This page gives you an overview and an introduction to RouteYou and the RouteYou.com website.
Goals of the site
- RouteYou allows you to find and explore (check out this example) recreative routes for cyclists, hikers, motorbikers, tourists,... so you can explore/follow these routes in the real world afterwards by means of a map print or a GPS download.
- RouteYou provides you many options to take that digital route and get to the real world and "execute" the route, using
- a simple print
- a download on your gps
- a download on your smartphone
- RouteYou also allows you to create your own route using our RoutePlanner, or upload a route you tracked with a gps . And enrich it with lot's of info using Points of Interest (read about the POI-PUSH )
- RouteYou allows you to share routes (with your club/organization/friends) and interact with users of the route, using
- social media (simple shares on Facebook, Twitter, ...)
- plugins on your own website
- comments on the routes
To get a step by step training, check out this link.
Goals of RouteYou
- Everybody likes to make a walk cycling tour, motortrip,... but it's not always obvious to know which are the nicest or most interesting roads to travel.
- RouteYou provides the solution to plan your recreational tour on websites and/or on GPS devices as a cyclist, hiker, tourist, inline skater,...
- We don't send you along the shortest or fastest roads but guide you along the most interesting or nicest paths.
- Once planned, you can print your tour or let your GPS/mobile device guide you.
- You can also share your trip on our community website RouteYou.com, on the website of your organisation or put it on your personal blog.
- You can even provide a completely tuned routeplanner on the website of your organisation. Check out this example.
- We provide these functionalities to third parties (e.g. tourist organisations), offering a completely integrated solution in their websites.
- GPS & moble device providers can also make use of our data and routing services
- RouteYou offers also its community platform for organisations as an advertisement platform. Read more here.
Introduction by example
- Explore a route with the RouteViewer: Look at this example.. Click on the POIs to see the extra inforamtion.
- Download the route as a print: This is an example od a detailed map print, including POIs. You can find more information here how to adapt the print.
- Download the route as GPS track: After selecting the download button, you get to the product page (this is an example), where you can select one of the options to download the route on the GPS
- Show the route on your own website or blog: Here is an example (scroll down to the middle of the page). Read here how you can do this.
- Plan and create your own route. Read here more about it
Check this link to get a training on how to do all this. Check also the Marketing Page