Navigate Routes Using Third Party Navigation Apps – iOS

 

Route4Me uses advanced algorithms that allow you to easily plan the most time-efficient and cost-effective multi stop routes. With Route4Me Route Planner for iPhone, you can create optimized routes and navigate them in real-time using any of the supported third-party GPS navigation apps for iPhone such as Waze App, CoPilot, Apple Maps, and Google Maps. NOTE: Voice-guided navigation works on a stop-by-stop basis, and any third-party navigation applications should be installed separately.

 

To start the navigation on your iPhone, first, open the route that you want to navigate. To do so, on the Routes screen, tap on the route that you want to open and confirm when prompted.

Navigating Routes on an iPhone Using Third-Party Voice-Guided Navigation Applications

 

To start the navigation, tap on the steering wheel icon next to the stop that you want to visit first. Currently, Route4Me Route Planner for iPhone offers integration with four third-party GPS navigation apps for iPhone: Waze App, CoPilot, Apple Maps and Google Maps.

Navigating Routes on an iPhone Using Third-Party Voice-Guided Navigation Applications

 

Using Google Maps for Navigation on an iPhone

Make sure that Google Maps are installed on your iPhone. When prompted, select Google Maps from the list of suggested navigation applications. Depending on the stop that you choose on the Stops screen, Google Maps provide voice-guided navigation from your current location to the selected stop. NOTE: Google routing works on a stop-by-stop basis, allowing you to navigate from your current location to one route stop at a time.

Navigating Routes on an iPhone Using Third-Party Voice-Guided Navigation Applications

 

Using Apple Maps for Navigation on an iPhone

When prompted, select Apple Maps from the list of suggested GPS navigation apps for iPhone. Voice-guided navigation works on a stop-by-stop basis. Depending on the stop that you choose on the Stops screen, Apple Maps provide voice-guided navigation from your current location to the selected stop.

Navigating Routes on an iPhone Using Third-Party Voice-Guided Navigation Applications

 

Using Waze App for Navigation on an iPhone

Make sure that Waze App is installed on your iPhone. When prompted, select Waze App from the list of suggested GPS navigation apps for iPhone. Voice-guided navigation works on a stop-by-stop basis. Depending on the stop that you choose on the Stops screen, Waze App provides voice-guided navigation from your current location to the selected stop.

Navigating Routes on an iPhone Using Third-Party Voice-Guided Navigation Applications

 

Using CoPilot for Navigation on an iPhone

Make sure that CoPilot is installed on your iPhone. When prompted, select CoPilot from the list of suggested navigation applications. Voice-guided navigation works on a stop-by-stop basis. Depending on the stop that you choose on the Stops screen, CoPilot provides voice-guided navigation from your current location to the selected stop.

Navigating Routes on an iPhone Using Third-Party Voice-Guided Navigation Applications

 

Adjusting the Distance Units and Setting the Default Navigation App

To adjust the distance units and set the default navigation application on an iPhone, first, go to More from the navigation menu at the bottom of the screen, and then select Settings.

Navigating Routes on an iPhone Using Third-Party Voice-Guided Navigation Applications

 

Scroll down to the Distance Unit section and choose between Miles and Kilometers.

Navigating Routes on an iPhone Using Third-Party Voice-Guided Navigation Applications

 

Choosing the Default Navigation App

In the Default Navigation App section, select one of the applications that you want to be used by default when navigating your routes.

Navigating Routes on an iPhone Using Third-Party Voice-Guided Navigation Applications

 

 

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