Moovit: All Transit Options App Reviews

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What is moovit: all transit options app? Moovit is one app for all your urban mobility and transit rides.

Transportation is an integral part of urban living. Whether you ride the train, subway, bus, light rail, ferry or metro, use dockless scooters, bikes, ride-sharing like Uber or Lyft, getting the best urban mobility information is critical. Enter Moovit! Moovit provides riders with a one-stop-shop journey experience to help them get from point A to B in the easiest and most efficient way. Get train and bus times, maps, and real-time arrival information with ease so that you can plan your trip with confidence. Pay and validate your rides. Find critical alerts and service disruptions for your favorite lines. Get step-by-step directions of optimal route bus, train, metro, bike, scooter or a combination of them.

Moovit guides more than 930 million users in over 3400 cities throughout the world. Commuters will find updated bus and train times, transit maps, and, where available, real-time line arrivals. Locate nearby bus stops and train stations, travel with on-the-go live navigation guidance, receive get-off alerts when approaching your destination to ensure a smooth ride. That's why Moovit has been named one of the best apps of the year in 2017 by the App Store.

Moovit is your personal assistant for all your transit rides!

► Real-time arrivals. View real-time arrival information, which is taken directly from GPS devices positioned on buses and trains. Avoid wasting time guessing train times or bus times.

► Digital payment. Purchase bus & train tickets and validate your digital pass with a tap (select cities).

► Real time alerts. Know about issues ahead of time by receiving service alerts such as emergency or unexpected disruptions, delays, traffic jams, new construction, and more so that you can plan ahead if your bus time or train time changed.

► Live Directions. Get step-by-step bus directions and other transit directions with live guidance from A-to-B: Know how long you need to walk to your station, view your line's arrival time, receive get-off alerts as you approach your destination, and more.

► Visualize Your Stop. Use augmented reality to locate your bus or train stop with "Way Finder".

► User reports. Moovit’s users report issues found with stations, line service, and schedules so that we can inform all nearby riders about what’s going on in their area.

► Favorite lines, stations, and places. Get easy access to lines, stations, and places you ride and visit all the time. Plus, get real-time updates if/when there are changes to your favorite lines in case your bus time or train time is impacted!

► Bike routes. Get bike routes in addition to the bus, subway, train, or metro trip plans. If you ride bikes (yours or shared) we can plan a route that includes the train or bus. Moovit will help you plan a trip that meets your transit-needs. Bike docking stations are updated in real-time. Bike trip plans are only available in supported metro areas.

► Maps view. Interested in seeing the whole picture? View all stations, routes, and lines on the subway or bus map. Additionally, maps are available in PDF for when you’re offline, or underground on the subway.

Moovit is the #1 urban mobility app in the world. We’re proud to collaborate with public transit agencies across the United States, including:
NJ Transit
LA Metro
MTA Maryland
Sound Transit

You only need one app on your phone to navigate nearby buses and transit in the U.S. and across 112 other countries and in 45 languages. If you’d like to know bus times and train times all around the world or if you need to find out when the last bus leaves a certain bus stop Moovit has you covered. You ride, we guide!

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Moovit: All Transit Options Version 5.96.103 July 2022

- SMART TRIPS - Do you prefer taking the bus or are you a scooter person? Let us know by selecting your preferred and less preferred means of transportation (bus, train, underground, shared bikes, shared scooter, taxi, etc.) during your commutes, and Moovit will customize your route accordingly. In some cases, if there are no better routes to suggest, Moovit may suggest modes of transportation less preferred by you, in order to make sure you get to your destination. -Give us feedback about your route in the Directions screen with a quick thumbs up or down. Let us know if the route is relevant for you. If so, we will show you more routes similar to this. If the route wasn’t helpful, you can share with us the reason why it wasn’t relevant for you..

Moovit: All Transit Options Version 5.92.104 May 2022

This version includes several bug fixes and performance improvements..

Moovit: All Transit Options Version 5.88.002 March 2022

Know in real-time how crowded your station/next bus is and help others know by self-reporting * Know whether or not your station/next bus will be crowded based on user reports from within the last 10 minutes (when available). * Help other riders know in advance how crowded the station/next bus is by reporting crowdedness levels..

