Click on the New Load button to create a new load.
Assigning the driver to the load will pass the relevant information (pickup address, delivery address, description) to the assigned driver and allow them to update the status.
Enter the information for your load. The address field will autocomplete to save time and increase accuracy (no need to copy and paste from another window)

Part 2: The Driver App

Log into the driver app (with your same username and password) at
You should see the load you just created in the driver app. Note that while both the driver and dispatcher apps work on either mobile devices or computers, the driver app is optimized for mobile devices and the dispatcher app is optimized for computers.
If you’re viewing the driver app on a mobile device, clicking the Google Maps link will route you turn by turn in the Google Maps app.
The main thing to do in this screen is updating the status of the load. Changing this will notify the dispatcher that the status has changed (and update the map below).

Part 3: Expense Reports

Tracking expenses will help you keep tabs on your costs. It’s very important for running a profitable operation.

Part IV: Invoices and Cashflow

This concludes the core workflow of LoadApe, which is keeping track of loads in transit and the cashflow for your business. There are other features which you can explore once you start using the LoadApe. New features will be continuously added (and are currently in development right now). Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions: