Good news for iOS users. Specifically I'm thinking of SAR / Search and Rescue people, but this would apply to anyone. iOS 13 lets you transfer data to a computer via a flash drive, and then from there to a computer.
It takes a couple of steps, but isn't hard to do. From Gaia you select the waypoint/track you want to move and Export it to the Files app on your iPhone. Plug in the flash drive (formatted so a PC can read it) and you can move the file from Files to the flash drive. From there it can be transferred to a computer.
This works with both PC and Mac, but going from iPhone to Mac I think Airdrop is easier.
Addendum. (Few hours later). I used a lightning/SD card adapter and had no problems getting the file onto the SD card. However, using a lighting flash drive hasn't worked as well--not recognized by the Files app. Looking on Google and Youtube, it seems that most people are using a lighting/USB adapter and then Files does recognize the flash drive.
If anyone finds a lightning flash drive that can be plugged in directly, please chime in.
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