We have released the long-waited routes features to the iOS version and at the same time, the Android version has been updated. Now you will have:
- Heatmaps – View the most popular roads, trails and tracks anywhere by activity type.
- Route planner – Tap or draw on a map to create the perfect run or ride beforehand.
- Route follow – Follow your previous routes or try routes that your friends has created.
- Route export, import and sharing – Export your route as a GPX file to any GPX supporting device for example to your watch (Garmin, Suunto, Polar) or import your favourite route and share it with the world.
How it works for iOS
Go to the Map screen, then tap the three squares on top right corner. Select a heatmap for an activity type. Now you can see the most used paths and might also discover some hidden gems.
Go to the Map screen. Tap on the map to set a starting point. Tap the icon that has three lines. Select a routing that you want to use. Draw your route by tapping on the map until you are satisfied with your route. Tap the Done button, give your route a name and save it. You can also select heatmaps and browse most used paths and then draw a route top of the heatmap. Save it and try your new route later!
Start a new workout and tap the Routes icon. Select a route, adjust your activity type and press GO!
Route export & import
Go to the Map screen and press the three lines to see all your routes. Export your route by tapping the Share icon on the route. Select the device or channel you want to export. When you import a route from other services you can find it here at the Routes view.
How it works for Android
Go to the Explore screen, then Map tab, tap the three squares on top left corner. Select a Map type and Heatmap for an activity type. Now you can see the most used paths and might also discover some hidden gems.
Go to the Explore screen, then Routes tab, press Plan a route and then select from the bottom bar the routing mode. If you want to plan your route based on heatmaps tap the three squares on top left corner and select a heatmap for an activity type. Now tap the map at that starting point where you want to begin your route. Continue drawing your route and when you are happy with it tap the green button, give a name to your route and save it.
Go to the Explore screen, then Routes tab, select a route that you have saved and tap that green follow route button. Or Start a workout from the Home screen, tap the Follow route category, select a route, press continue and start. You can also browse publicly shared or your friends routes and try them by following the route.
Route export & import
Go to the Explore screen and tap that green plus icon to import your GPX route. To share your route, go to Routes screen and tap the white share icon top of the saved route.