egzthunder1 · Jun 1, 2010 at 02:05 pm

Find your Way Around with CityAdvisor 1.1.3

A few months back, there was an article written about an app that is used to get information on the go about public transportation systems in various parts of the world (see article here). XDA member x_sliver has recently updated his app to version 1.1.3 and the Map Creator companion app to 1.08. These two apps give the user the ability to search for and create their custom maps for transportation systems in different parts of the world. The app has been updated a few times since the aforementioned article, so make sure that you look at the full change log to learn about all the improvements made to this software.

What’s new in CityAdvisor 1.1.3.56

  • Reorganized Advanced Serch window.
  • Can set a station to be avoided as a transfer station.
  • The cab and exe were signed to avoid installation failed

MapCreator is also updated to 1.0.8, Please see the 2nd post. to know the details about Map Creator, please view the attached document MC1.0.6.11.pdf.zip in 2nd POST

If you find translation errors, thank in advance to tell me that i can correct them.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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