The best QSO Mapping apps will help you represent your contacts on a world map, and to share them with your fellow hams.
Thanks to free on-line geo mapping tools, it is now possible to create a map of your contacts. Several applications offered to the amateur radio community by talented developers are now available on-line. Almost all of these tools are based on grid square locators conversion algorithm, external mapping services such as Google maps API integration and often require a standard ADIF or EDI logbook file as input.
Here are some of the most interesting resources available on the web.
A web site offering a QRZ.com integrated mapping service. Allows creating a google map of your QSOs adding a list of QSOs manually or importing an ADIF log file. Registration and a QRZ.com account is required. (by N9MS)
With this tool it is possible to create QSO maps overlay on Google maps there each QSO get a line from the home location to each DX location. An EDI logbook file is used as input. The creation will only use complete locator in the 6 characters format. (by SM7LCB)
Web based Amateur Radio Log Analyzer display qso map based on uploaded log, support ADIF Cabrillo REG1TEST-Edi and STF-Logfile format Publish statistics broken by QSO7h Squares, fields or DXCC. (by DL4MFM)
Create an on-line QSO Map of your contacts submitting a simple EDI contest log file. The EDI file must contain locators, the app will create a nice map based on google maps engine. Map will be saved online and the resulting url can be easily shared on social networks. (by UT4UKW)
LogView is a free post-contest log-visualisation tool, for analysing contest performance. It plots the QSOs in a Cabrillo-format contest-log on to one
of 8 different maps by finding the position of each QSO from an online database of about 970,000 W/VE callsigns. (by EI8IC)
This web application will read in a ham radio ADIF file produced by many logging programs and map contacts on a Google map. This simple tool converts also the log file into a KML file that can be easily downloaded and imported into Google Earth for a tridimensional view of your QSOs. (by K2DSL)