mic_888 · Nov 1, 2010 at 03:00 am

Plan your Journeys in London with Pubtran London

Whether you’re a regular traveller around London or a just an occasional visitor, one of the best ways to get around is via the London public transport system.

And to help you find the best route forward, XDA forum member fhucho has developed a London public transit journey planner application for your mobile Android device.

The app is in beta and is based upon his Pubtran journey planner app for the Czech Republic, the XDA dev wants to create versions for more cities or countries and is looking for developers who are willing to help.

Features of Pubtran London (BETA) are:

  • Intelligent autocomplete with all London stops and stations
  • Easy to use and neat interface

Note that there is currently a bug where the app crashes when you enter a stop name that contains an apostrophe.

Pubtran London BETA is available to download for free in the Market.  To post feedback and join in discussions, check out the application thread.


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