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eMapZone is a software for preparing a trip on any map picture. Maps can be calibrated in a geographical way, offering a universal representation of points and beacons. With the GPS transmission features, the data can exchanged with a GPS unit, and real time navigation can be achieved directly on the map.
GeoToad lets you perform on-demand queries against the Geocaching website, and export the matching geocaches to numerous devices and over 20 file formats.
ExpertGPS displays your waypoints, routes, and tracks on USGS topo maps and aerial photos. Using the powerful mapping tools in ExpertGPS, you can draw your route directly on a map, search for nearby features from the millions of waypoints available in our database, and transfer your trip directly to your GPS in one click.
BeeLineGPS is a high performance Pocket PC cache navigation and management software tool. Import GPX files and manage thousands of waypoints with the advanced Waypoint Manager. View, manage and hunt Geocaches with ease and confidence while having fun, a perfect paperless solution.
GeoCalc is a Windows application that allows simple conversion of coordinates to various formats. It takes coordinate strings in a variety of formats and generates copy-and-paste versions of those coordinates in a variety of other formats.
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POI Editor lets you view, edit and convert Points of Interest files from GPS devices such as TomTom, Garmin, Navman and others.
Translate coordinates (WGS-84, NAD-83, and NAD-27) to and from Latitude/Longitude and UTM. Also, if the location is within the conterminous 48 states, you'll get the converted coordinates for the other map datums.
CacheMaps retreives a variety of maps for your caches from the Internet. CacheMaps uses the Geocaching loc- or gpx-files as input. Directely from the Geocaching site or as exported from GSAK.
This online tool allows you to use to quickly log your geocaching adventures on Geocaching.com. No more searching for caches and clicking around the geocaching website. Just list the caches you've found, edit your log and post!
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