Moovit: All Transit Options Comments & Reviews 2022

- Good and helpful app

Update: 6-5: most of the issues I described are from me not understanding how to use the app. GPS still lags, but have a little patients and the route always updates. Great app. I have been using this app for a week. I am visiting family in Hawaii(Oahu). I would be lost without the help of this app. The minor things I have experienced with the app is the gps seems to lag. When I set my destination, as I begin to walk I didn’t see the icon move in the app. Until a few minutes later, also when I begin my trip I read what it says, but at times it is not clear which way to go. Another thing I noticed, when the app tells you what bus to catch, it may give you multiple bus numbers. When I catch one of the bus, the bus number does not match. When the bus moves, the icon does not move, until a few moments later. Then the app seems to catch up and it begins to show the route and the location of where you at as you progress along your trip. It should give and option to select what bus you are on. I am still learning how to use this. I guess I said all that to stay this. When you set your destination, it should lock in your destination choice. I have of habit of planning other destination along my route, my original destination seems to get lost and I struggle to find my original route I planned. You can use Google maps to do the same as this app, but Moove it does it way better. If traveling, I highly recommend this app.

- Pocket Travel Guide

Moovit is a must have. We used it nonstop while on our NYC vacation. NYC is big and spread out but getting around is a snap with this app. Just punch in where you want to go (restaurant, hotel, attraction, address, etc...) and it tells you how long it will take to get there and (1) which subway station is closest, (2) gives you gps walking directions to get there, (3) tells you which line to get on, (4) lets you know how many minutes until the next 3 subways on that line will arrive at your station, (5) tells you how many stops until you need to get off, (6) shows you a list of all the stops until your departure, (7) updates that list as you ride, (8) alerts you before your last stop telling you to get off, and (9) gives you walking directions to wherever you are trying to get to. As a visitor I don’t know the terminal ends of the subway lines, and that is what the subways say on them and on the signs. It would give users more confidence if the app said “D toward Brighton Beach” so you feel better about getting on a train going towards a destination you don’t know. That said, the app was always right and the only time we got on the right line going the wrong direction was because we second guessed the app.

- Most Useful App I Own

Just took a trip to Italy, France and Portugal and used this in Rome, Venice, Paris and Lisbon. It automatically changes your metro city, tells you which bus/train/metro/vaporetto/traghetto to take, gives you time estimates for your whole trip as well as public transport schedules. You can pick your route based on what’s available right now, when you want to leave, or when you want to arrive, so it’s super handy when you’re trying to figure out when to leave your hotel the next morning to get to exhibit “x” by 8 am. You can also choose your departure location so you can start from your location now or pick where you’ll be in 2 hours so you can plan your day. They also alert you of closures and problems, track your progress in real time via gps, and alert you when your stop is coming up. This app allowed us to safely and effectively ride public transport in countries where we did not speak the language. SO effective and reduced the stress of figuring out cheap transportation. Really, this app is a 100 out of 5 stars, absolutely LOVED it!!!!

- Might as well just use google maps

I had no problems with this app in the beginning, sure this app has really annoying ads but I didn’t consider it to be an issue. It gave me good routes and I followed them with no issues, I like the features where it alerts you when to get off and when to get on a bus, but it seems like sometimes those features are faulty. Yesterday, my actual time of arrival was 50 min later than the eta that moovit initially provided! I was waiting for a bus that moovit told me to get on (moovit did not give me another bus option, which it does do other times) and after the bus didn’t come in the time slot, I reloaded the app to find that it now was recommending me to take another bus, that had already left the stop I was at! This increased my eta by 20 min as well. Although I was frustrated, I had planned to come early and it was fine. In my many panics of using the app, the annoying ads will pop up, close, and then the app will constantly load until you restart it. Not a big issue, but immensely nerve racking. But after reloading it, my eta was increased by another 30 more min?? To close, I feel like the best strength of this app is to just the ability meticulously plan ahead, but at that point you may use a service like google maps that does not have any ads that completely restrict you from using it.

- Impressive Moovit App

This app fills a much-needed niche that was lost when the APT (Association for Public Transportation) Car-Free Books quit being published. Bravo! This is a relatively thorough and comprehensive guide with most of the local transit authorities having coverage. Being able to pick out favorites is a good thing. Missing are local transit networks in western MA like the PVTA (Pioneer Valley Transit Authority) which serves greater Springfield and the Pioneer Valley near the Connecticutt River. There may be other such local transit authorities near Pittsfield MA or in the far western MA areas to get to summer arts and music events that might be included as well. It might also perform better in dark mode on iOS devices on the mapping. Map details disappear in dark mode at present. In the Lines domain, it might be helpful to indicate major places like Supermarkets, Malls, or Stadiums in parentheses next to the listed stops and cross streets. It might also be useful to make a link next to the transit stop icons that lights up the corresponding verbal listing and vice versa when selected on the map. These are minor set-backs which are easily fixed by the addition of pertinent information and a bit of tweaking by your webmaster/webmistress.

