By Mapway Limited
Tube Map is the award-winning navigation app that includes the official TfL (Transport for London) Tube Map. Tube Map - London Underground works both on and offline and is the #1 Tube Map with over 20 million downloads! Key features: • Uses the official TfL iconic Harry Beck London Underground map design. • An easy to use journey planner that works with and without an internet connection. • Check line status for delays, closures and service changes. • See what time the next Tube is due with live departures from TfL. • National Rail arrivals and departures • Journey planning made easy with real-time routing around closures and delays. • Compare the journey time and cost of different routes to find the fastest and cheapest ways to get around London. • Includes additional map views for the TfL Night Tube and Rail Network. • Use step-by-step directions in the journey planner to find your way around London. • Save your favourite routes for quick selection when on the go. • Find your closest Tube station wherever you are in London. • The Walking Tube Map shows shortcuts where it’s quicker to walk than waiting for a Tube. • Tube Map – London Underground Apple Watch app available. • Travel Guide • Exclusive features also available; First & Last Tube Times, Tube Exits and Priority Support. With over 55 million downloads worldwide, there's a Mapway app for many of the busiest transport systems in the world including New York Subway, Paris Metro, Bus Times London and Seoul Subway. Plan. Route. Relax. Like Tube Map on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @TubeMapLondon. We'd love to hear from you! Please note: whilst we endeavour to ensure that Line Status notifications are delivered in a timely manner we can’t guarantee this 100% of the time. There may be occasions when the functionality isn’t available due to technical reasons outside of our control. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Tube Map Premium available as an in-app subscription: £3.99 monthly or £9.99 annually, or as a one-off purchase of £22.99. Prices may vary by location. Cancel at any time, for any reason. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, at the cost of your chosen price tier. Subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to Account Settings in your iTunes Account. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when a subscription to that publication is purchased, where applicable. Read our terms in full at https://www.mapway.com/terms-conditions/
If you don’t subscribe to the ad free version, once an ad loads you can’t get back to the map. Extremely annoying
I’ve used this app for years. I paid for no ads and extra features. Now the developer is wanting users to pay for an annual subscription. It offers me a “one time offer” for $9.99/year. I feel like if I’ve already paid for the app, I shouldn’t be held up for a subscription, and I have no intention of paying more. TFL has a great journey planner for free.
Unless you purchase the app don’t waste your time. It’s nearly impossible to use it before the screen is replaced by an ad probably every 15 seconds max.
I’ve been using the free version of this app while I’ve been here in London for the past week and can say without reservation that it has worked well without issues. It’s well worth your time and effort to install if you need a guide for the London tube system.
Everyone was very helpful and it was smooth sailing!!
Inaccurate for trip planning. Example: West Hampstead has three stations: Jubilee Line, Thameslink and Overground. Only the Jubilee Line is on this map. The Elizabeth Line isn’t shown either, although if you search on it, there’s a very detailed description.
Don’t like the pop up ads for diapers
The ads pop up just as you are starting to find what you are looking for and are incredibly intrusive. They also freeze the app.
The Elizabeth Line opened today after years (and years) of postponement. It’s not as if this app didn’t have sufficient notice. And yet, this line is nowhere to be found in their map or their line statuses. But there are various update history over the last several weeks with the app patting itself on the back for trying hard to be better. I have two words of wisdom for them: try harder.
As a tourist, I find the app difficult to use. The trip planner is great because it helps you figure out what lines to use. It does not however give you enough information to figure out if you were going north south east west, nor does it help you figure out The final destination which is how all of the trains are labeled. So it’s not quick and easy it requires you to try to find a map try to understand what the final destination is then try to find the train then try to find the list so you understand if you hit the final destination all of which you could do without the app which makes the app almost useless.