Lifestyle National Rail Enquiries for iPhone  iPod touch and iPad on the iTunes App Store

Published on October 1st, 2012

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National Rail Enquiries

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What does it do?

The National Rail Enquiries app allows users access real-time train information straight to your device. As well as a timetable for all the train times you can also track specific trains, find out if there are any disruptions to your journey and re-plan your journey as you go, if you need to. The My Travel section allows you to save your favourite journeys and stations which means you can access these quickly and easily. Access live train times, arrivals and departures on the National Rail app or alternatively plan your journey with up to the minute travel information. Track a specific train by pinning it to My travel to watch its progress live. Through the app you can receive push notification for disruption alerts as they happen.  The app also displays tube and DLR information to plan you journey to or from London Zone 1 Underground and DLR stations. National Rail Enquiries also has a wake-up alerts features to avoid you missing you stop or getting caught out when a train divides or arrives at destination.

What’s the verdict?

Great app for commuters or those who regularly use the train to travel. The train runs live so all information is up-to-date and accurate, which is very handy when you are busy travelling. The wake-up alerts feature is great to avoid oversleeping on those 10 minute naps – it wakes you up at your stop and alerts you if the train is going to split! everything you need to travel on the train you can find on this app, making your travel experience a more enjoyable and smooth one.

Available on: iPod Touch/iPad/iPhone

Price: Free

 

 



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