orb3000 · Aug 24, 2010 at 09:00 pm

Deutsche Bahn App for WM Updated

XDA member brandi updated this interesting application for anyone using Deutsche Bahn system and connected companies. Train and bus connections in Germany now will be easy to track on this app, which on it´s updated version 0.70, brings us QVGA/WQVGA fixes, offline Stored Connections no longer get deleted if obsolete, added Language Support, and fixed some performance issues and better parsing.
The app is using Sense SDK 1.39 and will need +.NETce3.5 and SQLCE (Attached) to run properly.

Originally posted by brandi
[App][0.70][14.08.10][(W)VGA/(W)QVGA] mobileConnections – “Deutsche Bahn” App

Hey there,

I have been on XDA-Devs quite a while now, and allways loved all the goods stuff on here! So i thought it was time to give a little bit back, and I started to develope an application to look up Train connections. I am starting with the “Deutsche Bahn” and connected companies, but I am willed to expand the tool to other Companies / Countries if someone might give me a hint what service the other Companies use.

I tought there is an real need for an application like this, because the “Bahn” themselves only support the Iphone, and I allways felt so left out with my brilliant phone. So that’s going to change soon!

The App is using the brilliant Sense SDK 1.39 and will be completely fingerfriendly!

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In order to get the process moving faster, I upload the language files now here! Please feel free to translate it in any language you like, and post it here
Also the version that can handle the languagefile is now available!

Thank you!

You can find more information in the application thread.


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