London Travel

London Travel

100,000 - 500,000 downloads

Add this app to your lists
Features of this app:
> Fetch Live Departure timings from TFL(Tube, DLR, Bus, River Services), National Rail & Overground and BAA
> Fetch scheduled TramLink Departures from TFL
> Bookmark frequent stations
> Use very little memory
> Service updates
> TFL Journey Planner
> Live Roadside Message Signs
> Live Traffic Disruptions
> Live Traffic Camera Images
> Live Barclay's Cycle Hire Availability
> Source London Charge Points
> Nearest Oyster Shop Locations
> Nearest Transport Stops and Departures
> London Travel Network Maps
> National Rail Journey Planner

Currently Tube, DLR, Bus, River, Overground, National Rail, BAA & Gatwick Flight and London Tramlink services are supported. More services will be added to this app in future versions.

Please send feature requests and bug reports via in-app menu options. Comments are not monitored.

Permissions:
> INTERNET - To fetch data over the Internet from Tfl, National Rail, BAA etc.
> ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE - To check if device is connected to the Internet before fetching data
> ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION - To get location of device from network provider if GPS is unavailable
> ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION - To get location of device of device from GPS
> BILLING - To allow in-app purchase of ad remover
> WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - To save maps to USB/SD Card storage

Upcoming features:
> check/save last bus/tube
> 'search' by flight no and terminal no
> oyster card login and topup balance checker
> Weather at destination station/stop/coords
> Save scheduled departures
> Themes?!? (too invasive to implement at this point)
> Find-a-ride ? (low priority)
> ETA widgets (target v4.0)
> BMarks to JSON format (required for online sync)
> Help section (v3.1 initial implementation)
> (In-App)Online Backup/Restore of Preferences and Bookmarks (Google accounts permission required ? maybe)

This is NOT an official TFL / National Rail / BAA app and the developer is NOT associated to TFL or National Rail or BAA in any way.

Tags: tfl live bus departures, london travel, pubtran london, live bus departures tfl, live tfl departures, transport for london tramlink apps, tfl departure, tfllivebusdeparturesapp, tfl live departures, pubtran london app replacement.

Recently changed in this version

Changes:
* Fixed ad issues


Comments and ratings for London Travel
  • (66 stars)

    by Julia Roberts on 15/08/2014

    Very useful once you get used to the menu system

  • (66 stars)

    by S G on 11/08/2014

    This app used to be a god savier to travel however its reliability is simply not there. Live train Times does not recognise the train station. For example typing in "Maidenhead" the app will fail to recognise the station. Additionally the National rail part (as opposed to live depatures) does not function which is important when for instance if the live arrival time were to go down (when delayed)

  • (66 stars)

    by sammy kironde on 27/07/2014

    Very usefull for keeping time on the muve

  • (66 stars)

    by Adam Hakimi on 24/07/2014

    Ok

  • (66 stars)

    by Divya Jagasia on 20/07/2014

    The new update has ruined this app. Lots of bugs. Dev please sort them: 1. Blank page after choosing suggested destination name in journey planner. 2. No link to Google maps for walking directions like in the previous version. 3. Full page ads. We understand the need to have ads but full page really? Not very desirable considering its a travel app. Please fix these Dev. Thanks

  • (66 stars)

    by Wilmer van der Gaast on 15/07/2014

    The new UI is not quite as useful for bus times (doesn't show line direction in bus stop list anymore) and often fails at loading the live arrival times. Only thing that still works consistently is the fullscreen ad every single time you're trying to use it. It served me well for two years but I've switched now. Moovit and "London Transport Live" appear to be good alternatives, for now.

  • (66 stars)

    by David Ellis on 14/07/2014

    Since the last major update, the adverts have become too intrusive.