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Turn-by-Turn Audio Notifications for Route Navigation (mobile)

Audio turn by turn voice directions of a Strava Route from the mobile app.

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    We are aware of this longstanding feature request in our community and thank everyone for their contribution. It's always difficult to prioritize projects at Strava, and turn-by-turn notifications for route navigation is not currently planned.

    Continue to leave your feedback as we revisit our project prioritization each quarter. 

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  • While running, my iPhone is in my back pocket, and taking the phone out to view the course on a map would inevitably make me slow down, or even stop in some cases. Not to mention that with the sunlight, a map is very hard to look at on the iPhone or similar device, when outdoors.

    Audio turn-by-turn is absolutely needed, pretty much like a car GPS "in 20 meters, turn left".

    Note: this is already a popular demand, originally discussed in this very popular thread (more than 100 votes): Create a Route and send to Strava Mobile App for navigation. https://strava.zendesk.com/entries/21584169

     

     

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  • Strava keeps asking me to become a premium member. Why would I do that when it can't do what I need it to most; give me directions on my route. Add this feature and I will become a premium member. Until then, I'll keep searching for an app I like better that can do what I need it to do. Hope I don't find the other app first, because I probably wont switch back. What are you guys doing with all those premium memberships anyway, if not putting them into app development of what people are asking for?

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  • Same on the bike. Turn-by-turn navigation would simply made me switch to the Strava app.

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  • I would like this functionality. 

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  • I also think this would make more people upgrade to the premium version.  This facility would be an excellent addition to the Strava feature set.  Keep improving Strava.  Thanks.

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  • apparently this is one of the highest requested things for mapmyride, but they are unable to do it due to violates their terms of service. https://support.mapmyfitness.com/hc/communities/public/questions/200075164-Turn-by-turn-voice-directions

    Still, this feature would probably persuade me to being a premium member. 

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  • I have this free by exporting GPX from a route mapped in Strava to OsmAnd mapping app.
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  • OsmAnd looks good but not available on the iPhone unfortunately.

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  • OsmAnd works very well for Android users... Hightly  Recommend.   But would be great to have Strava with full functionality - Bluetooth 4.0 HRM/speed/cadence/, turn by turn directions - to avoid multiple apps running simulaneously. 

     

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  • As a premium member, I too was hoping for turn-by-turn directions along w/ the routes roll-out inside the Strava app.  Would be great to have the option to toggle the turn by turn directions, as well as the segment update, audio on/off separately on the record screen as I can see just wanting one or the other on specific rides.  Also there are several times where I know most of the route really well and don't need the extra notification.  The segment update audio is great and works really well pausing the music player audio, making it's announcement, and the continuing back to my music player.  Would love to have the direction notifications do the same. 

    Please tally another vote for Turn by Turn directions!

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  • Some people just don't want to make money...there is a huge demand and no supply...crazy. This would definitely sway me to become a premium member.

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  • I would love to see this feature too.  Today I was riding, with google maps shouting directions at me from my iPhone in my jersey back pocket.  I also had strava audio announcements turned on, but it seemed that only one of the voice overs would work (google).

    Would be fab if i could run everything via strava - audio announcements / turn by turn directions. i'm sure running gmaps and strava at the same time is more of a battery suck.

    Keep up the stonking job you guys are doing.  Stava is brilliant and i'm looking forward to future updates. 

    Thanks!

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  • I would love to see this feature too.  Today I was riding, with google maps shouting directions at me from my iPhone in my jersey back pocket.  I also had strava audio announcements turned on, but it seemed that only one of the voice overs would work (google).

    Would be fab if i could run everything via strava - audio announcements / turn by turn directions. i'm sure running gmaps and strava at the same time is more of a battery suck.

    Keep up the stonking job you guys are doing.  Stava is brilliant and i'm looking forward to future updates. 

    Thanks!

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  • Turn by turn voice navigation is something I would be willing to pay for if it were included in the premium service.

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  • Would love this feature. The route builder on a computer web browser is very easy to use and is brilliant at minor tweaking the route.

    Surely all the voice turn by turn needs to do is read the already generated cue-sheet when you get close to the turn?

    Would definitely pay for this voice or even text turn-by-turn for pre-made routes.

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  • I'm currently using Cyclemeter as that is a slightly better APP in some respects when using the Wahoo RFLKT.

    I would go all Strava (premium) if turn by turn direction guiding of a selected route was added as a feature. Remember to include support for the RFLKT so I can see the turn arrow and distance on that :-)

    That would make Strave the "Killer App" of cycling.

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  • You absolutely must implement turn by turn navigation. I still can't believe you have not added it. Just like adding possibilities for (creating) interval training (with audio).

