|Original author(s)||Robert Lipe|
|Developer(s)||Robert Lipe and community|
|Initial release||October 2, 2002|
1.6.0 / May 2, 2019
GPSBabel is a cross-platform, free software to transfer routes, tracks, and waypoint data to and from consumer GPS units, and to convert between over a hundred types of GPS data formats. It has a command-line interface and a graphical interface for Windows, MacOS, and Linux users.
GPSBabel is part of many Linux distributions including Debian GNU/Linux and Fedora, and also part of the Fink and Homebrew systems for getting Unix software on Mac OS X. The most current, official version is always on the official GPSBabel download site.
GPSBabel is popular in the Geocaching community because it enables people with incompatible GPS units to share data.
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