London Tube Guide
A tube map on your iPhone or iPad is essential for any visit to London. London Tube Guide contains the latest official Tube Map from Transport for London (with travel zones) and also provides you with a station list, station finder, live status and departure boards, plus a list of over 200 places of interest accessible by Tube.Summary of Features
- Official London Tube Map from TfL
- Travel Zones displayed on map
- Live status of Tube lines
- Live departure information is available for selected stations
- Complete browsable list of Tube stations
- Find nearby stations on Google Maps
- Weekend line closures
- Points of Interest for over 200 places in London
London Tube Guide works on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and is compatible with iOS3, iOS4 and iOS5.
The map covers the whole Underground network and is the version with travel zones. You can rotate, tap, pinch and zoom to find your station or plan a route. The map also shows stations that have links to airports, mainline rail and boat services and also those that have step free access to the platform.
If you know the name of the station you require, type it into the Stations search bar or browse with your finger using the index at the side. The station list shows you which Tube lines are available at that station. Tapping on a station gives options to show it on the Tube map, on Google maps and (where available) the departures board for that station.
Should you find yourself lost in London, you can use the Finder feature to locate your nearest Tube station. This will display a list of the stations nearest to you with the distance from your current location and the Tube lines available at that station. Selecting the station will show it on Google Maps with your position updated in realtime, guiding you to the station.
The Status feature displays at a glance information for the current state of the Tube lines. When delays are present on a line, further information about the delay can be found with a single tap of your finger. This status information can help you avoid delays to your journey.
How often have you wanted to get to a place in London but not been exactly sure which is the nearest Tube station? The Places feature lists over 200 places of interest, each with the nearest Tube stations, street address, website and (where available) phone number. The places listed include: Shops, Attractions, Theatres, Parks, Galleries, Museums, Cinemas, Landmarks, Stadiums, Music Venues, Exhibition Halls and Conference Centres, plus the three London Apple Stores of course! Can't decide which place to go to? Just browse through the list using the side index.
Please note: GPS is required for the station finder feature. An internet connection is required for the line status, departures information, viewing stations on Google maps, viewing websites and finding your nearest station features. The Underground map itself does not require an internet connection, neither does viewing the station and places lists.