Planning a New Route on Your iPad

Route4Me’s iPad App is the best mobile route planner on the market that uses advanced algorithms for planning and optimizing your routes with the most time-efficient and cost-effective results. Route4Me takes care of all calculations and computing processes, delivering user-friendly tools for handling your routes on the go providing more flexibility for your business activities. You can learn how to download and install the app on your iPad here.

 

To plan a new route on your iPad, first, go to “Routes” from the navigation menu at the bottom of the screen. Then, tap on the plus icon in the top right corner of the screen.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

Specifying the Route Settings

In the “Route Name” section, type the name of the new route into the corresponding field.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

In the “Route Schedule” section, input the start date and time for your route.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

First, select the preferred date of the route’s start from the calendar and tap “Done.”

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

After that, select the preferred time of the route’s start from the calendar and tap “Done” to finish.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

Adjusting the Optimization Type

In the “Optimization Type” section, select one of the preferred optimization types:

  • – Roundtrip: The route is optimized by Route4Me and ends at the same stop where it starts;
  • – Lock Last Destination: The route is optimized by Route4Me and ends at the last stop on the route;
  • – End Anywhere: The route is optimized by Route4Me and ends at any stop that is the most efficient in terms of  time and distance;
  • – Disable Optimization – Roundtrip: The route is not optimized and ends at the starting stop on the route. When disabling the optimization, you can manually adjust the sequence/order of stops on the route;
  • – Disable Optimization – End Anywhere: The route is not optimized and ends at any stop. When disabling the optimization, you can manually adjust the sequence/order of addresses on the route.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

The “Optimization For” section allows you to plan the route based on the shortest distance or time as well as the shortest time with the current traffic.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

Depending on the location of your route and particular needs of your business, you can plan routes that are computed taking into account the most efficient roads for “Driving” or “Walking.”

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

To finish and apply the selected route settings, tap “Done” in the top right corner of the screen.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

Adding Stops to the Route

Once you adjust the route settings, you need to add addresses to the route. To add addresses to the route, tap on the “Set Your Departure Adress” to add the starting stop for the route. Alternatively, tap on the plus icon in the top right corner of the screen.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

Route4Me’s iPad App provides multiple options that allow you to easily upload addresses for planning and optimizing your routes. You can add addresses manually,  from your Route4Me Address Book, contacts on your iPad, upload a spreadsheet, etc.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

Planning  and Optimizing the Route the Route

Once you added the addresses to the route, tap “Plan Route” to finish planning the route.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

Finally, tap “Confirm” when prompted to optimize the route and get the most efficient sequence of stops.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

Once the route is planned, you can adjust its settings.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

The planned and optimized route is displayed in your Routes List on the “Routes” screen respectively.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

To start navigating  the planned route, tap on the steering wheel icon next to the stop from which you want to start.

Planning a New Route on Your iPad

 

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