Open up app with "nearby stops" in the morning. Close phone. Open up app again the next day, still shows "nearby stops" timetables from yesterday. No refresh button, need to kill app and re-launch to see today's timetables. Needs fix to not show stale results after re-open app.
Dude, don't you think you might need to re-sync your bus schedule again with HSL? Example bus no 50, what it shows in your apps it's different than what is shows in the HSL schedule on their website and on their time table board.
On galaxy s6, the app freezes each time I go inside a search result. Back button does not work The only way out is to kill the app. Totally unusable. I searched a simple route (for example from keilaniemi to Otaniemi), and then the app suggests possible transport connections. So far so good. Then if I want to view the details of a particular transport connection, I tap on that and go inside that connection. In that screen, it freezes. The bus stops cannot be expanded, I cannot go back by pressing the back button, and so I cannot check the other connections. The only way out is to click the home button, and then kill the app and start fresh. Another bug is in the live map view on Galaxy S6. From the home screen, if I press on the top second right button to go to the live map view, I cannot come back from there anymore. Neither the phone back button, nor the app back arrow works. It does not prompt me to send any bug report or diagnostics. It just freezes. And this problem is reproducible each time (I just checked once again while writing this). The version is 2.4.46.
Nice idea but a bit messy user interface, and hard to find the essential things, like maps
Has saved my ass a lot of times. Thanks so much <3
After search route i try share route but app freezing totally. Can't go back. And app must close by app settings. I use Android 7.0
Bug Fix So Sorry :(
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