GpsMaster is a free (GNU GPL v2) and open source desktop application used to create, view, edit and analyse GPX files. The program is focused toward the analysis of recorded tracks, but also offers features for planning outdoor activities such as backpacking, hiking, and biking.
Written in Java, it runs on Linux, Windows, MacOS or any other platform supporting Java 1.6 or higher.
GpsMaster is based on GPXCreator by Matt Hoover. Without his work, GpsMaster wouldn’t exist today.
MessageCenter: consistent and user-friendly, non-intrusive display of messages (info, error, warning)
Pre-configured slippy maps:
Viewer for geotagged photos, together with EXIF data
Show nearby Wikipedia articles on map
Display multiple GPS Files with tracks, waypoints, routes and segments in user-definable colors
Progress Labels (distance, absolute and relative time in regular intervals along track)
Measure time & distance between two trackpoints
Display of tour statistics like distance, avg. speed, max speed, duration, …
Display of additional data in GPX Extensions
Metric and imperial units
Interactive, floatable chart (Speed & Elevation). Mouse over chart highlights corresponding trackpoint (and vice versa)
Merge multiple Files, Tracks and Segments into a single file, optionally merge Tracks & Segments
Elevation correction using MapQuest’s Open Elevation Service
Timeshift: move timestamps of tracks and trackpoints forward / backward in time.
Cleaning: different algorithms to remove “obsolete” trackpoints
Download OSM Relations as tracks, i.e. Cycleways
Find paths and create routes
Download tracks from Gpsies.com
Upload tracks to Gpsies.com
Supported File Formats
IGC (used by gliders)
OBC (used in digital sport watches)