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  • This is a MUST! would mean your app rivals Garmin Edge range... at last we have a satnav solution for bikes to be run on the mobile devices we all already own... no need to spend £400 on a new Edge 1000!

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  • Turn by Turn will definitely give power and edge (no pun intended for Garmin) to other devices and apps in the market.  If you truly want to conquer the gps/computer/cyclometer market this is a must.  Not only that it could make more $$$ for Strava it is a safety issue as well - looking down on your phone going into an intersection is the worst time and accident waiting to happen.

    Imagine this.  You are not sure to turn into this intersection or not.  You pull out your phone from your pocket.  Screen is locked so you have to swipe or use your fingerprint.  Then you look at your phone with the glare of the sun.  I don't even want to imagine what could happen next as you are distracted 5 or so seconds going into an intersection.

     

    Thanks for listening.  I'm a premium subscriber and I think we could make this the Greatest app....   

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  • RideWithGPS seems to offer turn-by-turn navigation with their Basic membership (not free).  I've been holding off in hopes that Strava will offer it and I could upgrade my Strava membership rather than pay for the RideWithGPS membership.  My last ride may have convinced me to pull the trigger....had to stop several times to figure out my next turns.  Will have to export/import my ride data.

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  • RideWithGPS seems to offer turn-by-turn navigation with their Basic membership (not free).  I've been holding off in hopes that Strava will offer it and I could upgrade my Strava membership rather than pay for the RideWithGPS membership.  My last ride may have convinced me to pull the trigger....had to stop several times to figure out my next turns.  Will have to export/import my ride data.

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  • Anyone actually used RideWithGPS turn by turn app yet? How much does it cost to use it? Does it work well? If someone can create a smartphone app for iOS/Android that does this well and does'nt kill the battery of the device they will put Garmin out of business!

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  • yes I have used it think it is about $5 per month am giving it a trial to see how it goes 

    On iphone5

    (i) it is not perfect, you can't just stick it in your pocket the way I do with my tomtom app, I mount on the handlebars so the visual prompts along withe the audio work ok, if you stray from the course you set you have to find your way back but it does tell you how far from the course you are.

    (ii) I got about 2.5 hours with that and strava running side by side. Maybe need to turn off some more stuff like bluetooth and the brightness on my phone I think you could stretch to over 3 hours if you were to ditch strava altogether,

     

     

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  • yes I have used it think it is about $5 per month am giving it a trial to see how it goes 

    On iphone5

    (i) it is not perfect, you can't just stick it in your pocket the way I do with my tomtom app, I mount on the handlebars so the visual prompts along withe the audio work ok, if you stray from the course you set you have to find your way back but it does tell you how far from the course you are.

    (ii) I got about 2.5 hours with that and strava running side by side. Maybe need to turn off some more stuff like bluetooth and the brightness on my phone I think you could stretch to over 3 hours if you were to ditch strava altogether,

     

     

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  • I have used RideWithGPS. It works really well. It isn't navigation per se. If you get off track it will not redirect you to your destination. It just uses a cue system that tells you to either go straight or turn left or right at intersections. You set the cue to like 100 feet or something before the intersection. 

    I much prefer stravas route building software over RideWithGPS. 

    RideWithGPS is $6 a month. I went that route because I figured I wouldn't be using it that much in the winter time and I would just cancel it then. 

    With bluetooth headphones and a smart phone riding around is a lot like riding in the car. Phone, music, and navigation all in one. I ride with one bud in so I can hear traffic. 

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  • Thanks guys appreciate the insight. Personally I worry that a software solution on smartphones will never truly rival a dedicated hardware device.

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  • I have tried Co-Rider recently. It has the ability to import GPX routes. However with my iPhone 5C mounted on the stem the map kept rotating while riding.

    http://www.appliedphasor.com/co-rider/

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  • It's been said already, but I'll repeat it.  The solution for Android is to use OsmAnd.   1)Free;  2) offline maps (no data consumption);  3) accurate turn by turn voice directions;  4) can use either pre-set GPX file, or navigate to a set destination;  5)  will auto reroute if you get off course;  6) low battery consumption;  7) can save GPX file of your route;  8)  did I mention FREE?

    Once you understand the interface, it's awesome.   Still hope strava adds this feature but until then:   OsmAnd.

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  • Just to reiterate.. I have been using OsmAnd for this functionality now for many hundreds of kilometres both in the UK and abroad. I second everything Bob says above.

    While OsmAnd is not faultless, I would score it 95%. It struggles with roundabouts, and if the road you are on bends, but your route takes a side road on the bend, so that your direction doesn't change but you have effectively made a turn, OsmAnd stays completely silent.
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