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So I was in London last week for work. I had back to back meetings and needed to get all over town in the quickest way possible. So I downloaded City Mapper. It is a funky app that gives you a variety of routes to take to get where you need to get. It gives you different tube routes, bus routes, potential cycling routes, walking routes and even Uber options! The app breaks down each step to get you where you need to go.
I especially loved how, when jumping on the Tube it gave a break down of which rail to take, which direction and how many stops before you would need to get off the train. It does a similar break down for the bus routes.
Basically, City Mapper is the idiot’s guide to getting around a major city.
You can get a break down of your route that is relatively easy to follow or, alternatively, you can go through step by step instructions that guide you to your destination. It is the most comprehensive mapping app I’ve used. I especially liked that it indicated when tube lines were delayed or what travel options were “rain safe”…. cause we all know London is a bitch when the heavens open.
It was, without a doubt, the most used app on my phone during the week. Over and above even Whats App or Snapchat. I was so impressed with it.
My favourite feature though? When choosing the walking option it tells you how many pints or crisps you can have because you walked! Best!
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