Routely‪℠‬ 4+

Know How You’re Driving


    • Free

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Simply open the app* to monitor your trips and driving data. You can review detailed maps of individual trips to understand how far and how often you're driving.

Routely does all the work for you, so you can keep your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road.

While running in the background or when a trip is in progress, Routely’s battery usage is similar to other navigational apps.

Keep up with how you are driving by using Routely.

*Activation codes are provided, via text or email by your insurance provider

What’s New

Version 3.3.4

- Improvements for Trip Recording on iOS 15

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
914 Ratings

914 Ratings

Nikis 1 ,

Normal braking keeps recording as event.

When leaving my home, I must travel on a 4 lane divided road with numerous stop lites. The speed limit is 45 MPH. When the lite turns yellow, I stop instead of running the lite. Invariably, your app shows an excessive braking event. Virtually all of my events occur on this same stretch of road and involves stopping for a lite that has turned yellow while I am stopping rather than running the lite. You need to re-evaluate your program calibration.
You also need to add golf carts to your options as I ride mine almost daily, and have to select OTHER to accurately show my trips.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for all this feedback! We will take it into consideration as we are always looking to improve the app.

123453556712333 ,

Frustrating flaws

I have to start with saying that I think most insurance companies will be moving in this direction. My biggest frustration is that it does not do a good job telling if I am a passenger or not. I constantly have to go into the app and make changes. It would be great if you could log in as a driver before a drive. Make it so you have to log a certain number of drives a month. The other really big one for me is that speeding. Not that I do speed, but there are a couple places on my drive that says the speed limit is 45, when I am still on the freeway and the speed limit is 60. The other is on the drive to my kids school that is 55 most of the way. Some place in the middle of that it says the speed limit drops to 35 and it does not. I’ll own it if I really am speeding, but it bugs me to do much that I’m getting dinged for something that isn’t true. I wish they had a place on their app to report issues like this. You know click on your event and report an issue. I would change it to a 4 star if that could happen.

Update! Down to one star. So the off ramp counts as a 35 mph zone!!! Are we supposed to slow down while still on the freeway? That seems more dangerous than following the rules of the road. Isn't the point of an off ramp to gradually slow down.
This needs to be fixed.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback, it helps us to make improvements in the future!

shadowXe123 ,

A few more tweaks needed.

A few instances where the app doesn’t know wether the driver is actually distracted or not. For instance when your phone falls off the phone holder and the screen is unlocked because you’re using the GPS, your fingers will interact with the screen and set off the event mid catch. Or if the phone is unlocked playing music and someone texts you, and regardless if you react to the message or not, the app assumes you’re distracted.

Would like to have these small things refined so I don’t have to claim passenger seat for these small instances. As long as I’m not sending out a message, or on a phone call, it shouldn’t be assumed that I’m distracted. The gps is to let me know of the speed limit because the speed limit fluctuates a lot where I live.

I try my best to be the safest driver on the road because my PTSD is bad enough from deployment I don’t need car accidents to add to it or trigger me. Especially since insurance is expensive enough for the younger groups.

Hopefully this catches someone’s eye, and can be proactive about tweaking the app to be more user friendly.

App Privacy

The developer, ARITY, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Identifiers

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  • Diagnostics

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