Metro Nap App for NYC Subway
1,000 - 5,000 downloads
- Great innovative idea
- Lets you catch up on your dearly needed sleep
- Simple effective design
Take naps on the NYC metro and be awoken when you reach your stop
The most nap-inducing environment yet designed by humanity is the dimly lit labyrinth of its metros. From the heavy drone of the tracks to the social inappropriateness of sleep, there's nowhere more alluring to catch a few Zs. There's only one small issue with this most delectable shut-eye: you inevitably miss your stop, meaning a scramble for the exit and excuses for your boss/girlfriend/mom. Exhausted NYC denizens, rejoice! Tobias Domhan's Metro Nap App for NYC Subway is here to rouse you from your forbidden slumber on time.
When you feel the inevitable lull begin to lower your lids, just open the app and tell it your trajectory and desired final stop. Your device's accelerometer is used to detect movement of the train and count the stops. Right before reaching your destination, your device will set to vibrating furiously, coaxing you back to consciousness just in time to coolly step out the doors.
It may not prevent you from drooling on your seatmate's shoulder, but Tobias Domhan's Metro Nap App for NYC Subway resolves at least one major siestas-on-public-transport issue for New Yorkers.
Please do note that this app is NYC-specific. Someday the rest of we sleepers shall be as lucky.
Everyone naps on the subway. It's hard to beat the heavy eyelids and soothing drowsiness that the motion of the train causes. For all of you there's MetroNap App! MetroNap App is designed to detect if the train is moving or not and when you've reached a stop. MetroNap App will let you know when you are about to get to your destination by vibrating, waking you up from your deep slumber. It's also great if you can't put that amazing book down or if you simply can't tell where you are, due to a very crowded train. We've all taken the train 6:30pm, we know. With MetroNap App you'll never miss a stop again!
Note: MetroNap App is specifically designed for the New York subway system.
Mariana Aguilar Ramírez
Camila Aguilar Ramírez
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I've tried this app multiple times while awake because I had a feeling I couldn't trust it, and guess what? I was right! Not once did the app warn me anytime before my destination. YOU WILL MISS YOUR STOP, don't trust it.
Love the idea, was just hoping to see the Staten Island railroad on their. Were the forgotten borough!!!
It actually works!
The sensor doesn't work. Thinks you're moving when you aren't. Useless unfortunately.
its based on vibrations. i sat on my living room couch lmao with my gf because it said i was traveling as i shook the phone with my hand. she asked why my phone alarm was going off so i did this as a demonstration. the phone never shook in my coat enough
Used it 3 times with no luck. The last time I even set it as soon as the train took off and it was still one stop behind. My phone was in my bag on my lap. As another user commented, please add a feature to "correct" in case the app if off target. Gr
Great but u should make the notification have sound not vibration