Time for a tune-up! We've made some under-the-hood improvements to keep things running smoothly. Happy planning!
Time for a tune-up! We’ve made some under-the-hood improvements to keep things running smoothly. Happy planning!
Time for a late summer tune-up! We’ve greased the wheels and checked the engine for iOS 14. Happy travels!
Time for a summer tune-up! In this update, we’ve improved performance and made some behind-the-scenes changes to how places are saved for offline use. Happy planning!
We've made some under-the-hood changes to improve our login experience and make things more secure. Happy planning!
We’ve heard your requests: Roadtrippers now supports landscape orientation on iPad! Give it a spin and get started on your next adventure today!
Time for a tune-up! We’ve squashed some pesky bugs to keep your road free of bumps. Happy planning!
We’ve taken a fresh look at the size and colors of our text so that everything is a little more legible and easier to read (thanks for your feedback!). Happy travels!
New Jersey is the only state in America where you can’t legally pump gas for yourself. Want to hear something a bit more useful? This update makes it easier than ever to find information about the places you want to go, such as parking availability, wheelchair access, and so much more. We also made this information available when you're offline, and reduced the app's size to give you back some bytes. Happy planning!
New Jersey is the only state in America where you can’t legally pump gas for yourself. Want to hear something a bit more useful? In this update, we’ve made it easier than ever to find information about the places you want to go, such as parking availability, wheelchair access, and so much more. We also wiped some pesky bugs off of the windshield. Happy planning!
State Route 164 (also known as the Joshua Tree Highway) is a beautiful and underrated stretch of highway that takes you from Nipton, California, to Searchlight, Nevada. Truly extraordinary places like this inspired our latest update, which highlights our favorite stops and can't-miss destinations across the country. Download this update and read our takes on what makes these places so amazing, then start planning your trip for the future.
Time for a tune-up! This update takes care of some things under the hood to keep the road trip planning app you know and love purring like a Studebaker.
There are over 18 million acres of state parks in America, and we can help you visit every single one of them… or at least help you find one hidden in your neck of the woods. With the latest update, the map has the most popular places built in, so you'll always be a swipe and zoom away from discovering someplace new. Download to start exploring what's around you today!
Happy travels :)
It’s been proven that jet lag is worse when flying from west to east. This is precisely why you should always road trip.
And, if you’re planning to take an RV on your journeys, this update is for you! You can now connect your Roadtrippers account with your Togo ID at any time in your app settings. Happy travels!
In theory, this update leads to a life-changing, transformative experience. In reality, it adds Sign in with Apple support. But who knows? The universe works in mysterious ways. Happy travels!
Get your motor running
Head out on the highway
Looking for bug fixes?
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Happy travels :)
When asked how he felt about this app update, my five year old son replied with: “I love pizza.” Same, little one. I also love pizza... and that this update is packed with everything you need to keep planning trips and discovering amazing places on iOS 13.
"Fifty years from now, when you look back on your life, don't you wanna be able to say, I had the guts to get in the car?" - Sam Witwicky, Transformers
Fifty seconds or so from now, when you look back on installing this update, you'll be able to say you have the latest version of Roadtrippers packed with better Roadtrippers Plus onboarding and some UX improvements.
Hodophile (noun), lover of roads; One who loves to travel. Also, one who loves Hodor, from Game of Thrones. If that bit of knowledge didn't excite you, then hopefully this update will.
The Roadtrippers Navigation Beta has arrived! Now, you can navigate to your next stop without ever leaving the app; opt in or out whenever you like in the app settings. Expect many more updates to the Roadtrippers Navigation experience in the near future.
It’s true what they say, life begins at the end of your comfort zone…and after you download this app update.
This update includes performance improvements to sharing and bug fixes.
Some live their life a quarter mile at a time. Others, one cross-country trip at a time. We think your choices for Roadtrippers Plus should be just as flexible! This update brings monthly plans, so users can choose to pay monthly or annually for the best suite of trip planning tools. Sign up for Roadtrippers Plus today!
The world is a book and those who do not travel, or download this app update, read only a page. And if you ever wanted to read a book in reverse, or duplicate it, or...well, book metaphors aren't exactly our thing, but trip planning is!
With a single tap, trips can now be made into a round trip, duplicated, reversed, and re-routed.
Before sending you off, we also tuned up some things under the hood. Happy reading and travels!
Jobs fill your pocket. Adventures fill your soul. This app update fills up the tank of imagination and wipes away some pesky bugs on the windshield. Happy travels!
In the end, we regret the chances we didn't take… and the apps we didn't update. Like this one which makes the photo gallery more stable and easier to use.
This release contains a small update to the trip planner to ensure users without Roadtrippers Plus know the maximum number of waypoints allowed for their trip (7). For trips already over this limit, users without Roadtrippers Plus are still able to view the itinerary, see the trips on the map, and add dates or waypoint notes without removing any waypoints. Please note that removing waypoints from an existing trip that's longer than 7 waypoints won't allow you to add in new waypoints without upgrading to Plus.
"The world is a book, and those who do not travel, or download this app update, read only a page." So let's read what's inside!
We tweaked some things under the hood to make loading trips even faster!
Roadtrippers Plus is now required to invite trip collaborators and create trips with more than 7 waypoints. Existing collaborative and 8+ waypoint trips will still be accessible from your account.
Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions.
