Ben Elliott · Apr 17, 2010 at 01:19 pm

Receive UK Rail Departure Times in Real Time

Sproxy‘s UK Rail Live Departures app allows those living under the rule of Queen Liz to stop worrying about missing a train on the UK’s infamous rail system. The Windows Mobile application allows you to input your departure and arrival location, and will then scour the official National Rail site for the most up-to-date train times, to ensure that you’re not going to have to wait for hours in the rain  for your journey home.

Once your details have been submitted, the app will tell you exactly when your train should arrive. If the information is available, it’ll even tell you which platform you need to get to to find it. It also features a simple, easy-to-use and finger-friendly design to make the app a must-have for UK residents.

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