Austrian developer toolsfactory software has announced the release of rubiTrack 1.4, the company's GPS-enabled activity tracking software for the Mac. The program is designed for runners, bikers, walkers, hikers, skiers and everyone else who logs GPS data and reads tracks from GPS enabled devices like the Garmin Forerunner, Garmin Edge, AMOD GPS Trackers and Nike+iPod and the iPhone 3G.
Activities are easily accessible through dynamic activity groups which automatically categorize by activity type, location, route, date, distance and workout duration.
The new version of the program boasts the following features and changes:
- Activity collection with instant track preview
- Activity calendar and list
- Interactive maps and charts with instant statistics
- Intelligent adaptive filtering
- Activity comparison
- Uses GPS data as well as heart rate, cadence and power fitness data
- GPX export for track sharing and uploading
- Athlete history
- Workout summary for weekly, monthly and yearly statistics
- Adds Direct sync with Garmin Forerunner 405, Forerunner 50 and Garmin ANT compatible devices
- Adds OpenStreetMap as map provider
- Adds TCX and CSV Export
- Improves averaging of heart rate and cadence
- Improves TCX import reliability
- Improves Virtual Earth map reliability
- Adds "Speed" to the metrics displayed on track view markers
- Other enhancements and bug fixes
rubiTrack requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later to install and run on the Mac and iPhone OS 2.0 or later to install and run on the iPhone or iPod touch. The program is fully localized in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish and retails for US$39 for the Mac client and $9.99 on the App Store.