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The Washington Post,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Navigation||5.2.1||October 13, 2017||2.44|
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Version 5.2.1 released on October 13, 2017
This release supports iOS 11, fixes a few bugs, and prepares for upcoming devices.
Version 5.2.0 released on January 26, 2017
This update returns the ability to see estimated fares for your trip. It automatically takes into account peak fare times and shows you how much you can expect to pay.
Version 5.1.0 released on September 19, 2016
This update adds iCloud sync to your favorite stations and your commute. Now, this data persists and syncs between your devices. No sign-in necessary. (Seriously, every app should do this.) It also includes the following improvements: - Added back the number of cars on each train (Sorry!). - Fixed a bug where you couldn't tap on multiple stations in the map. - Alerts weren't reloading. Now they update every 30s, and we added Pull-to-refresh. - Added Pull-to-Refresh a few other places that make sense. - Cleaned up some areas of the design, including the icons.
Version 5.0.0 released on September 13, 2016
DCRider 5 is a major release, rewritten from the ground up with a brand new design and new features to help make your commute easy and worry-free. - A rewritten Trip Planner, with the option to set your work and home stations to automatically show relevant commute information. - Embedded SafeTrack information, including schedules, maps, and shuttle schedules. - Near Me: Find the stations closest to you with a single tap. - Read the latest transportation news from the Washington Post and Express. - See all of WMATA's alerts, for the lines you use the most. - Initial support for iPad, iPad Pro, and Multitasking. We're really excited to show you what we've been working on, and we hope you enjoy it. NOTE: This release drops support for iOS 8, and adds support for iOS 10.
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DC Rider is the authoritative D.C. Metro app, from The Washington Post and Express. - The latest Metro train arrival times, for each station, direct from WMATA. - Plan your trip, estimate fares and save your commute for easy access. - Alerts, SafeTrack data, and closures, right in the app: never wonder about your station again. - The latest transportation news from The Washington Post and Express. - Tell our journalists about any Metro problems you encounter, right in the app.
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