Ok as a place to store an eTicket. But time is wrong by a few hours when ticket is activated. Live arrivals do not match times displayed at piers. And why no mobile version of schedules? If users want a desktop version of the PDF schedule they can already get this from the website. Not much of a travel tool.
Still doesn't support discount codes like the online web site does. ...6 months later...Still doesn't support discount codes like the online web site does. This is now becoming a problem and will probably force me to abandon the daily clipper.
Barely better than using seaweed
Like it The home screen was a bit off, but the developers fixed the issue promptly. Much better that waiting in line for a ticket.
M-ticket It's really a good idea to have a M-ticket is You get to board the boat quicker, saves time, It's cashless paying, you won't lose your paper ticket that you are buying from the ticket office or from the ticket machine and you can purchase your ticket at anytime when you want.
Yay, at last, accurate departure times before I leave the office! Great app. Can now leave the office at exactly the right time to catch my boat. Important in the winter when it's cold, and in the summer when boat times are random due to the volume of tourists. But it needs to be renamed Thames Clippers, instead of Thames Tickets, as it does more than just tickets. You need to promote this on board, I only found out by chance talking to one of your tech savvy crew.
- We have introduced a one time ticket activation for weekly/monthly tickets, which will save time.
- Enhanced the Visual Validation of active tickets, so that the top of the ticket displays bigger, bolder, has a shadowed time to aid for better inspection of tickets.
- The improvement of the Android storage system to support more Android devices.