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I’ve only used this route planner. I’m a delivery driver and I like that I can put in little descriptions for the address. So instead of looking for a box with a number among boxes with numbers, I can look for a “small isagenix” or “medium home chef”. That’s much easier. Sometimes the route planner doesn’t place the house where it is, this happens very infrequently. If it does, it’s within 5-10 minutes of where I am. It does crash after inputting so many addresses but I just pick up where I left off. I just wish that instead of using a drag and drop system for arranging the route the way I want, I could just number them myself. It’s a pain to drag stop #80 to stop #1. To keep doing that over and over can take a few minutes. But it saves me time on the drive so whatever. Last update helped with battery life and overall app response time.
This is an EXCELLENT Routing App. I thought I loved using "Multiplottr", until I started using "Route4Me". I have been using this now for a little over (2)+ years & have never needed to ask any questions on how to use it...extremely user-friendly without a doubt! It has saved me quite a bit of time when mapping out the daily route for my estimator/arborist for an extremely busy tree service company. On a typical day, I am having to route between 15–20+ addresses, and without "Route4Me", I would be spending hours & hours mapping & routing, which in turn, takes me away from my other job duties I could be doing. I would highly recommend this app to anybody that is having to drive around the city looking for multiple addresses on a daily basis. In my opinion, I gotta say...this IS, far the BEST routing app out there! The only negative thing I have to say about the app, is not being able to send the daily route to my estimator via text message (hopefully it’s in their near future plan/update). Other than that, I absolutely LOVE IT! Thank you Route4Me! 😊🤗
I haven’t moved from my location in the five minutes since I downloaded this app and I’m still trying to set up my first route, yet 8 of my 10 “free” routes for the month have already been used. ?????? Come on! I’m just trying to figure the best way to set the final destination for my hectic schedule through your interface! And I’m pretty certain the route I’m experimenting with at 5 am may change based on traffic later in the day. If this app works I would pay $10/month to use it for my kid’s carpools AND recommend it to everyone I know and post it to all the parenting info groups (carpooling chaos is no joke and parents will pay to make it easier!), but if you promise a free trial please give me a chance to use the route before you demand automatically recurring payments. I have been a GIS professional using mapping software for 20 years, so I know I’m not the only one who is going to have to tinker a bit to set up my first route. Adding a “Go” button to lock in a route or using location services to see if I’ve moved before counting an edit as a route could make me a lot less angry about this. Or just charge me up front with no free trial, but right now I feel cheated.
Couple irritants: The phone app disconnects and requires login information be re-entered .. for no apparent reason, several times each week. Then login info has to be entered by hand. It does it allow the iPhone to re-call your login info, nor does it give an option to login via Face ID. When you are on the road, having to type in login info is something that I like to avoid. Considering this app is designed for people on the road, you’d think this issues would be a priority to resolve. Also, as a note, the pricing structure for the use of the app is very greedy. I am a one man business. There is no low level pricing structure that seems fair for the little-bit that I use the app. The app is good and does what it advertises ... but for a little guy, it is expensive. Along that same line, I have not downloaded the desktop version because of cost. Again, the pricing is greedy.
This app is Awesome! I’m a Pest Control Tech. and the hardest part of my career is mapping out a route which I’ve been doing manually this whole time with Mapquest. It takes hours to map a route myself then I have to call and try to schedule them in the time I would like which doesn’t always happen due to their availability. Then I would have to update the route manually again and continue. This app has automated all of that for me so I can just call and schedule with people and when they need a different time I just continue down the line with the next closest person!!!!! This app saves me hours every day! I’m not exaggerating!!!!! What use to take my 4-5 hours a day is now 45mins-1 hour!!!!! Thank you so much for this app!!!!!
Developed by Route4Me Inc.
Route4Me Route Planner is ranking in Navigation & Productivity
Last update was at Dec 19, 2019and the current version is 10.61.
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Route4Me Route Planner have a 3 382a user reviews.
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