RailLive

RailLive

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RailLive - Live Updates for ALL UK Train operators with added Journey Planner

-- TOP 100 PAID TRANSPORTATION ANDROID APP! --

RailLive is an easy, fast and simple way to check the latest service updates & disruption on ALL UK Train services. Updated constantly using data from National Rail Enquiries, the App will let you know of any disruption to rail services, any changes/revised timetables make and will let you know when things are back to normal.

- View the latest disruption for all UK Trains or just one Train Company. RailLive features a dedicated tab for: Arriva Trains Wales, c2c, Chiltern Railways, Cross Country, East Coast, East Midlands Trains, First Capital Connect, First Great Western, First Transpennine Express, Gatwick Express, Grand Central, Heathrow Express, Hull Trains, Island Line, London Midland, London Overground, MerseyRail, NX East Anglia, Northern Rail, ScotRail, South West Trains, Southeastern, Southern, Stansted Express & Virgin Trains.

- Use the included Journey Planner tab to quickly check train times for your routes & lots more information

- Let the rest of the internet know of disruptions with the ability to share via Facebook, Twitter and e-Mail

- Got a suggestion or found a problem? Let us know via Twitter - @foxtrotstudios - where we also like to keep you updated with our latest App news as well as the ocassional giveaway.

Tags: first capital connect, southeastern trains, south eastern trains, rail widget, east midlands trains, raillive, first capital connect qr code, southeastern train, hull trains, southeastern trains journey planner.

Recently changed in this version

- Bug Fixes

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NEED SUPPORT? - Let us know via Twitter! - @foxtrotstudios


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Comments and ratings for RailLive
  • (27 stars)

    by damian on 16/05/2011

    Not very useful, too much of the content links straight to the national rail site - if you have a web browser, you don't need this app