Roadtrippers - Trip Planner

Roadtrippers - Trip Planner

By Roadtrippers

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2014-11-25
  • Current Version: 4.5.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 98.65 MB
  • Developer: Roadtrippers
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 18,512 Ratings


The only map built for travelers. Whether planning an epic cross-country road trip or a weekend escape, with Roadtrippers you're always 5 minutes away from something awesome. Discover millions of places, like local diners and quirky roadside attractions, or scenic points, national parks, and hotels. Plan trips directly from the app or on the web at, then share them with friends. Friends can add suggestions to your trip itinerary and travel with their favorite navigation app. Any trips you've saved or places you love will sync automatically across devices. For more great features try Roadtrippers Plus for $29.99 per year. This in-app purchase that will be applied to your iTunes account on confirmation. Subscriptions will automatically renew unless canceled within 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can cancel anytime with your iTunes account settings. Any unused portion of a free trial will be forfeited if you purchase a subscription. For more information, see our Terms of service and Privacy Policy. Terms of Service: Privacy Policy: Note: Content currently USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand-focused only. Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life.



  • My backstop

    By hugh4212
    Always use twice / yr. on cross country trip. Like offbeat, museum tips.
  • Awesome travel app for RVers

    By AvGeekNomad
    Gave 4 instead of 5 only because I noticed some campsites don’t show up and I wish it was easier to change routes. Also would be nice to be able to drop in a custom location like a pin in google earth. This would allow us to save favorite spots or campgrounds for future planning.
  • Great app idea

    By Andycory12t
    I love this app, but what I was hoping this app would offer was gas stations, and the types of fuel they offer. Hitting the road with an even is fun, but finding out that a gas station does not offer diesel is not. Maybe adding in local tire shops too, just for peace of mind.
  • Love!!

    By NMAld
    Best app for road trips!! Love it!!
  • Location Monetization

    By Fordan
    As reported in Ars Technica, Sudo Security Group discovered a number of apps that send your location data to third-party data monetization companies without disclosing that fact when requesting access to your location data. This app is one of those apps. Hopefully Apple will pull these apps from the store until the app removes the location selling code, but until then deleting this app is probably a good idea.
  • Warning: Collects location data for third parties

    By Jeremybrooks
    This app has been identified as an application that collects location data and other metrics for sale to third parties. This monitization data is not related to application functionality. See guardianapp dot com for details.
  • Nothing between Chattanooga & Knoxville?

    By nowaytowin
    Beyond disappointing!
  • Are you tracking us and sharing data?

    By cjet55
    According to a new report from GuardianApp, "a growing number of iOS apps have been used to covertly collect precise location histories from tens of millions of mobile devices, using packaged code provided by data monetization firms. In many cases, the packaged tracking code may run at all times, constantly sending user GPS coordinates and other information." The information being collected includes Bluetooth LE Beacon Data, GPS Longitude and Latitude, Wi-Fi SSD and BSSID, and also such information as accelerometer data, battery charge performance and status, and even timestamps for departure/arrival to a location. GuardianApp lists 24 apps that are "confirmed to send data to a third-party data monetization firm," including ASKfm: Ask Anonymous Questions, C25K 5K Trainer, Classifieds 2.0 Marketplace, Code Scanner by ScanLife, Coupon Sherpa, GasBuddy,, Mobiletag, Moco, My Aurora Forecast, MyRadar NOAA Weather Radar, PayByPhone Parking, Perfect365, Photobucket, QuakeFeed Earthquake Alerts, Roadtrippers, ScoutLook Hunting, SnipSnap Coupon App, Tapatalk, The Coupons App, Tunity, Weather Live and YouMail. GuardianApp has also found code from the monetization firm, RevealMobile, on the apps of several local TV stations owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, Tribune Broadcasting Company, LIN Television Corp., Gray Television Group and other broadcasters. I see Roadtrippers in this list.
  • Concerned...

    By Hchyisn
    Fox News: Security researchers say some developers are using your location to make a profit, rather than to simply improve their apps. Roadtrippers is on the list of apps allegedly selling your location info.
  • Essential

    By jacqu1marr1
    I’ve used Roadtrippers for about 3 years now for all of my trips! I love finding little off-the-beaten-path areas and oddities and the feature where you can search for basically anything within a few miles of your route has saved me more times than I can count. I also love that you can estimate how much you’ll spend on gas. Really helps me plan.