Whether you are running, cycling or even soaring the sky, Track is a perfect match for you. Track allows you to read different log files with just one application.
QUICK LOOK INTEGRATION
You can now get a quick preview of the contents of your file by just pressing the space bar on your Mac.
Check more specific information with the new elevation view. You can drag the slider in order to get more information of a certain log point.
PLAY YOUR TRACK
Experience your run or swim over and over again with the integrated play function.
We currently support the following formats: GPX, TCX, FIT, LOC & NMEA
If you have another format you would like to use, just send us an email and we’ll see what we can do!
Hope you enjoy Track. Let us know what we can do better!
I know it has been a while, but this update is worth waiting for. Let me briefly explain what we did.
* Accessibility is improved throughout the entire app. We also modified Track in a way that it can be used with Voice Over.
* Because of the multi window support we improved the drag and drop support.
* With macOS 10.14 Mojave we got the ability to have dark and light modes. Both are now supported by Track.
* We removed the onboarding screens, there was a general feeling that these screens were not really usefull any more. The app should be self-explanatory.
We hope you enjoy this new version of Track. And keep a look out for more updates that are coming in the following months.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Simple, clean, and functional
I mostly wanted a Quicklook plug-in, and this app includes a nice one - the best I’ve found - but that’s not to shortchange the app itself, which is also rather nice. It’s clean, visually appealing, and quite intuitive. It’s also very snappy - it, and its Quicklook plug-in, feel consistently lightweight and efficient.
One nice feature, which isn’t necessarily obvious from the App Store description & screen shots, is the ability to intuitively scrub across the height chart at the bottom and have it show the corresponding position on the overhead map. If you want to be particularly fancy you can utilise its playback functionality, where it animates your progress synchronised across the map and the height chart. It also shows you your elevation at the selected point, along with some other information for things like your speed at that point at time, and the incline likewise at that particular point.
When I first downloaded it I ran into a couple of minor bugs, which I reported to the developer. The developer was very nice and responsive, and fixed both issues in the next update. 👍
Developer Response ,
Hi Wade! Thank you for the very kind words.
Happy to have helped you! If you run in to other issues, you know where to find me on the internet!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.