Small solutions provided They have caught my attention, I think if they do not go over $ 50 and solve what a great program does not do, they should get lucky.
Today I want to show you KML Manager, A tool that barely walks 12.95 Euros, weighs less than 1 MB but see nothing else inside this geofumada.
Read and edit data
The best thing that KML Manager does is read many formats, edit them and export them to others.
It is not bad to read data such as Open Street Maps, GPX, Garmin Way points and Tom Tom's Points of Interest or Itineraries. But apart from reading, you can also edit several of them, even combine data that is in separate files.
You have to prove it to convince yourself, because in the case of having a kml, whose coordinates are geographical, when exporting it to cvs you can choose to send them to UTM and he only identifies the corresponding zone.
When exporting to GPX you can choose if the data goes to Waypoints, Route or Tracks. You can also go to GPX Mapsource, .lmx from Nokia Maps and .rte formats from Navigon and .xml / .trk from Medion.
Deploy to Google Maps
A very attractive notch is that any data you have can be displayed on Google Maps, so it is easy to take data from a Garmin and lift it in a Google Maps window without transforming it. Or something more extreme: read data from Open Street Maps, and then display it on Google Maps (vectors, of course)
Here is the table that speaks for itself.
|Formats you read
|Formats you edit or export
For the next version they are considering exporting data to different formats simultaneously. The trial version is fully functional for 14 days.
They can go down KML Manager here