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Application for “Deutsch Bahn” Released
We have seen over the last few months a myriad of new apps both for Android and iPhone, whose only purpose is to inform us about scheduling, connections, etc of mass transport in certain areas of the world. In this case, xda member brandi has just released the first beta of his app, which at this point only deals with the Deutsch Bahn and some of its connections. However, the dev has already offered that this app could be extended to be used in other parts of the world as well. The best part? The app is finger-friendly
Beta 0.1 Released
I have produced a first early beta version!
It does only give basic travel information. Please, if you want try it and tell me what you feel.
- Search for Train and Bus connections in Germany.
- Correction if the town was not found by input.
- Travel time, delay etc…
You can follow the development in the original thread
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