Category:Mobile applications

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The below software applications make transit information available to users of mobile phones through native mobile apps.

  • DoubleMap - DoubleMap allows for passengers to view bus route locations and estimated time of arrivals in real-time via a mobile application or website.
  • Google Maps - Google Maps contains a transit trip planner, which is available for several devices including Android mobile phones, iPhones, and Blackberries.
  • Joyride - This default Maps application will link to 3rd party applications that provide transit routing information.
  • The Transit App - An iOS application that provides routing based on scheduled information, and real-time arrival estimates, for select cities.
  • Nokia Maps - Provides transit directions for hundreds of transit agencies in North America by using publicly-available GTFS data available on Nokia Windows Media devices.
  • RouteShout - Allows users to receive scheduled and predicted arrival times via SMS or mobile application.
  • Tiramisu - Crowd-sources real-time estimated arrival times, bus fullness, and rider experience based on users of the mobile application.
  • Ualabee - Community driven trip planner with focus on user interaction, users can report anomalies, upload pictures, edit transit data and chat with other passengers.

Pages in category "Mobile applications"

The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total.