Which android software reads multiple routes?

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  1. GerardDeR

    GerardDeR Adventurer

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    No doubt been asked plenty times before, but hoping you'll indulge my laziness. I use Rever, but have found a great gpx file of a route goin up and down the huge east coast of Australia via different (mapped) routes. But Rever won't open it as it can't read multiple routes. So what android route planning software would read this file?
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  2. Suncoaster

    Suncoaster Long timer Supporter

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    Have you tried Osmand ?
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  3. plumer1kt

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    I made three routes and uploaded to oruxmaps.
    At any time i can choose what route to follow while the others are still visible.
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    I can also select the colors of the other routes.
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  4. levain

    levain STILL Jim Williams Supporter

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    Locus pro showing 100+ tracks and points at once

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    wbbnm Long timer

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    I have done this with both Locus and Osmond. Osmond used to seem to combine all the tracks into one. Locus keeps them separate. This may have changed or I might have been wrong from the start.
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  6. DRTBYK

    DRTBYK All Things GPS Supporter

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    OSMAnd still combines multiple GPX Tracks in a single file. You have to have one GPX Track in a single file in order to avoid this ridiculous feature.

    There is also Guru Maps Pro.
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