App was okay. Had a few bugs. Hasn't been updated since 2012, and has now stopped working. The dev's backend website is down, and the app relies on it to work. Don't bother downloading this until it gets fixed.
App is abandoned by developer This app was decent, but the developer abandoned it soon after releasing it. It hasn't been updated since November 2012, and now the developer's server is offline and the app can't function without it. Too bad. Don't download this, because there's nothing here.
Would be fantastic if it was accurate to any sort of degree. /s What the hell is the point of this app if MTA doesn't update it with relevant data? Unless of course they consider 15 minute delays "good service". Assholes.
Good app This app is very good it had stopped working. But the reason it stopped working it's because of maintenance it was mentioned every time you try to click on it. Right now it's working perfectly fine so they're back
Status different from website for the day MTA has plan work on the E train this week. When checking this app in the daytime, it doesn't say that. So I took train to work, instead of drive thinking the E runs normal when I get off work at 1am. But by 9pm, status changed to work scheduled. Not sure if this is error on MTA side or this app. App works good otherwise. Will revise if error on MTA side. Update 4/29: MTA website there are scheduled maintenance tonight. App says normal service.
Millions of $$ and you can't make an app that tells us where the trains are This app shows you a list of train lines and which are marked either "good service" or "delay". The information is not current, and not dependable. The extinct app Embark used to show me the exact times for each station, it was very accurate. Embark was AWESOME. Apple bought it, now only available on the iPhone.
New status images and faster recovery time.
Ride the rails. See the trains. The subway map like you've never seen it before!