I try to input the addresses for the route in your app, but the suggested route is not the most direct route. It bypass the highway. Is there a way to pick a different route?ampitupco wrote:Apple has finally approved this app! For iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Go get it!
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Generally, I'll break up my trip into legs that precisely define the exact route I wish to take. Often you can enter intersections in the address fields i.e Broadway and 1st. So I'll just have a bunch of intersections that define my route. I think this works well, especially when you enter speed, because each road has a different speed limit (especially if you are talking surface steers and highways).tt2007 wrote:
I try to input the addresses for the route in your app, but the suggested route is not the most direct route. It bypass the highway. Is there a way to pick a different route?
Thanks for the update...my v1.1.1 installs (iPad, iPad3, iPad mini, iPhone4S, iPhone5) are all failing for a mysterious message about "Ooops! Check your values" and show my location in at -16,213 feet below sea level or roughly half way to the bottom of the Marianas Trench in the Western Pacific. Having most recently been at some 800+ ABOVE sea level, this was somewhat of a surprise to me; perhaps I missed the dreaded Ohio tectonic plate shift one evening?ampitupco wrote:All,
Looks like the Google API I am using in the Leaf Energy iOS app is returning an error - which is causing the location and elevation detection to fail.
I've fixed this and submitted it to Apple, but it takes them about a week to review it before it gets released.
Got the update, applied to all devices, all work well. Thanks for the "fix"!ampitupco wrote:v1.1.2 with the location fix is in the iOS app store now. Click the link in my signature.
5-star reviews are nice.Publius wrote:Thanks! This app is such a good idea. Not only is it useful to Leaf owners planning trips, it could help a lot of people who are considering if the Leaf is right for their needs. When I stumbled across this thread I expected the app to cost some $, but I appreciate that it's free. Thank you!