More people are ditching the smaller smartphone screen and opting to use navigation apps on their iPad. The popularity of LTE-powered devices give welcome screen real estate when trying to pinpoint train stations or read traffic alerts.
This collection of iPad-friendly apps will minimize the pain from the daily commute.
The most complete solution is Google Maps, given its city transit data built into the mapping software. By opening the navigation drawer and selecting “traffic,” users get a view of train lines, even color-coded to make it easy when looking for the orange line. While waiting at the station you can get a real-time update on when the next train or bus is supposed to arrive.
The only drawback is that sometimes the underground stations can have inconsi... Continue reading >>