- Best

I have honestly not tried any other apps like this. But I don’t believe I will need to. In my opinion, I believe New York is one of the busiest and most confusing places to ever travel and use transportation in. I’ve use this app my entire trip and it has helped me tremendously. I am more comfortable going out because I know that I can get to and from without getting lost. I would say if you have a hard time paying attention to detail this app may be confusing. In New York different subways are named the same but they are in fact not all the same so with this app you have to make sure you enter and exit the exact place that it tells you or you will end up not in the right spot. But once you’ve successfully use this App once you’ll be able toUse the subways and metro buses like a pro. even if you into the wrong subway entrance it gives you what stop to look for and in the subways it tells you what stops are coming up so you know that if it doesn’t match then you’re in the wrong spot. I definitely would recommend this app

- Made LA Easy

I sold my car about 4 months ago and decided to give LA Public Transit a try. It took me a bit to get acquainted with the properly, but once I figured out how everything worked it was truly a life saver. So far, the app has been incredibly accurate with regard to their real-time bus arrivals. It also does well with connecting you to other types of public transportation and has been pretty accurate with real-time predictions of the Metro trains. Their customer service is also great. I have email them a few times with questions or suggestions and they’ve always gotten back to me within the day. My first wish is to be able to customize your route so that you don’t have to use the suggested ones or if there is an area you’d like to avoid when traveling. My second wish is that you could plan ahead. Once you hit play, it will begin navigating you. It would great to have a function where you could set the app to being navigating for a future date and it remind you to leave. Similar to what you can do with Waze.

- My most used app as a NY/NJ college student

Moovit is the best and most reliable public transportation app I’ve ever used. I found lots of other apps to be confusing or not efficient for what I needed and honestly there’s too much good to write about to fit it all. They have directions for anything from buses to ferries, it’s all customizable for your needs such as less walking or best route or least transfers(my personal favorite). Also the live schedules where you can see how soon the bus or e.t.c. is arriving in real time is very useful. Despite this feature being available in many apps moovit is the most accurate I’ve found. I’ve used this app for about 3 years now and I can’t imagine using anything else. All that being said, just like any app there are occasional glitches and public transportation is always a learning experience no matter how good the app is. But all in all this app is very user friendly, efficient and a must have for any commuter anywhere.

- Felt like a tourist !$$$

I haven’t had to use the local transportation system in a minute but I had to this time and a lot of miracles happen because I did !$$$ so for one I’m thankful to even have this kind of service available to the public !$$$ I met a wonderful woman who would then introduce me to my Soul Mate !$$$ guess I was wrong when I said “ it only happens in the movies “ !$$$ and I also took the wrong number bus with no money left and had to turn back so I got two returned passes !$$$ only took longer because I messed up !$$$ if you use the App “Moovit” it becomes impossible to get lost and is all practically free !$$$ also it was mostly empty after 6 pm so it was confortable Bus route !$$$ over all I give this experience a 5/5 !$$$ have a great rest of your time on earth !$$$

- What Happened?

I am not one to write bitter, scathing reviews, but I have used this app so often over the past three years, I felt the need to say something. First of all, the app’s accuracy and detail rivals anything else I have used, and I commute exclusively by transit and have for years and years. Moovit has been wrong on a handful of occasions, but no more than I have fingers in one hand, which is pretty dang good for something I’ve been using over several years. About a month ago, more and more ads started popping up - first an acceptable amount for a free app that has been essential to me, now an unbearable amount. Like, can’t press any single thing on the screen without getting an ad (half of which pause my music, which is a criminal offense imo), rendering the app all but unusable. I am telling you, developers, I would readily pay for this app monthly over this. It’s worth it. But when I’m rushing to see a transit schedule and have several ads pop up before I can even pull up the proper route, that’s defeating the purpose of the app.

