At the moment, the Android apps use your phone's language for the map. Would be good if you can override this.25 votes
This is now implemented! In the latest version of the app tap the top right menu button to switch language.
BP14 Ten Mile Junction LRT station is missing from Singapore app.
Weekdays and weekend 1st train and last train timing are different for some stations. Hope can update this 2 errors.6 votes
fixed in version 7.0
I would rather prefer to charge little money than to have ads in the app12 votes
We’ve just launched ExploreMetro VIP, a great way to get ALL of our metro map apps without ads! http://www.exploremetro.com/blog/go-ad-free-with-exploremetro-vip-on-android
The latest version of Explore Seoul has a legend.
With both Chinese and English a person can read it in English and then compare the Chinese characters with those on the signs actually posted at each stop.3 votes
In Help, you can choose to show English or Chinese names for the stations on the map. For space reasons, we don’t show both simulaneously on the map.
However, if you’re looking at the map in English, just tap any station name and you can see the Chinese name shown in the information panel at the top of the screen.
I own 4 of your maps and like them a lot. I think it would be a good idea to create an Unlimited Downloads package. $10 would be a fair price.1 vote
All apps are now free to download, so it’s easy to complete your set of ExploreMetro maps :)
All applications are now free :)
For Beijing, and other Chinese metro maps, have an option to show the subway names both in Chinese characters and pinyin.8 votes
We’re adding a feature which allows you to see Pinyin for each station. This is already done for Shanghai, and will be available in Explore Beijing v5.2, available soon. See http://www.exploremetro.com/blog/pinyin-pronunciation-guides-coming-soon
It'll be great if you could include the time taken for LRT lines as well for the Singapore map. Everytime I select "bukit panjang" to some mrt station it will show "journey not supported"!18 votes
The route planner in version 7.0 now includes Singapore LRT!
Line Numbers on the map would make it easier when someone tells me to take line ... to somewhere.12 votes
We include colored “balls” at the end of each line in the most recent versions of the maps.
The latest version of the iPhone app is now available, including the Huangpu River. Our Android app and web version also have the river.
Please add support for Email And Print out for route planned from point to point or including interchange in case anyone need to suggest or help someone to travel on the metro lines3 votes
Emailing of routes is included in version 7.0.
The current offline maps in the app are not very useful. It would be better to have, for instance, an offline image from Google Maps of the stations and all their exits. They look nicer and are more useful.6 votes
We have recently added improved offline maps, including exit numbers for Shanghai.
To have update of certain mrt route close. Example circleline marmount2 votes
The Circle Line was updated in the latest update of Explore Singapore.
Explore Shenzhen has been officially launched! http://www.exploremetro.com/blog/hello-shenzhen-introducing-our-newest-exploremetro-city
This will be included in version 5.2.
Change at X station, toward X, number of stops, get off at X... These are commonplace in many other subway apps!12 votes
fixed in version 7.0 of Explore Shanghai/Beijing/Singapore/Guangzhou.
Just tap the “Details” button after planning a route.
Explore Bangkok is available now :) Visit www.exploremetro.com to download for iOS or Android
clearly state which station to transfer between the metro lines. We can not see that station in current version7 votes
This will be part of the upcoming 5.0 version. http://www.exploremetro.com/blog/offline-street-maps-in-exploremetro-5-0
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