Testing your app before you launch is more than advised; it’s inevitable if you want your app to succeed and avoid bad surprises. There are multiple ways of evaluating your app’s efficiency. In this post we will give you various options that hopefully will guide you in your app pre-launch phase. Preliminary Testing with iOS Simulator If you’re an app developer, you probably already know the iOS Simulator, installed as part of the Xcode tools …
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Version 1.9 released on August 17, 2010
New bus maps and subway line maps.
Version 1.88 released on June 10, 2010
This new version has less content than the last. but! has the NEW MTA map! I've also made changes to how the map loads so it should be ever faster to load and smoother to scroll. dont forget to rotate the phone for a full screen view! Check out the Free Pro version which has bus maps for Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Long Island. Also including the Long Island Rail Road and the Metro-North Railroad maps.
Version 1.66 released on June 03, 2010
All the maps I could get my hands on: Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Long Island, Staten Island and the NY Rail map. Also added an accessible tab to the map, showing stations with accessible entries. finally, all maps will now appear in full screen when rotated.
Version 1.34 released on May 03, 2010
Thanks to your feedback, I added the NY Bus and LIRR maps. Other minor changes to increase speed and reduce the possibility for errors.
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You got it NY, a subway app thats free and doesn't suck. You get the real! map, all the lines, updates (gotta have internet for that one though), a map with location, subway stations and pretty colors. Yup, all that for free. Let me know if you have any "new feature" requests!
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NYSubView Lite daily app ranking in Navigation category for the last 30 days.
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