Finally - Live Bus Countdowns for London on your iPhone!
★ Live bus countdown boards - instantly see when your bus is due ✔ Real-time information - not from timetables ✔ Covers 20,000 bus stops! ✔ Real-time diversion/cancellation info ✔ Auto-locate nearest stops on map ✔ Store your favourite stops and routes ★
• As featured in 'New and Noteworthy' on the App Store! • As featured on Wired UK •
★★ DESCRIPTION ★★
You know those little black 'countdown' boxes on bus shelters? Well now you can carry them in your pocket, wherever you are - for all of London's 20,000 bus stops.
No more sprinting down the road then finding the bus is ten minutes away! So that's more time at home. Or in bed.
What's more, Bus Checker doesn't use a timetable - it gets the real, live information for each bus as it moves around London; meaning it's both accurate and reliable.
★★ MAIN FEATURES: ★★
• Live, updated countdown display of bus arrivals.
• Real-time map view of nearest bus stops to your location.
• Service information - diversions/closures/cancellations.
• Tap on bus numbers to filter the list: see screenshots.
• Favourite the bus stops you use regularly.
• Details bus stop information - routes/map location/direction.
• Map/route number display - find the right bus to get you home!
★★ COMING NEXT WEEK - MASSIVE UPDATE: ★★
• View bus routes, explore journeys live!
• Enhanced UI / interface - easier to use
• Buy today and get this update free from the App Store
★★★ BUY NOW - SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICE FOR OCTOBER 2011! ★★★
Download Bus Checker today - and never miss that last bus of the night again! Although if you do, we're not picking you up from the taxi rank in Morden.†
Data provided by Transport for London
TfL's Bus Countdown feed is still undergoing testing until late Autumn 2011. Please be aware that until that time, the data may be subject to closures, downtime or withdrawal. We will keep this app up-to-date with any changes to the feed as and when they occur. For more information, see www.buschecker.com
† - Note to tourists: Morden is at the very bottom of the Northern line on the London tube - and frequently where late-night travellers find themselves waking up.