UPDATE AUGUST 31: Update 2.0 has been released!
Version 2.0 is waiting for review (i.e. Apple will soon have a look at it). There are still some changes I’d like to make in the future, but they may have to be put on hold until life becomes less busy.
As an important note: stop names have changed in a few cases in the app. When you’re planning a journey, take these into account when choosing the right stop. A good indicator is seeing which routes go through that stop or looking the stop up under the “Display” tab.
As an example, a journey from Swiss Cottage Stn / Avenue Road to some stop might show a different route from a journey starting at Swiss Cottage Station. These stops are right next to each other, but are recorded as having different routes running through them.
Users are asked to pay attention as TFL continues to change stop names and improve its database.
So sorry about the delays. As a part-time developer, it’s hard to be able to respond to everyone’s requests.
On the bright side, I can confirm Bus Buddy 2.0 is near completion! It might be unfamiliar to old users of the app because of a new design and color scheme. Check out the new logo and be excited!
Thank you for your feedback and support,
Update 1.0.1 is available! And here’s the new icon, with 10x bigger font! Also, make sure you check out the app while it’s still FEATURED!!!
It’s every app developer’s dream to be featured in some form on the App Store, and London Bus Buddy has done exactly this just a week after being released! You can now see it in the “New and Noteworthy” section of the UK Travel store. Below is a screenshot:
Again, this would not have been possible without YOUR downloads, so thank you! And look out for 1.0.1 on the store soon!!
London Bus Buddy is up on the App Store. Give it a go and tell me what you think!
If you haven’t downloaded the app yet, the screenshots below give you an idea of how AWESOME it is!