Use to love Since last update it sucks use transit tracker and it takes you to a web page was better in app...if I wanted to be redirected I'd use the internet in the first place. Trip planner is unreliable and usually offers the most absurd and indirect routes. Better off calling a live person during the week.
Works just fine Problems I have had before have been fixed. Sometimes tickets won't show up but a quick force close of the app does the trick. Easy to purchase Trimet tickets.
Hit or miss The app works but has never been ideal. Various bugs and Android upgrade issues. And a safety light feature, really? Get your app working first before you waste time on gimmicks.
A straightforward way to buy and use tickets. The UI is smooth. Tickets are handled in-app, other functions are handled with a link to the TriMet website. One star deduction for not updating to support Android N until after it began rolling out to some devices. Developer was quick to respond to my email and the update to make it functional is now live, but considering many people rely on this app to make their daily commute it should have been made ready before N went live; that's what the developer previews exist for.
Pretty bad. Needs Google login, because making new accounts sucks. Needs Android Pay, Samsung Pay, or some IAP support because entering credit card information sucks.
Screen overlay detected Wont let me get into the app on Marshmallow 6.0. Got a citation because it wouldn't come up even though I paid for a whole month.
Release of Retrieve My Tickets feature.
Addition of BIKETOWN and Zipcar to RideTap.
Performance improvements for RideTap connectivity.
Minor bug fixes and improvements.
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