Terminal Master (US$ 3.99) for iPhone and iPad has all the info you ‘d ever before have to know regarding every terminal on London’s Underground, Overground and Docklands Light Train network. If you live in London, are preparing a travel to London, or you simply have a fascination with London’s trains and stations, the app has a wealth of understanding to help you far better understand and take a trip the network.
The just recently updated application, co-created by Geoff Marshall, the Guinness World Document Owner for taking a trip to all tube terminals in the fastest time possible, now features 3D maps of all 270 stations, so you could view every stations layout in its entirety. Other app functions consist of Leave details, Accessibility details, station centers (WiFi, commodes, shops etc), transport links from terminals (buses, National Rail, pattern hire) and travel ideas, details and station history realities.
My favored function is Leave Information, which shows exactly which train carriage and door to exit a train from, so you can make the fastest exit from a system using passage, lift or corridor. It’s a wonderful sensation when you leave a train and stroll straight via to the system exit, staying away from the stress of fellow commuters and tourists trying to find their means. An additional wonderful feature is the apps info on terminal availability, with information on lift availability, dimensions of spaces in between train and system, and even stairway counts.
Something to keep in mind is that Terminal Master is not a route organizer, but rather a tool to navigate the stations you make use of when taking a trip London’s railways. As a side note, the application developers run an interesting blog site on all points London-train / application related. It’s worth taking a look at.