GPS Tool is a flexible tool for downloading and processing GPS data on Mac OS X. The tool itself is a front-end for various cross-platform tools, namely GPS Babel and scripts which are used to download GPS data. The tool is very easy to use and allows you to define preset processing scripts for batch processing large amounts of GPS data. The plugin system allows you to integrate device discovery and GPS data download into an easy-to-use GUI.
GPX Viewer is a simple program to visualize a GPX file. It uses libchamplain and cairo for the plot. It can show multiple GPX files, show waypoints and multiple tracks per GPX file, highlight a selected track, show a speed vs. time graph, and show distance, duration, average, moving average, max speed, moving time, and GPS points. It supports zooming, smoothing of the speed graph, and highlighting points in a speed graph on a map.
Google Map GPS Cell Phone Tracker allows you to track Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and Java ME cellphones using Google Maps. It has two parts, a server and phone clients. You have a choice of two servers, using asp.net and SQL server or PHP and MySQL. The server software allows you to view cellphone locations in realtime using Google Maps and store routes and view them later. The client applications send their locations to the website periodically. All four applications work properly in the background and are written natively on each platform.
MerakoGPS is a set of software for Merako-series boards. It is meant for GPS receiver development. MerakoGPS runs on a flexible Merako-series hardware board which uses a CycloneIII FPGA to accomplish the correlator function, and NiosII or ARM to do GPS signal acquisition, tracking, navigation message decoding, and PVT computing.
MyGeoTrails allows you to mark places of interest on the map along the trail created by the app and share them on Facebook if you wish. You may even share the complete trail with the click of a button. Use retrace mode to travel back on a trail already created before. The app records your GPS locations periodically when you press the start trail button. The information is stored only in your phone. When you explicitly share your trail information, only then is the information moved around on the Internet.