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Welcome to the GPSMaster website! 

GPSMaster.NET can best be described as a mixture of Google Earth, World Wind, SeeYou, OziExplorer and Garmin Mapsource. GPSMaster.NET is a Windows application (for both x86 and x64) and can communicate (via serial or USB) with any Garmin GPS that implements the Garmin communication protocol. Support for other brands of GPS or logger will be added in future releases. 

GPSMaster is ideal for pilots, cyclists, hikers, sailors, basically anyone who enjoys outdoor activities. When you go to a place you haven't been before, visit the place in GPSMaster.NET first to get to know the area and create waypoints and routes of interesting places in advance and send them to your GPS.

Are you a pilot? Take your GPS with you on your flight and afterwards download the track from your flight (or just load the IGC file), and view your track in 3D! This is also a great feature for climbers/skiers! You can see all details about your track in a number of graphs displaying altitude, speed and rate of climb/sink.

Do you want to know (or input) coordinates in a different (non WGS84) map datum? GPSMaster knows 221 map datums and offers the ability to create a user map datum)! Do you want your coordinates to be displayed in UTM, user UTM, British Grid, Irish Grid, Siwss Grid, Dutch Grid? No problem for GPSMaster.NET.

Do you want to see distances/altitude in meters? Feet? Statute or nautical miles? Kilometers? GPSMaster allows you to custome all your units and many other settings.

GPSMaster is a highly versatile program for outdoor enthousiasts. Whether you're a pilot or a backpacker. Whether you enjoy skiing or cycling. GPSMaster offers the functionality you need.

Check the screenshots, download the trial version and see for yourself!

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Jun 22, 2014
Category: New Version
Posted by: Edwin Oude Vrielink
Version 2.3 is now available for download.
Feb 24, 2013
Category: New Version
Posted by: Edwin Oude Vrielink
Version 2.2 is now available for download.
Nov 10, 2012
Category: New Version
Posted by: Edwin Oude Vrielink
Version 2.1 is now available for download.