The layout reminds me of route planning apps I already use, so points for the intuitive design. The prices seem to correlate with NS's price predictions now. (I only looked up my usual route so don't take my word for it, check yourself!!!) The only thing I'm not a big fan of is the colour scheme, which is inspired by dark greens, and the fact that paying via PayPal is not an option (yet?). All in all, a useful little app for people that don't travel with public transit very often.
The trip from Schiphol Noord to Amstelveen costs €1,77. But using the Tranzer app it is €3,75. Not only that the app does not take in account the JAS (Jaar abonnement schiphol).
Not useable, while it charges outrageous rates. €12,75 for a one way trip of 5km and 15 minutes. Unfortunately no response to My complaint so removing app again.
Way too expensive. This app charges me €12,50 for a one way trip while I normally pay €5 cash to the bus driver. Also Belgium stops aren't showing up in the app (some busses drive through Belgium, you know?)
Busreis van 6 minuten kost volgens de OV planner 1,39, maar via deze app 5,50! Dus...
- New colors
- Fixed bug in date selection
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