It's okay. I didn't know there was a "trial period". So one day when I was out and about, I wasn't able to use the app like how I was used to. Didn't help that I was in an unfamiliar area. And I didn't have internet access, so I wouldn't have even been able to buy the full version if I wanted to. I'm gonna find an alternative that is actually free
This app is freakin awesome. I love the ability to saving trips, the details at your fingertips and how intuitive it all is. For instance, when you search for a route, and then come back at the end of the day, the search criteria is already switched for you - it's anticipating your trip back. This has never been confusing for me, but has ways saved time from having to type it in. Details are phenomenal to access, and I love how it incorporates route from train, bus, and street car to help fins the best route. It might be helped by a walk through of how to take advantage of these things.
Love being able to see previous or future times for the same trip. Really helps in planning my travel (without turning on location or data). I wish the paid version was less expensive, but the only thing eliminated from the free version is the exact walking route (and I use other apps for that)
Great to look to Max and bus times!
Only works in select major cities unless you have a premium account
Best local travel app ever.
- Update for Android Wear 2.0 platform (now wear app is fully standalone)
- Redesigned, new dark theme
- Route map
The new version of the offline timetables in "material design" with the support of Android Wear!
Departures and arrivals of trains, including platforms and delays in the form of application and widget