Having enough of the strike, Andy Drizen is giving away his wellknown app Tube Tracker – London Tube Edition for free. So you’ll save £1.99 – if you hurry and download the app soon. Actualy it even is the most popular paid Tube App for iOS and it was featured on the App Store homepage in 6 countries.
Make sure you go through the short tutorial which is offered when you start the app for the first time. Take your time and download the additional content like first and last trains and allow the app to use your location for more convenience.
If you enable notifications the app will send you alerts to keep you updated of any changes to the status of lines in which you are interested. Btw I am just checking the lines and it is nearby all blue which means Special Service. Only DLR, Northern and Overground are in good service.
- Live Departure boards for ALL stations
- Tube Map
- Line statuses
- Journey Planner (works offline!)
- Notifications: Get Alerted when Line Statuses Change
- Streets map displays all stations and lines
- View All Trains on any line
- Compass directs you to any station
- Visual Train Tracking
Helping you plan:
- Future Line Disruptions. All of them!
- First and last train times
- Save favourite stations/journeys
- Journey Planner
- Official Map
- Line statuses
- Compass – Now you can find stations without an internet connection. As long as you have GPS turned on, you phone will tell you how far away each station is, and which direction you should travel in to get there!
Tube Tracker – London Tube Edition works on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad with iOS 5.0 or newer. The app needs 11,7 MB space and is released in several languages.