How to export waypoints and routes from iNavX as GPX or KMZ for cloud storage on

Article IX14050, January 27, 2016

In iNavX, in the WP+ tab under any chart, tap the Import / Export option and then choose to export data as GPX or KMZ for storage on X-Traverse.


If not already done, enter your X-Traverse email and password in the iNavX menu Preferences | X-Traverse Account (or "Add more charts to menu" | Account).

Below the bottom of any chart, tap the WP+ tab.

iNavX showing a chart with waypoints and a route

Tap the Import/Export option. 

For a few seconds, the app fetches the titles of data files stored on your account.

Import Export option of WP+ tab

Tap the Export Waypoints option. (Or tap Export Routes, whatever you need.)

When prompted on which method of export is desired, select either Export to GPX -> X-Traverse or Export to KMZ -> X-Traverse.

Export options

The iNavX app connects over the Internet to X-Traverse, then transfers the waypoint data.

in the process of exporting

After the export is done, the list of data files stored on is refreshed.

relisting of what is on X-Traverse

By the way, the Routes tab also has some options, such as Email, for each individual route in memory; see illustration below.

route may be email exported

If you wish, go to a web browser and login to your account. Click the My Waypoints & Data link and examine the list of data files stored on the page. The Filename and Created at column headers may be clicked to sort the list in ascending or descending order. The data exported from iNavX is listed with a date-stamp to remind you of when the export was done. You may wish to use the icons to the right of the files to edit the option file description, delete the file (if you are truly done with the data in an old file), and do other things.

web site showing items stored on cloud

A popular option is to click the Download icon (green arrow pointing down into a box). X-Traverse download icon  This function allows for saving a GPX or KMZ file to a computer hard drive. Or, even better, save a GPX file to a media card which may then be inserted into a chart plotter compatible with the GPX file format (i.e. most Raymarine, Lowrance, Simrad, Humminbird, and other plotters that have been software updated since about 2012 onwards).