The app is confusing as you can't tell if a bus is running late or not unless you're on the bus stop looking at live times. If you're not on the bus stop it seems to tell you the time the next bus it thinks you're going to make, based on your location, and not when the next bus is actually going to be on the stop you've selected. The app or GPS can't predict how fast I can move from A to B so why have this feature? All I need to know when the next bus is due at the selected stop and if its late or not, regardless of my physical location.
This app hasn't yet migrated from a simple tracker to what people need to traverse Melbourne. Don't use it for working out where to go right now to get to your destination, it's too hard to use. The "live" times are also rubbish for knowing when to start traveling because they are in minutes-from-now instead of absolute time. What time do I need to be at the bus stop? Example: Whatever now+23mins is. This could be easily fixed by an app setting. This app loses one more star because the approaching times have no correlation to how late your bus really is
Would be great to have a train tracker. On the carriages they have a number (eg. 869M), so you could link that number to a train, then that train to a route. So you could see what stations the train is going to stop at, so you can make sure the train you walked onto goes to the stop you would like to get off at. Currently in this situation :P
The fact that this app consistently fails to give the same results as the web version, and its abysmal search functionality when using journey planner make this worse than useless. One of the most infuriatingly hopeless apps I have ever encountered.
Saying the bus was coming in 4 mins. Ended up waiting for 15 mins. Is it really tracking the buses?
This app sucks. This is suppose to be the official app to traverse in Melbourne's public transport and yet it can't even get a simple arrival time right. Tram 96 in particular is rarely ever on time according to this app.
- Minor Bug Fixes