Works very well, but issue with transportation benefits card I like the app a lot and use it every work day. The only issue I have is that I cannot pay for a monthly pass with my debit card that is tied to my transportation benefit card because the monthly fee exceeds the monthly benefit limit imposed by the IRS. An easy fix would be to allow partial payment from one card so users could pay up to the max benefit with one card, and then pay the balance from another card. Please include that change in your next update!
Thus far I haven't come across any problems using the app. Very user friendly and intuitive and I love that I can save paper by not printing out anymore tickets! Overall I'm satisfied. In the future if they could incorporate loading money like a Charliecard so it can be used on the T that's be great.
Great app but hardware dependent This is a good app which could have been great if the developers could have made this hardware independent. You will not notice this till you have to change your phone or restore factory settings on phone or reinstall the app. Every install of the app refreshes the app Id and the tickets u purchased are assigned to that id and not to a user account . So u r options are to call or email during regular work hours to transfer you ticket to the new device or install. This is a serious drawback in the app .
It is SO annoying that every time I either get a text, a call or I minimize the app it goes to the start page! Why can't it just bring me back to where I was? Maybe also a detailed map that is interactive and brings up Google maps when you click on the train stops? Other than that it's a great app. Please fix!
Great App! Saves time without any worries! Read description of app before complaining. Clearly says it all there when you tap READ MORE. This app is ONLY for the commuter rail. You pick your destination from where you are, and where you are going. Shows the fare prices. Type in your credit or debit payment info. All set. Ready to activate your ticket right before or when you board train. OR when conductor ask for ticket. Simple as that.
Basic app, needs work Biggest problem hands down is that it resets to the home screen when you had been looking at a schedule and then toggle to another app and come back. A few other tweaks would make this much easier to use; examples: as others have said, a "home line" setting + shortcut for schedules (and elsewhere?) would be super helpful, as well as filtering by stop and time would be great: e.g. if I am looking for the upcoming trains to ipswich, I dont want to see rockport train listings, nor ones for earlier this morning
Bug fix for users with Android 4.4