As Confucius once said, "Wherever you go, go with all your heart… and remember to update your Roadtrippers app." He was so wise.
This update allows businesses to claim their listings. Any place that has been claimed will show a checkmark by the name, letting you know that all of the information has been verified by the owner.
Take only memories, leave only footprints, and download this app update.
This update includes improvements to the map experience and makes logging in easier.
Not all who wander are lost... because they’ve downloaded the latest Roadtrippers app update.
This update allows you to long-press on the map to drop a pin anywhere in the world. From there you can either add the location to your active trip, start a brand new trip, or begin navigation.
We’ve also made it easier to manage your Roadtrippers Plus subscription in the app’s settings.
A journey of a thousand miles starts with this app update.
This update allows you book campground stays with our friends at KOA.
This update provides some very minor performance enhancements to sharing, that no one in the office except Chris was excited about. Classic Chris.
It’s a chilly December morning. The house smells of coffee and cookies, the pear trees are full of partridges, and there’s a Die Hard marathon on tv. Now, just imagine seeing the joy on a child’s face when they download this app update. The pure glee when they realize they can now flag problems with a POI; the sense of awe as they get alert messages when a POI is closed, or on private property, or experiencing hazardous conditions; And the wonder in their eyes as bug fixes magically transform their user experience. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year for a holiday road trip (and this app update).
It’s Thanksgiving, and your survivalist Uncle Gerry is pitching you on his bunker timeshare business, which is “definitely not a pyramid scheme.” You question if the secret ingredient in crazy Aunt Sarah’s pumpkin pie is, in fact, human tears. And on a tryptophan-induced vision quest you decide to update your Roadtrippers app and learn that just a couple miles away there’s a replica of Stonehenge made entirely out of foam. Score!
This release includes fixes for a few small text and image display bugs.
5 out of 4 “doctors” recommend using Roadtrippers to find unique and amazing places on the road.
This release includes updates to support faster, more stable trip routing and resolves a bug where dragging a waypoint in the trip planner could keep your trip from updating.
If you’ve ever seen the movie Contact, you know what it’s like to have 2.5 hours of your life stolen from you. Don’t be a statistic, download this app update and savor every minute we have on this beautiful blue planet.
This update focuses on performance improvements and bug fixes, most noticeably addressing incorrect text sizes on the new Apple Watch sizes and button style inconsistencies.
The year was 1999. Russian defector Yekaterina Petrovna Zamolodchikova planned to become the first woman to drive solo across America. She did, and no one cared.
Unbeknownst to her, roughly 90 years earlier, Alice Huyler Ramsey had won acclaim as the first woman to make the transcontinental trip solo. And like, loads of other women have followed her since.
If only Yekaterina had updated her Roadtrippers app, she'd have learned all about Alice Ramsey and her epic American odyssey.
This version of Roadtrippers makes authentication more secure, fixes an issue where images would sometimes fail to load on Trip Guides, and adds support for our brand new homepage!
No one actually knows why you drive on a parkway and park in a driveway. It makes absolutely no sense. But what does make a lot of sense is this latest Roadtrippers app update, which will allow you to sign up or sign in with your Togo account.
With Mars in retrograde until the 27th, now is the time for meaningful introspection, avoiding risky investments, and thinking about how you plan to change the world. It is also a pretty good time to update your Roadtrippers app, to improve battery life.
Sometimes you love a place so much that you always want to be there. You're always looking at pictures and telling your friends about that time you DEFINITELY saw Nicolas Cage there. You saved this place on Roadtrippers for easy access to your happy place.
Our last update caused the app to crash for you and you thought this was because your love was *that* strong. That was actually our fault... fortunately, this update fixes a crash related to opening your saved places. Who were we to stand in the way of your love?
(P.S. Please tell Mr. Cage to return Anna's calls when you see him again.)
Did you know that for every mile you drive, you extend your life by one hour? Well, I’m no scientist, but that sounds about right to me. While that may or may not be true, it is definitely true that this app update will:
◦ Try to keep your trip active for longer in between app opens
◦ Update the image gallery to remove some repeated images
◦ Address an infrequent app crash when the app uses your current location
Hakuna Matata didn't always mean "No worries." In fact, its original meaning roughly translated to: "Remember to check your carburetor before a long drive." So, you should probably do that, and download this latest app release, which fixes some bugs and improves performance.
The 1986 class of the Navy's elite flight school, Top Gun, is known for producing skilled fighter pilots like Maverick and Iceman. But there was another famous graduate that year: Lawrence van der Pimple, who left the Navy with full honors and a couple of Purple Hearts. Rather than become a commercial pilot, he traded in his flight wings to became the first American to ride a Segway cross-country. While that story isn't entirely factual, this app update will in fact fix a couple nasty bugs.
There comes a time in everyone's life when they ask three important questions: 1.) Should I take the scenic route? 2.) Should I see a doctor about this itch? and 3.) Should I download this Roadtrippers app update to fix a few bugs? The answer to these questions is always, yes. Absolutely. Do it. Especially that itch, dude.
What has two metaphorical thumbs and supports road trip planning in Canada? This app! Say what?! That's right, Roadtrippers is super excited to announce you can now plan road trips in Canada! How's that for some good news, eh?! So, go ahead and grab a double double (that's Canadian-speak for a Tim Horton coffee with 2 creams, 2 sugars) and start planning some epic Canadian road trips!