1 ohhhh, okkk.... the whole point of phone apps is kind of to not need a pc anymore... 2 full sized monitor, oh ok, i get it... you just wanna plan/plot on the big screen and export to the device. i get it. i use an emulator (it emulates the android phone operating system) on my computer, and then open locus pro on the desktop... generally it's just to show off it's possible, or to see the tracks up on the big screen when we're planning a weekend trip with the family. you aren't limited to using locus to plan routes, or osmand, or xe, you can use anything you want to create the GPX file. online, offline, web services, even the horribly poor basecamp... use whichever you like and get the gpx done. some of the newer apps are focussing on social media and they have online planners/plotters, online sharing, online 'communities' of riders that share tracks n stuff. personally i don't like the syncing or required integration/sharing of those apps, so i don't use em. 3 surprise ! locus again. of course any android app like maverick, xe, dualsportmaps, osmand, locus, backcountrynavigator, even google maps can display your gpx file. it's what you want to do with it besides just display it that determines which one fits best for you.