Search for the area you deliver in, like San Francisco.
At the bottom, tap the name or address of the place and tap Download
That’s it. Now whenever you’re inside Circuit and you navigate to your next stop, it will work perfectly whether you’re connected to the internet or not.
Note: Circuit still needs an internet connection to optimize your route, so make sure to do this step in advance.
Circuit already showed you when you finished each of your stops so you can easily keep track of when you were where. Circuit now also shows when you arrived at your end location so you can check exactly when you finished your route.
Fixed an issue where Circuit would not always open your route in the right position after reopening it
Fixed an issue where the “Retry” button would sometimes not work correctly
We’re happy to announce our biggest update yet! We listened to your input and worked hard to improve Circuit so you can focus on your deliveries while we take care of the planning. Keep on reading to find out what’s new!
Escape the crowd with live traffic information
Circuit now uses live traffic information to optimize your route. You can expect faster routes, more accurate estimates and less traffic jams!
Better planning with more accurate estimates
On top of traffic awareness, Circuit is now also better at estimating the driving time between two stops. We heard the total time shown in Circuit is sometimes longer than it should be – this issue should be solved now!
Faster navigation with Google Maps integration
Using Google Maps for your navigation? Good news! You no longer have to manually start navigation inside Google Maps. Circuit now automatically skips this step for you, shaving off a few more seconds at every stop.
We did some tidying up, meaning you now have easier to read numbers, and more space for long streetnames. These improvements should make it more comfortable to check your stops, especially when using a car mount.