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Question about the NYCmate Iphone and android app


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I use the app, but i dont see where you can use it. I think its locked for select testing purposes.

 

On another note, trying to figure out where the neighborhood maps are being stored.. To bad the (MTA) can't allow people to get a free map of those!

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I use the app, but i dont see where you can use it. I think its locked for select testing purposes.

 

On another note, trying to figure out where the neighborhood maps are being stored.. To bad the (MTA) can't allow people to get a free map of those!

It actually does work.But its gonna take while until it has all subway stations.I just saw that it had a Pelham Bay Park bound 6 train at 42nd st GC around 6:00.Later today i think im gonna test it to see if it works when i exit a station.

 

There is now a brooklyn bridge bound train 5 min away from 110th st.Its 6:12 am

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Well to be honest, the timetable pretty much is accurate, Unlike the paper timetables which during rh it shows trains running every 2 to 4 min or so, it gives the time. Same for railroad and bus.

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  • 1 month later...

According to their intro about the NextTrain feature, if a train is predicted to be real time, than a special indicator will show up next to that schedule time. So if a time doesn't have an indicator next to it, then the NextTrain real time ability is not in effect.

 

I've never seen the icon up to this point - I would love to hear if anyone else has. I think it relies on a critical mass before kicking in...

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