Many boaters want to download waypoints created on their mobile devices to their laptops to view in Google Earth or to import into their PC chartplotting applications. It is a fairly easy process to do so:

In the Marine Charts App:

1. Go to Saved -> Waypoints
2. Click on the export button in the top right
3. Select ‘Export All Waypoints’
4. Email them to an address you check on your laptop (they will be in GPX
format which is used by Google Earth and other programs)

You can do the same for your tracks. We’ll be adding more advanced track
management in the very near future.

Hope this helps!

-The EarthNC Team

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