I was working on a road trip from Cincinnati to Flagstaff and was trying to find some interesting stops along the way. Started browsing the Internet and came across this app called Roadtrippers. I must say this app is amazing. There is a light version but I decided to upgrade to the plus because you can add more stops to it. The app is very user-friendly and you can alter the route very easily. Highly recommended if you’re taking a trip and want to be able to find some interesting places along the way. Mike Shout, Ohio
Awesome addition for RV trip planning. Easy to use. “Points of Interest” along travel route provides lots of opportunities to visit unique places without deviating from planned destination.
I used to like this app, but now that the free version it limits you to only 7 stops, I’ll be deleting it.
I used Roadtrippers for my 3 week trip in Andalusia and loved it. In the middle of planning my trip through Turkey using the app, I see that I’m now limited to only 7 waypoints now. I’m not paying $30 a year for this service.
This app is amazing if you’re traveling across the country on world! It is chalk full of things to do and places to see. I am still in the planning stage for my cross country trip but this app will definitely help me to “stop and smell the flowers”.
Very hard to set up my trip. It doesn’t put destinations in the order given and won’t let me change it on the app. I have better luck on my computer but can’t use that while driving to these destinations.
Okay people, listen up. I used this app on a trip from California to NewYork City. I used it to plan the trip, and to explore interesting sites along the way. It was probably the best app I have ever used. Now, it took a little time to figure it all out, so practice a bit before you start. I did, and thought it was ok, but as I began to become more familiar with it, it became indispensable. Trust me. I paid nothing, but even though I have no plans to use it for a while, I am upgrading (yes, paying for it) to support the app designers. (I have never done that before).
Have used RT for cross-country trips. Nothing like it! Use it every time.
I have used Roadtrippers for years. It’s awesome.
You say you give 7 free waypoints, but you really only give 5 a start and end aren’t way points. Many people only go on one big trip every couple of years, you’re essentially charging $30 for one trip. NO ONE should pay $30 for one trip. Also, not impressed my your other bells and whistles.