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Anyone use software or an App for organising their marks on a home computer? Looking for ideas to speed up the process rather than sitting on the sounder touch screen


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I use HumminbirdPC. Free download off the Humminbird web site but specific to that brand. I am sure other brands have their own management software.

The Humminbird PC lets you manage and modify all the waypoints and can even display them on Google Earth.

Highly recommended
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There's a few, EasyGPS is free and good and you can upgrade to paid version later.
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Send them all to me and I'll sort them out for ya :D
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I use OZI-Explorer. there is a free version but the 'buy price' is quite reasonble.


I used it for work (surveying) for many years before adopting it for my GPS marks
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Another vote for Oziexplorer, used that one on my old PC but didn't restore it when the PC died.
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I'm a fan of Garmin HomePort. Works with everything you throw at it. I have Humminbirds and use it all the time.
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Here’s my desk top.

$90 from Jaycar and doesn’t cook the transducer while you play with a few beers.
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