Stupidest app ever. Very hard to use. Frequent referrals to browser defeats the purpose of having an app. Can't pay for parking on it, making it pretty easy to miss the train, especially at stations with large parking lot with few parking kiosks. There's no option to see what zones you need, so you're purchasing tickets blind, meaning you might not even be charged fairly. No maps on the app either. You can't add or change payment methods through the map. Aesthetic isn't bad.
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Does what it says on the tin, I guess. The fact you can't buy single tickets is ridiculous, and most of the links on the main menu open as web pages rather than in-app. There aren't any alerts or information on where your bus or train is. It's literally just a way to buy day passes, which is okay for tourists, but if you actually plan on using RTD more than about once a month you're better off getting a MyRide card and using the Transit app for information.
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not bad... needs work for the train station. it should be a map of all stations.. if i don't know the name hard to find. Also, if you want people to use it? make it easier to share the app. no share option. you might want to research what other highly successful cities use for apps, design, etc. and copy their success. for example Hong Kong. Their MTR is second to none.
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