Beta testers sought

If you’re a Garmin GPS user with a Mac, and you’re not happy with your existing software choices, there’s a new option coming soon.

The developers of Rubitrack are looking for beta testers of their app, which brings a polished Mac interface to tracking GPS and heart rate data collected through a variety of Garmin (and other USB-based) devices. You can check out screen shots and their frequently asked questions to see if it’s something that might work for you.

The beta offers a free unrestricted version of the software, which will expire November 1. Licenses are set to be 29 euros, or about $42.



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Thanks for the tip! The Garman Mac product that ships with the 305 is terrible—I was just wondering this morning what I could do to get something better.

From the fredcast I heard about Ascent software which replaces the training software that came with my edge and runs great on Mac’s.

http://www.montebellosoftware.com/

Here is the link for Ascent Software






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