Gpx viewer is a free and open source gpx file data viewer application for Linux. GPX is an XML schema designed as a GPS data format for describe way points, tracks and routes. It is written in vala and released under GNU General Public License v2.0. It comes with multiple map source, graph support, waypoints zoom level and playback support.
How to Install GPX Viewer on Ubuntu Linux
Gpx Viewer is available as a flatpak package file from flathub. So you need to install the latest version of flatpak on your syste, If you don’t have then install it using below link.
You need to restart your system after the installation. After that open the terminal software using ctrl+alt+t keys and run this flatpak GPX Viewer install command.
flatpak install flathub nl.sarine.gpx-viewer
This will install the latest version of GPX Viewer on your system. You can start it using
flatpak run nl.sarine.gpx-viewer
And also uninstall it using this command,
sudo flatpak uninstall nl.sarine.gpx-viewer