The description of GPX Track EditorMake your own trail maps, using your tablet or smartphone.
Record tracks, or import tracks from GPX files.
Clean up your track data, manually and/or automatically.
Use your trail map for navigation, with or without an Internet connection.
Your tracks and waypoints are displayed over the (optional) background of a Google Map, either the default road map or a satellite image.
* Split and join tracks.
* Connect tracks to form 3-way and 4-way junctions, with the same coordinates in each track that meets at the junction point, to establish the topology of a network of tracks.
* Eliminate superfluous trackpoints, with the option of preserving junction points against elimination.
* Take the average of 2-5 tracks, to even out the errors, or, for example, to establish a street's center line from tracks for the sidewalks on either side of the street.
* View the results of averaging or reducing tracks, before accepting the results.
Documentation is available via the thorough help system within the app.
Fix bug that did not save certain changes to track colors.
By default, do not display message when automatically saving changes to GPX file (new option in settings to
continue to display the message)
New feature to reduce "noise" in a track by averaging each point with its neighbors.
New (pop-up) context menu on Tracks screen.
See release notes - in the app's Help system - for more details.