Best best best Well, the fact that it works offline, updates fast and has configuration options makes it great. If you didn't know, you can swipe left or right to see the previous or next entry. I don't buy apps often but having multiple countries for just a few euros per year is worth it for sure.
Perfect app for years. Nevertheless, last days it downloads wrong (or obsolete?) timetables in Prague. E.g. tram n. 9, more times. Please fix this, it has no sense when it shows wrong wrong timetables for some lines.
Perfect offline IDOS The timetables needs to be purchased, but you get 30 day free trial of all available timetables and for me, €3 is okay price to have all public transport in Czech Republic on the go in offline. The design seems neat and professionally done. I also appreciate there are no ads or rate-the-app pop-ups.
Bad time picker It's difficult to set right time of arrive or departure. Anyway, the application is great
Cannot live without it Using it everyday. Still wondering how intuitive is its usage. It is must have if you use any form of public traffic regularly.
Horrible updates, incomplete info The only benefit is offline usage. Updates are very late, incomplete info about changing trams, you have to know the place well in order not to waste your time.
Displaying departure boards stop Czech and Slovak Republics, as well as offline, widget
Travelling successfully in Berlin and Brandenburg with the VBB “Bus & Train” app
Departures and arrivals of trains, including platforms and delays in the form of application and widget