PDX Bus, MAX, Streetcar and WES

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PDX Bus, MAX, Streetcar and WES


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Apple Travel 9.2 August 01, 2017 3.98

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Version 9.2 released on August 01, 2017
- Several bug fixes from bugs found from crash logs. - Fixed bug in which blank arrivals were displayed if commuter bookmark is triggered while already fetching data. - Minor user interface text changes.

Version 9.1 released on December 20, 2016
Fixed bookmarks so first stop is not duplicated when editing.

Version 9.0 released on December 06, 2016
9.0 (December 2016) - Updated for iOS 10. - New Portland Streetcar Map. - Fixed Trip Planner for when locale is set to several non-English locales. - Watch app is more responsive. (Updated Watch app to be a "native" Watch OS application). - Lots of bug fixes and UI tweaks (e.g. Contacts in iOS 10). - Because of Apple tools, removed iOS6/iOS7 support. - Lots of internal code changes to make new features easier to add... - Added back link to TriMet Ticket app, as they have fixed their app and it is launchable again. - Added 'Take me somewhere now' user interface for new bookmarks

Version 8.1 released on June 26, 2016
8.1 (June 2016) - Bug fixes, incuding crash when entering unknown stop ID. - Bug fixes to stop iOS 6 crashes (this is the last iOS6 version). - Watch: Added dictation and keypad (hard press from home screen) - Updated link to TriMet alert page and changed all web pages to use internal browser. - Removed link to TriMet Ticket app, as it no longer launches (their app changed - will restore this when they fix it)

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PDX Bus is an award winning application that displays arrival times for public transport in Portland, Oregon. ** PDX Bus won Best in Show at the CivicApps.org awards ** This little application uses the Internet to quickly access TriMet's live tracking data to display arrival times perfectly formatted for the iPhone. It allows you to bookmark frequently used stops, displays recently accessed stops, and gives details for arrivals which are en-route. You can enter the stop "id" of the stop (as displayed at each stop or station) or you can browse the routes for the stop. Feature includes: - Interactive rail maps, showing the MAX, WES and Streetcar stops. - Embedded maps, showing locations of stops, and when available, the last known position of the bus or train. - Use GPS to locate nearby stops or rail stations. - Browse routes and stops, show an entire route on the map. - Links to TriMet route information. - Displays Rider Alerts, and Detours. - A "Nighttime visibility flasher" - a flashing screen that can be used at night so that drivers can see you. TriMet suggests holding up a cell phone to make yourself visible to bus drivers. -Trip Planning - now you can use the same trip planning feature that is available on TriMet's web site. - Specially formatted text to work with the iPhone 3GS VoiceOver accessibility feature to speak arrivals. - QR code reader to read codes at bus stops and stations Route and arrival data provided by permission of TriMet. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Note: this free application was developed as a volunteer effort to provide a service for TriMet riders, the developer has no affiliation with TriMet, or Apple. Suggestions and feedback are welcome.

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