To export a single route, open the route details screen and tap the export icon in the bottom toolbar.
To export multiple route, open the routes screen and select the ‘Routes’ tab. Then open the route selection screen by tapping More > Select. Select the desired routes and folders and tap the export icon in the bottom toolbar.
After pressing the export icon the export pop-up will appear in both cases, an example is shown below:
In the export pop-up you can select the kind of data that will be exported when pressing the export button in the bottom of the pop-up. The kind of exported data can be any combination of the following:
Geodata: If you include ‘Geodata’ a data file containing the route(s) will be exported. The file format is shown in the subtitle of the geodata item. In the example above it is gpx. If you press settings you can change the data format. Supported file formats for exporting routes are gpx, gpx.zip, kml, kmz, geojson, geojson.zip.
Photos: If you include ‘Photos’ the photos of the routes(s) will be exported as well. This item is not available if their are no photos.
Map: If you include ‘Map’ a map of the routes(s) will be exported. The pixel size of the map is displayed in the subtitle. You can change the pixel size in the export settings.
After you have selected the kind of data to be exported you can press ‘Export’ in the bottom of the export pop-up to export the route(s). Then a regular iOS pop-up will show up in which you can pick an app to send the exported data to. For example, iMessage to send the route(s) to a friend, or the files app to save the routes(s) on the cloud.
In the export pop-up you can also change the export settings by pressing the ‘Settings’ button on the top right of the export pop-up. Then the following screen will appear:
The first section in the export settings screen is about geodata. Here you can set the data format of the to be exported route(s). By tapping ‘Route data format’ you can choose between gpx, kml, and geojson. You can decide whether you want to compress the data. If you enable compression the exported geodata file will be zip compressed. The file size will be much smaller than without compression, therefore we recommend you to enable compression.
The remaining sections deal with the map (image) that can be exported. You can decide the file format of the map image (png, jpg, or pdf). You can set the desired pixel width and height with the sliders. Also to generate a map sometimes map tiles need to be downloaded. You can determine if you want to allow cellular downloads of map tiles.
Exporting all routes¶
To export all routes stored on your device, open the routes screen and select the ‘Routes’ tab. Make sure that the filter is not active (filter button has a blue edge). Go to the root routes folder, so that ‘All routes’ is displayed below the search bar. Make sure that the search bar is empty. Then open the route selection screen by tapping More > Select. Press ‘All’ on the top left to select all routes and folders. Then tap the export icon in the bottom toolbar to open the export pop-up. Select the kind of data to be exported in the export pop-up and press ‘Export’.