Breadcrumbs is free online GPS track management software that allows you to visualize (in 3D), organize, edit and share your GPS data and associated photos/videos.
Breadcrumbs improves on the average desktop GPS management software and places it on the web; the application is free and can be used to track any outdoor activity, from hiking to sightseeing.
Breadcrumbs was developed to unify the realistic representations of Google Earth with an online application to make it easy to manage and share GPS tracks with friends and family. Breadcrumbs works in a similar way to a photo management application - rather than a photo we put the GPS track at the center of attention.
Photos and videos provide great memories of outdoor adventures. Breadcrumbs makes it easy to import and associate these media with your GPS tracks. An inbuilt geotagging process automatically places photos exactly where they were taken. Once media and GPS tracks are uploaded users can visualize exactly where they went on a trip and relive it using Breadcrumbs' 3D playback function. Each track comes with the option to make a public page, which can be shared using a public url or posted to Facebook directly from the application.
Breadcrumbs is accessible to everyone. GPS tracking is already a mainstream activity, almost all modern smartphones come with a GPS built in and free tracking applications exist on every platform.
Reliving the adventure is not Breadcrumbs' only focus - it also lets users organize and manage adventures with a variety of tools. GPS tracks often inherently contain mistakes. A simple editing process allows the user to correct those inaccuracies.