inRoute version 3.5 has been released, with a new custom route feature, bookmark enhancements, and more!
• Customize routes – Go your way! A new ALT button on map pins enables you to view available alternates for each leg of your route. Using inRoute’s data charts, you can select the best route for you according to the alternate’s weather, elevation and/or curviness.
• Bookmark updates – Create folders and organize your bookmarked routes and places. Select multiple bookmarked places, or entire folders, to add to the map at once.
• Walking route speed – Using inRoute’s walking routes for cycling or running? You can now override the default average speed for more accurate travel time and weather estimates.
• Performance updates, icon revision, and bug fixes
inRoute version 3.1 has been released, featuring a new iOS 8 app extension, layover improvements, new Agenda Nav controls, ability to add notes to map places, and much more!
• New inRoute app extension for iOS 8 is the easiest way to import addresses into inRoute. Just tap the Share icon from any webpage or Notes and the inRoute extension will find the page’s addresses! To install, tap the “More” icon on the second row of the share screen.
• Optimized for iPhone 6/6 Plus
• New Agenda Nav controls to improve navigating routes in Apple Maps, Google Maps, Waze, or TomTom. You can now send again, or skip, any location in your agenda.
• Notes field on map pins, including support for links and phone numbers
• Layover times can be set based on departure time from the waypoint, e.g. 7 a.m. after staying for 2 days
• Layover times as long as 14 days
• Landscape mode now also available for iPhone
• “Hide steps” option for turn-by-turn directions is now available when sharing by email or printing
• Support for GPX or KML import with >25 locations (import locations to map only)
• Overwrite option when saving a bookmark with the same name
• Import from CSV allows using the first column as the pin name
• Interface polish, stability improvements, bug fixes
inRoute version 3 is here, updated for iOS 8, and ready to not only plan your next route, but help navigate it too!
• New “Agenda Nav” feature allows route navigation in Apple Maps, Google Maps, Waze, and TomTom
• Updated for iOS 8
• Import a list of places from a text file or a spreadsheet in CSV format
• Alternate routes avoiding tolls and ferries are now shown, if available and timely
• Send routes to MapQuest.com for viewing in a browser
• “Hide steps” option under the List icon to show only a route summary
• Tap and hold to Copy place details like lat/long and address
• Search within Bookmarks
• App settings for units (km/miles and °C/°F), etc., accessible from Info icon (iOS 8 only)
inRoute, the Intelligent Route Planner for the iPhone and iPad, has gone 2.0 with a host of new features designed to help plan your trips for the new season:
• Sync bookmarked routes and places between devices via iCloud
• Add layover times to waypoints
• Waypoints pins are numbered by their order in the route
• Two new route search options—search along route every x miles/km, or search x miles/km from a place. For example, search for ‘gas’ every 200 miles
• Severe weather alerts along route on weather charts (currently for US and UK areas)
• Sunrise/sunset times shown on all charts
• Elapsed time option on all charts
• Tracking button allows Overview mode, Turn-by-turn directions list, and charts to update with your location
• Quick and easy “Getting Started” tutorial
• Reverse route option
• Improvements to Navigon integration
• Tapping a chart shows corresponding location on the map
• Bookmarked route names now used for turn-by-turn lists and exported GPX files
• GPX files include route in detailed “track” format for nav software without routing support (e.g. MotionX GPS)
• Map pin ETAs are calculated from the route “Start”
• Map pin details show URL for search results, and company name for contacts
• Cancel option when optimizing waypoint order
• Added French localization
Note: inRoute’s interface has changed since this guide was written. For an up-to-date tutorial, tap the “More” button at the bottom of inRoute’s map, then “Tutorial” (on a Mac, see the Help menu).
Welcome! This is the first in a series of guides for our recently released app inRoute. While later guides will cover more specific use cases and advanced features, this guide is a general overview of inRoute’s interface and operation. You can click the first image and use the image browser to step through the photos/captions, or just scroll through the guide below.
inRoute, the Intelligent Route Planner for the iPhone, has been redesigned for the iPad and is available today! As a Universal app for the iPad and iPhone, any purchases made from the iPhone after our v1.0 release will also be available for free from the iPad. We’ve also made several refinements to the app’s interface (and squashed some bugs), so head on over to the App Store to get the update.
Carob Apps is proud to announce the release of a new route planning app, inRoute-Intelligent Route Planner, for the iPhone and iPod Touch! inRoute will be rolling out onto App Stores worldwide beginning Friday, so go grab yours and please do let us know what you think.