inRoute Route Planner

Download inRoute Route Planner for PC

By Carob Apps, LLC

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2013-11-29
  • Current Version: 6.4.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 52.91 MB
  • Developer: Carob Apps, LLC
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,525 Ratings

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inRoute Route Planner for PC Description

Plan optimal routes or chart your own course using weather, elevation, curves and more. Then navigate safely with voice-guided, turn-by-turn directions that automatically check your route for severe weather. Test all features free for 7 days. ***As seen on the TODAY show in the Traveling This Summer segment*** “adding to both the safety of the ride and the pleasure of knowing beforehand what to expect” - Florin Tibu, “autoevolution” “I used InRoute for planning six world record attempts. No weather app gives you more information, period.” - Carl Reese, Multiple World Record Holder Key Features (some require in-app purchase--see below): • Voice guided navigation of up to 150 locations with automatic severe weather alerts (alerts are currently available in the US, Canada, and EU) • Optimize waypoint order for fastest time, or manually reorder • Import from XLSX, GPX and KML files • Create custom routes based on weather, elevation and curviness, or build your own route from available alternates on each leg of a route • Interactive charts showing route elevation, curviness, weather (temperature, humidity, precipitation, wind speed/direction, severe weather alerts), and sunrise/sunset times • Search along a route—the whole route, every x miles/hours, or the next x miles/hours from a place—find gas, hotels, campgrounds or places to eat close to a route • Set Departure and Layover Times—weather forecasts, road conditions (e.g. congestion), and travel times accurately reflect conditions throughout the trip • Save your favorite routes and places, sync between devices, organize into folders, print via Airprint, and share with family and friends • Easily add places to the map using a Dropped pin, Search, or Contacts • Export routes to Apple Maps, Google Maps, Navigon, and Waze. Some apps use inRoute's "Agenda Nav" feature. See the in-app FAQ for more info • Export to GPS devices and apps compatible with GPX files • Routes are stored on your device so you can access them even if you lose connection The following are available after in-app purchase. - Add more than 5 places per route, weather and elevation charts/custom routes, voice navigation, iCloud sync, export, layovers, advanced route search - For additional details, see the in-app Upgrades screen Two purchase levels. Test 7 days for free. 1) inRoute Pro: $3.99 monthly, or $29.99 annually. Create routes with up to 150 locations and access all services. 2) inRoute Premium: $14.99 one-time purchase. Create routes with up to 25 locations and access all services. Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase. Note: Since continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life, inRoute will automatically shut down if you haven't used it in a while.

Reviews

  • The best route planning tool for iOS!

    5
    By Rambler358
    A slight learning curve but all nav apps I tried have some learning curve. I tried MyRoute-App, but this is much more flexible IMO. If you need a route planning app - this is the one to get! A couple enhancement wishes for the developer: - add a desktop or Mac app version. - add Apple CarPlay support. There's 2 additions would make inRoute unbeatable - thanks for a great app!
  • Great Route Planning Tool

    5
    By R-Duke
    I started using inRoute a year ago when I routed and rode a motorcycle on a 17 day, 6,000 mile ride. At the time I purchased the lower pin drop app (25), which was enough. Now, I upgraded my purchase to give me 150 pin drops, because I’m planning two rides. I’ve got both loaded and ready to go, complete with gas, lunch and hotel stops. The first trip is a 5,200 mile ride and later this year a 6,200 mile ride. There was a glitch in finding gas stations and hotels along the route two weeks ago. Rob with customer service (via email) was very prompt to reply and discovered it was an Apple issue with Apple Maps, which I guess is the base of what inRoute is built on. Rob stayed with it, stayed in communication and offered suggestions while we were waiting for Apple to fix their problem, which they finally did. Thanks Rob for staying with it and for your very prompt attention and replies, even late at night. Bottomline, I highly recommend the inRoute app.
  • Wanted to Like the App

