This app is useful for people organizing special trips for car clubs. Small speditor companies, shuttle services as well chauffeur services.
RRFGM offers a great opportunity of turning backwards multi-point or manually adjusted routes. Recreating these backwards routes belongs to the past.
How it works:
In order to share step-by-step directions from one place to another, simply put the start and end points into the Google Maps app, choose a mode of transportation
and a route.
By searching for directions in Google Maps, you should see 2 arrows (1 facing up, 1 facing down) directly to the right of your origin and destination. If you click on that, the directions should reverse. If there are more destinations chained, this 2 arrows button disappears.
And this is your problem.
RRFGM introduces unique method of reversing chained destinations.
How it works with RRFGM?
Instead of hitting the navigation button press the menu button (top right corner).
Now behind the button along with the toggles for traffic, you'll see an option called "Share directions".
Tap the "Share directions" button and you'll be able to share out the list of directions to any app that can handle text. RRFGM is one of these applications.
Choose RRFGM (the icon above) to send to, and the app will take your route in a numbered list of directions showing the start and end points you selected, the travel
time and distance, followed by the steps and a goo.gl short link to the directions on the web.
The short link is encrypted and not readable for humans.
Here RRFGM comes in turn. RRFGM decrypts and sets your multi-point route backwards.
As result RRFGM sends you a route back in turn to Google Maps.
Google Maps renders now your waypoints in a opposite direction.