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rubiTrack tracks activity data from GPS devices

updated 04:15 am EDT, Tue September 30, 2008

rubiTrack software

Toolsfactory software has announced the release of a new GPS enabled activity tracking software for the Mac, rubiTrack. The software allows users to display and organize their runs, bike rides, walks, or other outdoor activities so that they may be analyzed. Version 1.0 reads tracks for GPS enabled fitness devices like the Garmin Forerunner, then stores the tracks as both GPX and TCX files. The activities are then accessible though different activity groups which are automatically categorized by activity type, location, route, date, distance and workout duration.

rubiTrack comes with visual chart and track features that allow uses to analyze workouts. Users can also use this software to set custom markers, measure distances along the track and even select areas to view various statistics.

rubiTrack is available for purchase at a cost of $40.








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