Fast Route Planner (andÂ Fast Delivery Route) is designed to be used by drivers and travelers, or anyone else who has to call at multiple stops and needs a quick and easy planning tool to optimize the journey.
Unlike some other software that require you to spend time setting up and working out how you want to plan your route, Fast Route Planner just gets going. It detects your current position and sets that as your base or home.
Then tap the Find Address, and by entering just a few characters of the address, you can pick the location. When you do, the app is already working out the route and showing you the optimum path.
Enter the next destination, and the app re-checks and re-draws the optimum. Just keep adding more stops until you are done.
Then either review what you see and set off, or use the menu to show the route description and toggle the view to see turn-by-turn instructions. Or you can tap the marker for the first destination, and when the pop-up flag appears, tap it to Navigate to the destination, which will show and audibly describe turn for turn instructions.
When you’re all done, just tap Start Over and you are ready for your next journey!
Fast Route PlannerÂ comes with an 8 stop limit, but it can easily be upgraded to 25 or 50 stops per route, with unlimited routes.
Fast Route PlannerÂ is a Multiple Destination Route Planner for drivers using GPS equipped Android phones. With a simple user interface allows fast and easy planning of trips.
If you are a delivery driver, surveyor, sales representative, mobile carer, postman or any other traveler, you will know how important being able to quickly take a series of addresses and work out the optimum route. Fast Route PlannerÂ starts planning as soon as you enter the first stop. Give it a ‘Base’ address and you are set to start. As soon as you enter the first address, it shows the route to take; enter a second address and it optimizes both stops from your Base, with a round-trip back to Base.
Make your delivery jobs easier, get Fast Route PlannerÂ now.
Geocoding Courtesy of MapQuest