Navigate Optimized Routes on Google Maps with iOS Route Planner
Route4Me uses advanced algorithms that allow you to easily plan the most time-efficient and cost-effective routes. With Route4Me’s iPhone Route Planner, you can effortlessly plan the most efficiently optimized routes and then navigate them in near real-time using various third-party navigation applications such as Waze App, Google Maps, Apple Maps, CoPilot, and more. To use Google Maps for navigating your Route4Me routes, make sure that the Google Maps application is installed on your iPhone.
Below, you can learn how to get Google driving directions on iPhone route planner app. Additionally, learn how to get Google driving directions when planning delivery routes on the Google Maps route planner.
Google Maps Route Planner Navigation
To get Google Maps driving directions from your current location to a destination on the optimized route, first, open the route that you want to navigate. To do so, go to “Routes” from the navigation menu, tap on the “Open Route” button next to the route that you want to open, and then tap “Yes” when prompted.
Send Route4Me Destinations to Google Maps Route Planner
The Route4Me iPhone app works with Google Maps on a stop-by-stop basis, allowing you to get Google Maps driving directions for visiting one route stop at a time. To send Route4Me destinations to Google Maps Route Planner, tap on the route stop to which you want to navigate, select “Send to Navigation App” from the menu and then select Google Maps from the list.
Route4Me Routes Google Maps Route Navigation
Alternatively, tap on the steering wheel icon next to the stop to which you want to navigate from your current location and then select Google Maps from the list. After that, you can navigate the routes Google Maps will produce.
Navigate Routes on Google Maps Route Planner
After that, you can navigate to Route4Me destinations using the Google Maps Route Planner. Google routing works on a stop-by-stop basis, permitting you to use Google Maps for navigating to one route stop at a time. Thus, after visiting a route stop, send the location of the next stop to the Google Maps app accordingly. In this way, you can easily navigate the routes Google Maps Route Planner produces for each destination.
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