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 100 locations with automatic severe weather alerts (alerts are currently available in US, Canada and UK areas)
• 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 100 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. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription 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.
The applications inRoute Route Planner was published
in the category Navigation on 2013-11-29 and
was developed by Carob Apps, LLC.
The file size is 31.77 MB.
The current version is 6.0.1 and works well on
9.3 and high ios versions.
- Bug fixes
• Custom Pin Colors: Easily identify your stops, search results and more
• Draw mode: Select multiple pins and set colors, add to route, save, clear
• iPad Enhancements: Split-view, external keyboard shortcuts to search, edit, save (hold the command key to show available commands in varying contexts)
• Insert in Order: Insert waypoints without needing to reorder after
• iOS 11 Features
- New pin style: More legible and shows pin name or address directly on map
- iPad drag-and-drop: Drop a pin from the Maps app or Contacts; import files (XLSX, GPX, KML) by dragging them from the Files app and Mail; drop a text list of addresses to create an optimized route.
• Faster elevation data
• Navigation improvements:
- In Landscape, both Time and Distance to next stop as well as the Destination are shown
- Less alerts to return to route when off-route
- New "Speech" options to disable playback over Bluetooth, or to play as a bluetooth phone call
- North-up setting is remembered
- Resuming along a route now shows next waypoint options with both their name and number
- Better handling of street abbreviations
- Change pin notes, color, and name during navigation mode
• Wind chart arrows now refer to the direction wind is blowing (up arrow for blowing North)
• "Next" button added when selecting alternates with the ALT button
• Increased max layover to 31 days
• Support for saving current location pin added
• Sharing improvements to 3rd party compatible apps
• Higher precision 6-decimal coordinates shown on map pin's details
I have been searching for an easier, more intuitive way to plan waypoint mapping for motorcycling. I tried this app x 1 and thought it was incredibly easy to use and export .gpx files.
I've been looking for a Trip Planning App like this for a while. Best since MS Maps and Trips. Just needs more work on Points of interest. Best trip planning app that I’ve seen on the App Store.
Great mapping program. Use it other to route trips. Gives you the ability to add stops along the way and choose routes.
The perfect navigation app for planning your route. I use it on my motorcycle for choosing the roads I want to ride. I have found none better.
I’ve been using inRoute for over a year now. I keep learning more about its capability’s each time. I like the way I can plot my own route instead of always heading down the toll road or interstate at 70 mph in bumper to bumper traffic. It really nice to slow down and see something along the way. One option it doesn’t have is to be able to avoid interstates or toll roads or even big cities with out having to plot the entire rout your self. It might take longer but it’s amazing what you might see along the way.
User for ~3 yrs. It’s reliable, with one exception. Often, when there is a street behind the location, which is not the street in the address, it will map you to the rear of the address instead of taking to the street the address is actually on. Frustrating, but not a dealbreaker for me.
I’ve used this program for quite a while now and have to say it is my go to for motorcycle routing. I’ve got a garmin on my motorcycle as well, but find route planning, especially on the fly, to be much easier with inRoute. Planning routes on my iPad and then using them to navigate with my iPhone while on the bike is ideal. The progress this app has made from the start is great, but there is room for improvement. I would like to see the controls onscreen bigger and more prominent while navigating a route. On the smaller screen of an iPhone it is sometimes difficult to see the information at a glance. An easier way to zoom out the route while riding would also be appreciated. Update to Review: Thanks for the reply on how to zoom in and out. I did not know that, but have now tried it and it works great! 5th star added 👍
I use it to plan motorcycle rides. It is the most awesome app, easy to use, and vary comprehensive route planner. I love this App!! Truly a must have!!!
I use this app everyday and saves me a bunch of time
I have been using it for a couple years to plan our various RV trips. I like that I can store several versions in the cloud and it will help me figure when I will arrive. The elevation and curviness features are also helpful
Once u want to start driving it is over they wanna charge u money ...just use google maps.
Useful for my motorcycle trips!!
In town I use it to route many stops then use Waze to give voice directions. Works every time. Easy to use and reroute stops. I use it to plan trips. Very helpful in determining travel time between locations.
This app is remarkable because of its ability to import AND export GPX files in iOS. As a cyclist, I use these to import them to my head unit, which is a gps unit (I use the wahoo ELEMNT bolt) that can then provide turn by turn directions, which is great for 30 + mile rides in unfamiliar territory. The unit also records power, speed, heart rate, pedal cadence and so on. So this app seemed like the perfect companion for that--because google has great cycling directions, but no waypoints and therefore no GPX export. Unfortunately, the app was thrown by my attempts to use a bike path that stretches for miles through a state park--and routed me out and back around the park to the other side via roadways. Such a bummer, because it is such a great app. Maybe the developer could add a feature to force connect two waypoints? Or add more off road info? I do appreciate the free trial--and would gladly pay for it if it was more cyclist friendly.
I have used many GPS units and navigation apps and this has been the best by far. Great routing and ability to customize the route by dropping pins is a big plus. Viewing the curviness and elevation of the route is great when planning a motorcycle ride. My GPS units have let me down and gotten lost, but InRoute has never failed to get me where I needed to go!
I liked that I could place multiple pins and alternate route plans, but when I went to navigate it became utterly useless. It simple does not work.
Great for guiding me through a day's work as a swimming pool cleaner!
I've used a number of navigation apps from the App Store, and I've found this app to be the easiest to use, and the most convenient, especially for planning routes with multiple waypoints, and saving a library of routes for quick access later. Navigation is very clear - bold directions step-by-step at the top of the screen, clear verbal directions, and the accuracy has been fine. Searching for addresses for waypoints and destinations, and building the route from them is quick and easy as well. I've used the app for a long trip into the Appalachian Mountains, and it was very satisfactory. I would highly recommend it!
I use this app in concert wit apple and google but this one is much more versatile. Only improvement for my use would be access to my address book
Works awesome! I'm on the road about 60,000 miles a year and this is my go to