Not at all reliable. Also, cannot access the graphs.
Although it relies on bwt, with enough people submitting their real-time data, this could become the next waze type app.
Completely unreliable horseshit
Crashing & Lack of user reports limits usability App uses Gov data which is (supposed to be) updated hourly, so user reports are important for real time data. But crashes prevent using the timer and frequently prevent submitting the wait time. Saved preferences does not save the choice of lanes ie Std, Ready or Sentri. Historical trend graphs are great for picking a good time to cross. With thousands of people crossing at TJ every day, this could be a great app if it really collected real time data, but with only Gov data, it is only so-so.
Good, but... In case you're wondering why it only updates hourly, that info comes from US CBP. It has nothing to do with the app. However, when reporting user wait times the app should disregard "false" iReports. In other words, toss out times that do not reflect other iReports. These skew the average wait times. Also, I'd like to see old iReports so I can see wait time trends.
Use regularly In my experience the CPB reported wait times are almost never accurate for the California San Ysidro auto crossing...they generally report a significantly shorter wait time than is reality. The 'user reported' data however is generally spot on.
- Fixed iReport crash message
- Other bug fixes to provide more stability
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