Visualize or access data from desktop or browser

Noob here. Is it possible to visualize or access data from desktop or browser?

Sometimes I find it easier especially when I’m already using my laptop.

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If you have Arc’s iCloud Drive Backups turned on, then you will have a complete copy of your database on iCloud Drive, that you could use a third party app to visualise the data with. Though I’m not sure which apps currently support the Arc file formats.

Alternatively you can export individual timeline items, or entire days, weeks, or months to GPX format, from the options menu in the timeline view. GPX is a more common format, so there are many tools and apps that support visualising GPX files on maps.

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In my case, export yearly gpx file, import it to gpx browser such as Ovital to review the whole year track on PC.

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I personally use derive

https://erik.github.io/derive/

It’s pretty clean, though I wish either it or arc had export by activity type to make it more usable

(lol matt, if you ever have time you can maybe contribute to the github :') I don’t know javascript unfortunately)

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I wanted to squeeze that into the next update (which is in the App Store review queue, hopefully going live today/tomorrow), but I’d already been working on the update for too long. It’s still high on my todos! Hopefully soon.