Trucker Path launches Truckloads app for iOS, adds Android functions

Trucker Path launches Truckloads app for iOS, adds Android functions

Trucker Path recently launched Truckloads app for iOS and added several new features to its portfolio of Android apps for the commercial trucking industry. The majority of the additional features have been designed to give users more input capabilities.

The Truckloads app is now available for users on iOS devices. Trucker Path Truckloads is the company’s newest app built for users to access available loads throughout North America. Currently in beta testing, Truckloads has so far been reviewed by more than 37,000 Android users and more than 400 brokers as early adopters, who post 50 000 loads per day. iOS app features and recent updates for Android  include:

  • Tracking the age of posted loads to ensure that the user is viewing the freshest load postings available.
  • Display broker credit ratings on every load, increasing user’s confidence in the posting company’s ability to pay for carrier services.
  • Functionality to filter loads by destination to the city and zip code level, giving users the ability to search for loads in advance of arriving at a location.

Truckloads is in open beta testing. Brokers need to sign-up on Trucker Path website to get the access to the marketplace. A web version for carriers is coming soon.

The Trucker Path Pro navigational aid app, which includes more than 400,000 active users, provides:

  • The ability for drivers to identify their truck and location to take advantage of available loads in their vicinity, if needed.
  • Users can contribute to the accuracy of available fuel prices by utilizing embedded crowdsourcing features.
  • Users can customize their points of interest (POI) to show only those POIs that interest them, such as hotels with truck parking, specific truck stops, truck washes, etc.
  • Users can set filters for identifying fueling station locations at or under a predetermined price for diesel.

“We listened to our user community and have developed the second in what will eventually be a suite of new products from Trucker Path,” said Charles Myers, vice president of strategy. “Our ultimate goal is to provide the over the road trucking community with a complete suite of apps and web-based tools to make their business more profitable and life on the road more fulfilling.”

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