Ok if trains are on or close to on time, it can't handle short notice the delays and cancellations associated with major incidents like fatalities. It just carries on like nothing is wrong despite the carnage other apps like Network Rail's are showing. Now virtually useless. Takes forever to work out where the handset is located and then completely fails to load the relevant departure/arrivals information. Not worth paying for any more.
setting for automatic headset would be usefull setting for automating switch of a sound to headset if inserted would be really usefull for stop reminder. map at the srartup of app annoyes. delayed train stops are not precise - still shows all stops,even if train is passing some stations. otherwise good app.
Potential unfulfilled An app would have been the perfect opportunity to address the shortcomings of the (excellent) website - refreshing, real time stuff, etc. Sadly, though, they've missed a trick - the app seems to be trying to scratch an itch I certainly never had, but at the cost of all the rich detail available on the site. And without being a particularly useful "simple" tool, either.
Disappointing, I was expecting the detailed information provided as an option within the website. I've paid £2.99 for an app that doesn't really offer anything more than the National Rail Enquiries app. Waste of money.
Pointless app, doesn't deliver the Detailed information which is its parent website's unique selling point. I don't mind paying £3 to support the website but assumed the app would give me the same info. As it is, it's inferior to the free NR app.
Not for the enthusiast The app is OK but doesnt do half of what the website does and frankly a waste of £2.99. I would like to be able to search on headcodes and see the detailed information on journeys. Junctions, ECS etc.
Fixes critical issue with some Samsung devices force closing on open of the app.
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