Want to geotag your digital camera photos? Have Lightroom or Aperture?PixTrack is the Dropbox-syncing GPS tracklogger you need.1. Tap the Start button.2. Take your photos. PixTrack tracks your progress.3. Tap the Stop button. PixTrack automatically uploads your tracklog to Dropbox.4. Automatically geotag your photos in Lightroom, Aperture, or any software that uses standard GPX logs.PixTrack includes handy features: To-the-second clock display (to make it easy to sync your clock on your camera) Optional notification reminders that it's running, to avoid unnecessarily draining your battery. History of your previous trips which syncs with Dropbox. Add GPX files on your computer and view them in PixTrack. Retracing your route? Show previous tracklogs, or any GPX file, on the map as you record. Don't want to use Dropbox? Logs can also be exported to other apps or iCloud Drive using standard iOS functionality. Support for iPad - view synced tracklogs, or if you have a GPS-capable iPad use it instead of your phone to save your phone's battery.PixTrack is the easiest way to take advantage of the build-in geotagging functionality in today's photo software.--ADOBE LIGHTROOM 4+: STEP-BY-STEP1. Select the photos you'd like to tag.Hint: Select All on the latest import works well.2. Switch to the Map module.3. Load the tracklog: Map menu > Tracklog > Load Tracklog... Your tracklogs are in your Dropbox folder: Dropbox > Apps > PixTrack4. After your tracklog is loaded, choose: Map menu > Tracklog > Auto-Tag Photos5. That's It!--APPLE APERTURE 3+: STEP-BY-STEP1. Select the photos you'd like to tag.2. Switch to the Places module.3. Import the tracklog: GPS button (below the map) > Import Tracklog Your tracklogs are in your Dropbox folder: Dropbox > Apps > PixTrack4. Drag the first photo to the location on the tracklog where it was taken.5. Click Automatically assign photo locations based on capture time. Aperture will automatically tag the remaining photos.6. That's It! --Notes: Requires Dropbox account for syncing functionality. Lightroom tagging requires Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4+ for Windows or Mac. Aperture tagging requires Aperture 3+ for Mac. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
What's new in version 2.0
Redesigned and Rewritten Redesigned for iOS 8/9. Rewritten in Swift for improved performance and reliability, with filtering to reduce file size and out of place GPS coordinates. Synchronization Tracklogs are now fully synced with your Dropbox folder (instead of simply uploaded), which means you can add tracklogs to your Dropbox on your desktop and view them in PixTrack. View Tracklogs on Map View another tracklog on the map while you're logging.GPX Import and Export Export GPX files to other apps or storage providers like iCloud Drive. Import GPX files from other apps using Open In...Customizable and Actionable Notifications Reminder notifications can be set at custom intervals. Recording can be stopped by swipeable actions on the notification.Enhanced for iPad and iPhone 6S Force Touch Home Screen Shortcuts on iPhone 6S. Support for iPad. View synced tracklogs, or record tracklogs with a cellular-capable iPad (thus saving your phone battery).--Running into problems? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org. I also need more beta testers, so let me know if you're interested. Thanks!If you're a fan of PixTrack, App Reviews are always appreciated when a new version is released.