One time I hit a rock while going about 25 mph on my bike. I flew over the handlebars onto cement, wrecked my bike, lost most of the skin on the right side of my body, had neck and back pain for months and had to go to a job interview with a black eye. It was still a more pleasurable experience than using this dumpster fire of an app. (Update: STILL TERRIBLE AND GETTING WORSE)
The app does very well letting me know just how late the GTA buses will be, for whatever that's worth. They need to adjust their paper schedules in anycase because now that this exists you can clearly see that the buses never match their times, not even in the morning. Love the app, still hate GTA with a passion.
App doesn't always work in real time or update properly. Buses can move from being 15 mins away to just 1 minute away making you miss stops. Useless app. Esp with Emory transport services. Utter garbage
I use this app pretty consistently to track the shuttle system at my university. Has helped me catch the bus countless times! A few glitches sometimes, but usually restarting the app helps.
Real time transit locations, works great. I think the bad reviews are probably based on bad transit systems and their api, the end user just sees "bad" app
So far works great. Only time it's given issues is when the bus is late by like 10 mins cuz that's a paradox like asking a calculator to ÷ by 0.
We've got some cool things coming to you soon, but we know that we can't go on without addressing some of your biggest concerns. Check out this latest update:
- No more battery suck for you, we've dramatically reduced battery consumption
- Fixed some annoying zooming issues with the map
- Worked out some kinks with the loading of agency, route, and stop data
We're always looking to spruce up and improve Rider, so don't hesitate to send us a note at email@example.com. #RiderGameStrong