Can Atlas open existing GPX files?
Of course! Atlas is built around the GPX standard. Any valid GPX file can be opened by Atlas, no matter if it was created by another app, a GPS device or downloaded from the internet.
What other file formats are supported?
Atlas only supports GPX files.
Is Atlas a GPX viewer for Mac?
Yes indeed, Atlas for macOS can open and display GPX files. On top of that you can edit some properties too, or add your own waypoints.
Is Atlas a GPX viewer for iOS?
Absolutely, Atlas for iOS opens about every GPX file you can find. You are also able to edit some properties, or add your own waypoints
Does Atlas work off-line?
Atlas can be launched and open documents when off line. However, the map view might be empty since it requires an internet connection to load streets, street names or aerial imagery.
Will Atlas be able to open my huge GPX file?
It should! We tested files with up to one million GPX-elements. If your file is causing trouble, feel free to let us know.
How do I update Atlas?
Atlas gets updates from time to time. If you have automatic updates enabled in the App Store’s settings, you don't have to do anything. Otherwise, check the updates tab. To find out what's new, you can always check out the release notes.
What are the system requirements for Atlas?
On the Mac, Atlas needs macOS 10.14 (that's Mojave) or higher. On your iPhone or iPad, Atlas requires iOS 13 or higher.
Does Atlas work on Macs with an M1?
Yes! Atlas for macOS is a Universal Binary and runs at full speed on all Macs running macOS 11 Big Sur.
Where can I get Atlas?
I bought Atlas for iOS, can I download Atlas for macOS for free then?
Can I undo my purchase of Atlas?
Does Atlas collect my location?
The app uses your location to display it on the map. And that's it. No location data is send to anyone, ever. You can find more info about your privacy in our privacy statement.
I think I found a bug, where can I report it?
The easiest way is to report a bug via email. Make sure to mention the platform and version of Atlas you're using.