myTracks now offers modern UI, Timeline, and M1 Mac Support

Indie developer, Dirk Stichling has released myTracks 4.0, an important update to his popular photo geotagging app for macOS. myTracks is the swiss-army knife for GPS tracks. Tracks can be displayed on a map, using various map types. GPS tracks can be downloaded from various hardware GPS loggers, allowing the tracks to be organized into a library. All tracks can then be displayed on a map, using various map types. myTracks' geo-tagging feature allows it to write GPS information into photo files. The app offers one-click drag-and-drop geotagging of the JPEG and RAW files.

Version 4.0 brings a number of new features to the app. New features include a completely redesigned user interface, a new "Time Line" feature to organize tracks, and native Apple Silicon support for Apple's M1 Mac lineup. myTracks 4.0 offers an improved user interface, providing a new look and feel for the app. The new version's modern user interface is comparable to modern Apple-designed apps, similar to the "Apple Mail," "Apple Music," "Safari," and other popular Apple Mac apps. myTracks 4.0 is $17.99 and can be downloaded from the Mac App Store.