Route4Me Route Planner

Route4Me Route Planner

By Route4Me Inc

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2010-01-11
  • Current Version: 7.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 65.87 MB
  • Developer: Route4Me Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 3
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From 1,725 Ratings

Description

Do you like being late to appointments, work, or any other place you have to visit? Do you like driving to one part of town, only to go back where you came from 20 minutes later? It doesn't matter if you're self-employed, work for a small business, or a big company, the time you're wasting is YOURS. Route4Me is trusted by over 1,000,000 users worldwide, along with many UPS, OnTrac, and FedEx swing-drivers who love using Route4Me. Unlike OTHER route optimization navigation apps, Route4Me INSTANTLY re-sequences your ENTIRE route in the best order, so that you don't zig-zag across town. Add as many stops to your route as you want, hit Plan Route, and you instantly get an optimized route. Even IF your employer reimburses you for gas or per stop visited, use the time you save driving around for a longer lunch, get off work early, watch a movie, or spend time with your family. Our route optimizer will do that for you automatically. ---> DOWNLOAD ROUTE4ME FOR FREE NOW <---- Route4Me's Top 5 navigation app makes multi-destination routes quick and easy. Unlike most navigation apps, Route4Me gives you the most optimal route when you need to go more than one place. You will save many hours of your own precious time with our route optimizer. Our route planning app is perfect for the road warrior, real estate agents, deliveries, technicians, shuttles, van pickups, and all types of multi-destination routes. Enter addresses, zip codes, cities, states, coordinates, or airport codes and we will optimize the route for you. The route optimizer app lets you easily share your perfect routes with others. In seconds, see your routes on a map, and send it to free navigation apps like Google Maps, Apple Maps, or Waze. Reviews from the Experts ***YAHOO!*** Route4Me is an online service that tells you the most efficient route to complete all your errands; just put in the addresses, and let it work its magic. ***WALL STREET JOURNAL*** Route4me optimizes your route when traveling to multiple destination... Route4me claims that routes are usually 25-35% shorter after being optimized. ***CNN MONEY*** ...Instead of driving back and forth across town, or unknowingly taking the long way to run errands, you can map the fastest or shortest path with Route4Me. ***USA TODAY*** The app could be particularly helpful for small business owners who regularly make multiple deliveries in a single trip. ***BNET*** Need to visit our vendor and a few clients this afternoon? You could eyeball the map to pick the best route, or you could do it the scientific way. Here’s a Web site that will find the most efficient route to all your destinations quickly and easily — complete with driving directions. Flexible Account Types --------------------------- *Route4Me route optimizer is free for personal use for up to 10 routes per month. OR for Companies and Business Users *Link it to your existing Route4Me.com *Enjoy optimizing an unlimited number of routes of any size for $9.99/month *No long term fees or setup costs! *We offer two packages for auto-renewable subscription: - $9.99/month or $79.99/year. - Subscription periods are 1 month or 1 year. Every 1 month or 1 year your subscription renews. - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. - You can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Note: when purchasing a subscription you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service which can be viewed by going to: http://route4me.com/tos.php Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Privacy: http://route4me.com/tos.php Refunds: No Partial Refunds Trial: 10 routes free per month

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Reviews

  • I love it!

    5
    By Abrolia
    I'm using this App for Iphone for about two years and I don't have any complain. :)
  • Doesnt work

    1
    By Masejr
    Downloaded, put in starting address and added stops and all I get is errors about not connecting to the server. Internet works on the phone
  • Best route app so far

    5
    By WaynEgatt
    I really love this app. I've used a few others and this is by far the best. I see my customers once a month so I can keep notes on this app about the route. Best route app I've found.
  • For companies with drivers

    3
    By MerlTheTwirl
    There are two problems with this app. First, customer support is non-existent. Second, if you are an insurance agent, real estate agent, or anyone else who wants to plan a route for yourself, this app won't work. It is aimed at someone who is doing route planning for multiple delivery drivers.
  • Hands down the best!

    5
    By Evangwal
    This is the best app if you have to create efficient, ever changing stops on routes. I love it on the iPhone and the iPad.
  • Wouldn't allow me to register

    1
    By Kirk Freeman
    I attempted to register, but the app wouldn't accept my email as valid. Tried multiple times, but each time it returned the same message.
  • Excellent!

    5
    By Nvcjgsxuyfbn
    Helps me plan my daily todo route so I don't waste time.
  • Mister real estate

    4
    By mister RE
    Great app. Fantastic way to create a tour. Could be a little easier to understand how to operate - but overall - very good
  • It's ok

    3
    By K9Transport
    Lost my Free part just trying to change END destination. Not sure how good it is BUT would like to see a more clear way to change END stop. I travel cross country delivering animals and need to be able to change my END location as my route changes.
  • Won't accept city name as a location. They're data mining!

    1
    By HeySamsungwhatgives
    Bad

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