Garmin do not support bluetooth export.
For export you need USB, like the Windows Surface tablet.
There is a workaround.
Buy a USB converter and install the 'on the go app'.
I have the same question.
Please can you elaborate on your earlier response by giving an example of a USB converter I could purchase and the exact name of the "on the go app" as I could not find this in the App Store.
I see there has been some progress for TTR users, see topic "Transferring routes from MyRoute on an iPad to the TomTom rider via Bluetooth or cable". Is there something in the pipeline for Garmin users?
Are you able to respond to my earlier request (a month ago!) regarding the work around Michel mentions in his post?
There is definitely something in the works for Garmin users. TomTom was just the first step for us. Now as to the workaround Michel mentioned, i am afraid that this 'workaround' does not function anymore.
When will there be a solution to connect my garmin 3590LM to my ipad - as mentioned previously it would be critical for travelling abroad - I really dont want to have to take my laptop and charger away with me
I am really pleased with the app otherwise
I have successfully tested a way to transfer routes from MyRouteApp to a Garmin GPS with an iPhone or iPad, a microSD card and a very small microSD reader (no laptop with USB needed).
I have written below how to do that. It looks longish but in fact it's quite easy and fast.
Here is what you need to do first (and only once):
Then each time you need to transfer a route from MyRouteApp to Garmin GPS with an iPhone or iPad and the microSD card and reader: