Transit app complication

Discussion in 'Apple Watch Apps' started by Germwise, Sep 11, 2016.

  1. Germwise macrumors regular

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    I live in dc and ride the metro. Over of my favorite iOS apps is transit, fort it's night shade metro widget.

    Essentially, I can pull down my night shade, and the widget instantly figures out skill the train times for the metro station nearest me based on location.
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    It lets me know whether I should put a pep in my step to catch the next train, or if I can take it easy. There used nothing worse than seeing your train arteriovenous at the station when you are s quarter block away ( especially if it's not rush hour and it could be 20 mind to the next train).


    It would be amazing if I could add s complication to the watch that would do the same for my most used metro line. Does transit already do this? I'd there any app that does?
     
  2. BarracksSi Suspended

    BarracksSi

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    Transit has an app for the watch (as you probably know), but it looks like they haven't added a complication yet.

    Check CityMapper, though. I forgot that I have it; I may have even used it before.
     
  3. gwhizkids macrumors 68020

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    CityMapper is great in NYC. And it sounds like they have a big update ready for WatchOS 3 (judging by their update over the weekend that said "This is NOT the WatchOS3 update".)
     
  4. mjohansen macrumors regular

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    When I launch Citymapper on my S2 watch it just says "Updating City - Please wait while we get city details". How long does that take?
     
  5. Germwise thread starter macrumors regular

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    The city mapper app isn't very helpful to me. You need to initiate a navigation by indicating where you are headed before you get information on public transportation.

    I go to the same places. I know where I am going and I don't need directions. What I am really interested in is getting info on train/bus availability.

    Am I don't something wrong?

    I've also tried using the transit app. No complication, but I docked the application for easy access. The problem i'm having with it is SUPER slow refresh. When I pull down the widget on my iphone, it immediately reaches out to the server and within 2-5 seconds I have the info. On the phone, It can take 20-30 seconds. Sometimes, it never updates!

    I'm hoping these issues are fixed as this is one of the primary use cases for my apple watch.
     
  6. BarracksSi Suspended

    BarracksSi

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    Some screenshots of CityMapper's complications:
    Starting a trip:
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    No trip set:
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  7. kennysabarese macrumors newbie

    kennysabarese

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    Completely agree about Transit being slow and needing a complication. Does anyone know how to filter apps in a way to see only those that have a complication?
     

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