    1
    By JoJoP40
    I was very excited, purchased the upgrades and started planning routes for great surface roads that add various amounts of time to dinner trip drives. The fun curvy roads are well worth the 10 min to 1/2 hour longer trip time rather than sitting on the expressways. However, the app locks up and tells me to go X number of feet to the starting point. The screen locks and the only way to correct it is to double tap the home button and swiping the app closed. I tried reopening and restarting but it keeps locking. After 3 tries I quit and just hit the pointer icon to center the map on me. I followed my plot manually but the app really isn’t working. It too difficult for use to make good use of curvy roads in a fun vehicle. Sharing with Waze worked great for the 1st segment, but then it stoped and wanted to reroute me BACK to waypoint 1. I think it needed an ok somehow to load the second waypoint. Something flashed on the screen but it was gone too quickly to know what it said. On curvy fun roads I don’t have time to babysit the app. It needs to keep up. Maybe there’s a way to have it advance without a user prompt ? That should be the default if there is... It looks good, planning is good, I can move routes between devices easily. But once in the car, on twisty roads, it crashes... Too bad... I wanted to really like this app. Edit: Thanks for the reply. I started the app both before I was on the route and while driving along the start of the route. So both before the start point and then before waypoint 1... sometimes it starts. It has locked up several times. Most importantly it locks when I was in the fun car were I don’t have time or room to keep looking away from the road long enough to figure out what’s happening. It says go X feet to start... and I am already past that point and on the exact route planned. The screen locks. Only swiping it closed allows any access. I have no idea what flashed when I shared the route with Waze. But after waypoint 1 Waze kept trying to take me back to that waypoint. I want to like this. But it needs to be invisible other than giving me route instructions. Seems it works for others. I’d like to use it.
  • Saved my job

    5
    By Duoh Tlas
    I started working a paper route, but i have a naturally TERRIBLE sense of direction - especially in the pitch black of early mornings. This app is incredible. It has better accuracy than google maps, and barely takes up any data. It gives clear and concise directions, and the voice repeats exactly what you name the waypoints which is vital for me especially. This app has saved me incredible amounts of stress and pretty much saved my job. I don’t know what i’d do without it.
  • Cannot customize route

    1
    By nonickmanesavailable
    App won’t let you customize the route
  • A great app for my work

    5
    By spraytech72
    Having the ability to plot so many stops and have them routed efficiently is a tremendous help and time saver. Make sure you turn off the optimization because it will change things up as you go.
  • Wonderful Route Planning App

    5
    By The Rogue Ninja
    I’ve tried many route planning apps over the years and inRoute is by far the best I’ve experienced - I say this after using it for about 10 miles. It’s simple to use, it’s never once crashed or frozen on me while I’m riding, and it’s completely hands-free during navigation. If you’re looking for a full featured, intuitive app to plan your two-wheeled adventures, this is it.
  • Worthless App

    1
    By Impressed0418
    Unable to drop pins
  • Family Sharing, not quite

    1
    By Josh_KY
    App says it supports family sharing but it does not. You are forced to purchase for every family member. False advertising. To add additional comments in response to the developer comments (which are appreciated): 1. Without going into detail, if you wanted to allow for sharing of the paid version, there are many technical solutions to be able to do this. 2. If you never had intention to allow sharing of paid benefits, might I suggest you remove the “Family Sharing” compatibility from your “free” app, unless the goal is to cause confusion amongst consumers.
  • Yes! Exactly what I was looking for.

    5
    By MikeNick33
    I have tried a two different routing apps in the past and I have to say this one has all of the features I was looking for. I was specifically looking for an app with the ability to move onto the next waypoint without any user interaction and this does just that. Working for a large parcel company, this app really comes in handy and maximizes efficiency on the road. It lets you know the distance to your next stop, as well as total distance to your ending stop-which is really great for planning your day. The price you pay for the features you get is beyond worth it.

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