Transit App for Android Updated With Best. Release. Notes. Ever.

All joking aside, the updates to the Transit App for Android are great.  The latest build, version 3.7.3 for those keeping score at home, has a lot of bug fixes for some annoying things that were in the app.  For those who aren’t familiar with it, Transit App gives you public transportation, Car2Go information and other transportation information for you where you are and how to get where you are going.  It services a long list of cities around the world and it is my go-to app when it comes to figuring out when my next bus or train is leaving for a destination (I’m one of the maybe 3 Americans who doesn’t actually own a car by choice).

Besides all the bug fixes in the release, and there are plenty, I have to give the Montreal based company a lot of credit.  They can certainly poke fun at themselves.  The release notes along are worth the update just so you can read them.  Again and again.

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Rather than give you my normal run down of what’s fixed in the app, I’m just going to paste the release notes from this update to Transit app for Android.  Enjoy.

-Fixed issue where we’d send out debug notifications to users

Transit app for Android
Transit app for Android
-You don’t have to worry about it anymore because we successfully debugged our debug bug
-All alarms were previously being displayed in Eastern Standard Time
-Apparently there are these things called “time zones”
-Midnight in Montreal is no longer midnight in Paris
-Shout out to the British Longitude Act of 1714 for making this possible
My personal favorite of this list is the “shout out” to the British Longitude Act of 1714.  Well played Transit app team.  Well played.
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