updated 11:45 am EDT, Mon September 28, 2009
Data zones added for activity charting functions
toolsfactory has updated its flagship GPS tracking application, rubiTrack 2.0. The latest version adds zones -- display ranges of values directly in the track and chart for speed, pace, elevation, heart rate, cadence, power and gradient. The update also features support for weather handling, Polar HRM file import and multi-selection filtering in activity groups. Version 2 includes a tool for publishing rubiTrack activities online and supports visual track editing for splitting and trimming activities and fixing incorrect GPS data.
The program reads tracks from GPS enabled devices such as the Garmin Forerunner, Garmin Edge, AMOD GPS Trackers and Nike iPod, as well as the iPhone with rubiTrack for iPhone enabled. Visual chart and track features enable users to analyze the effectiveness of their workouts.
The software requires Mac OS X 10.5 and is available from the rubiTrack website for $40.