Changed the videolink, it works now.
If you start the navigator directly from the route view you maby forget to track the route and that is one of the main functions off MyRoute-app.
But maby we wrong about that, let's see what other users want.
We have discus it, in the next update it is possible to start the navigator directly from the route view, about two weeks.
Just thought I'd add, that the Sygic nav app works on iOS from myrouteapp, tested it tonight with no major issues, the issues we did have was issues with Sygic itself, so this is not the place to bring those up, however I will say it does the job, and I now have a choice of Sygic or Navigon, dependant upon how many way points the route has :-)
I've transferred a couple of routes to Sygic on Android 4.4.4 from my couch. I've not followed the route yet (should be a chance tomorrow).
Some routes have failed to set up though, even though they look OK in myrouteapp - not sure where the issue lies (Sygic/MyRouteApp). They transfer to Sygic and then it fails to calculate the route. This was with 45 way points.
Sygic use his own maps and MyRoute-app use Google Maps, maby a routepoint on MyRoute-app is on a road that Sygic not regognize, that's why Sygic can not calaculate the route.
But first Sygic shows the routepoints, on that point you can edit the route, see: http://www.michelvanhagen.nl/blog/2015/07/27/first-promising-test-results-for-navigation-through-myroute-app-sygic-for-android/
2. save the route in tomtomformat (.itn) on the pc (I tried gpx but that did not work properly with the conversion to sygic.)
3. convert the route with ITN routeconverter (windows) to sygicformat .(13&14, itf)
4 transfer the route form pc to android smartphone (../Sygic/Res/Iterinary) I use Googledrive and the filemanager.
Now you can open the route in Sygic
Suggestion: add the tomtom-format as a 'Save as'_format in MyRoute-app web . That would make the traject somewhat easier.
So far as we know you can save the route with MyRoute-app WEB as .tar.gz.
This file you can open in Sygic.