Satellite Maps & Google Maps – Android Route Planner App

The satellite view enables you to get realistic, high-quality satellite images of various locations on the map. Accordingly, you can use the satellite map type to check how a particular site looks in real life, get an image overview of a specific area, etc. For this reason, Route4Me’s Android Route Planner app enables you to open planned routes and route stops on the in-app satellite map.

Furthermore, our route planner enables you to send route destinations to various third-party navigation apps. For example, you can open and navigate Route4Me routes using Google Maps, CoPilot, Waze App, Uber, etc. Thus, you can open and view your Route4Me optimized routes on satellite maps of other supported third-party navigation apps.



Android Route Planner Satellite View Maps

To open an optimized route on the satellite map, enable the satellite route view in your route planner settings. Go to “Settings” from the navigation menu. Next, scroll to the “Map Type” section. Finally, select the “Satellite” map type.

Enable the satellite map view for the route maps on your Route4Me Android Route Planner.


Next, you can open any route on your route planner in satellite map mode. Open any planned route on your route planner. Then, tap on the Map icon to open the selected route on the map. Accordingly, the app will open the selected route on the satellite route map.

Open planned route on the satellite map in your Android route planner app.


As shown below, Route4Me’s Route Planner displays the selected planned route on the map in satellite view. The route planner’s satellite map provides highly detailed satellite images of the given area on the route map. Additionally, you can zoom in and out on the map and rotate the map to get the preferred map angle.

View planned routes with the satellite map view on Route4Me's Android Route Planner app.


Google Maps Satellite View

Additionally, Route4Me’s Android Route Planner app enables you to navigate planned routes using third-party navigation apps. For example, you can navigate route planner routes using such apps as Google Maps, Waze App, CoPilot, Uber, etc. Furthermore, you can use the satellite view in any of the supported third-party navigation apps to open your Route4Me routes.

To open a route in Google Maps satellite view and navigate the route on the satellite map:

  1. Firstly, start the selected route on the Route4Me route planner app.
  2. Then, tap on the Navigation icon next to the route stop you want to send to the Google Maps app.
  3. Finally, select Google Maps from the list of all detected and supported navigation apps.

Navigate routes planned on the route planner app using the Google Maps navigation.


Next, enable the satellite map on Google Maps by tapping on the Map Options button and selecting the Satellite map type option. After that, you can adjust the Google Maps satellite map position and angle to your preference using touch gestures.

Open Google Maps route in satellite map view.


Google Maps Route Planner Satellite Navigation

Furthermore, the Google Maps app allows you to navigate route planner routes on the satellite map. To navigate Google Maps routes in the satellite view:

  1. First, open and start the preferred route.
  2. Then, send the selected route destination to the Google Maps app.
  3. After that, enable the satellite map type on Google Maps.
  4. Finally, start the Google Maps satellite navigation.

Open and navigate the planned route in Google Maps satellite view.



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Route4Me has over 35,000 customers globally. Route4Me's Android and iPhone mobile apps have been downloaded over 2 million times since 2009. Extremely easy-to-use, Route4Me's apps create optimized routes, synchronize routes to mobile devices, enable communication with drivers and customers, offer turn-by-turn directions, delivery confirmation, and more. Behind the scenes, Route4Me's operational optimization platform combines high-performance algorithms with data science, machine learning, and big data to plan, optimize, and analyze routes of almost any size in real-time.