears that Olympus has a very amateur development team that isn’t writing good apps. The whole strategy of having two separate apps to work with your camera is just crazy.

Now we get to the terminal bug: when you record two or more GPS logs for the day, it will only export the first one you recorded. No matter how many ways you try, it will not export the second, third or fourth log. Even if you delete the first log, it’s still only exports that first log. Pretty much makes the app completely useless.

The app does work with multiple GPS logs from one day to tag the photos while still on the camera, using the awful workflow that Olympus has designed. but if you want to visualize your GPS data anywhere outside of the Olympus app, you are stuck.

If your goal is simply to capture GPS data and tag your photos appropriately, you may be better served by using a regular GPS tracking app, exporting the GPX file, and using an app like Lightroom to tag the photos with GPS data. I am finding this a much more satisfactory experience than trying to use the clunky workflows Olympus has designed. Too bad – the camera is awesome. The software really needs work.

idic314 ,

Made worse than the original.

I used to be able to send geologs in a batch all at once. I used to be able to see a map showing where the photos still on my camera were taken. I used to be able to share the logs easily and in batches. I used to be able to share those logs even if they were taken on the same day. Not anymore. Not since Olympus decided to move the tracking function to a separate app.

Why the share button needs to be hidden under "more" is beyond me. Swiping is not always "intuitive" which I'm sure is what they were doing for. A quick swipe and your log is deleted. A careful swipe and then a tap and then another tap to add to the camera... one at a time... is dumb and slow. If I knew of any alternative I would happily delete this app.

HiFliteTM ,

Complex and awkward App

Awkward translation to English, which makes it difficult to decide weather it is safe to click it. Simply “Info” or “Details” would be more clear ... and actually I do not want to be bothered about it as a regular user just interested in geotagging his trips.
Too complex - why the separate steps A-GPS and date/time sync, and a separate button to upload, and again a separate step to sync the geotag. Just a single button called “Sync Camera” would be clear. Otherwise - all functionality is there and more.


43.5 MB

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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