- Great App, but still has issues

Moovit incorporated much more aggressive advertising this year that briefly delayed transit directions before re-designing ad popups to obstruct content less with banners near the bottom of the screen. I’m adding a star back for fixing that irritating issue, but there are still some bugs that the developer team must fix: 1. Bus routes are too optimistic for traffic conditions around Tel Aviv. For example, I missed two connecting busses because the first bus was a minute late to a scheduled stop—a regular occurrence for which the algorithm needs to account. 2. Sometimes the app seems to crash or lose track of your trip mid-travel. Related, if you calculate a trip, then leave 4-5 min later, then nothing is automatically recalculated to ensure you have sufficient time to reach the departure station. So you have to manually end the current trip, back out several screens, then re-enter the destination and re-calculate fresh transit options. 3. Notifications and/or GPS tracking continues to be a bit buggy. Busses often arrive multiple minutes early or late with little or no warning/notifications. And the GPS seems to lag behind your actual position with the compass (direction you are facing) also being inaccurate at times. This review is based upon the current app version in late June 2022 using an iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 Pro.

- What NYC and surrounding areas need

It does what it says: finds the fastest, easiest, or laziest route to your destination by cross-referencing differing forms of Public Transportation (which you can filter) and then synchronizing them to achieve an optimal route. It’s like Waze or Google Maps but for ALL forms of Public Transportation. Most detailed and informed app I’ve come across for PT riders. This is like Google Map’s PT options, but far superior in scope and function. COMPLAINT: One thing I can’t seem to figure out is how the step-by-step preview works. Like if I get a route that’s showing 1:20, 1:35; and 1:50 as viable boarding times for the 40-Bus line, and I choose the 1:50 time, will the train I’m taking the 40-Bus to still arrive around the same time it did for the 1:20 bus? I haven’t found a way to specify/edit certain time schedules to my own schedule. TL;DR the app is top of its class, but User Interface could be more intuitive and less bloated.

- Great app if you can deal with ads

I’ve had this app for almost a year now and they just started putting ads into the app heavily. I mean nobody likes ads of course and they’re annoying to deal with but when you’re standing outside afraid to miss your bus trying to figure out where to go or if your phone is on 5% and you’re figuring out what bus comes next before it dies and then an ad pops up in your face. It’s extremely frustrating and sometimes stressful to deal with. I understand this app doesn’t really have a choice considering they aren’t earning money any other way that’s why I kept the app and tried dealing with it but I wish they did it in a better way or come up with a better way to show ads because this is honestly ridiculous and I’m starting to hate the app. I used to recommend this app constantly to all my friends and family because we all took public transportation for school or for work but now I want to delete it myself honestly.

- I love it… but the ads…

I’ve used this when it first came out years ago. I left it because it was clearly still developing and didn’t quite fit my needs but I saw it could be something. Fast forward a few years and I’m back and it everything I expected it to become. Until the ads hit. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not against monetizing the app, it at the point where it’s worth it’s weight in coin. But the ads are aggressive - when you are deciding between two transit options and minutes count, a full length ad that won’t go away for nearly a minute is a liability. Give me the option to opt out of the ad, I’d gladly pay a few bucks for the app - it’s proven itself. But being forced to deal with these invasive pop ups was the beginning of the end for my former go-to app. I really like Moovit.. please don’t make me have to moov on…

- Great app

I’ve always found this app pretty reliable. Sometimes the timing can be off by a few minutes, so even if you think you missed your bus, wait another 3-5 minutes if you have time to spare. Likewise if you’re trying to make a run for a bus that’s “arriving soon”, there a chance you might’ve missed it already. There has been days where service would be down because of maintenance or something else for buses/train lines. I wish there was an option for users to submit that in and have other users to confirm for a faster update on routes. I’m not sure if there has been an update on it, but the last time I looked through report options, I didn’t see a “down for maintenance” in the selection

- Excellent app for anybody who uses public transport

I started taking the bus to and from my college campus, and for someone who hadn’t used the bus before and had no idea when and where to go, this app saved me so much hassle. It’s overall pretty user friendly and the bus times are generally accurate (with a few exceptions). On a couple occasions it didn’t show the fastest route or it gave the wrong times but otherwise it was fine. The search function is a little bit odd. If you type in your desired location (a store or a bank or a park) it won’t show you the closest option to you. The first option on the list will be something that’s miles and miles away or in a different city when there’s definitely a closer option. Overall, a great app that just needs a couple of tweaks.

- I’d recommend this to everyone!

I’m not lying, at first I got TheBus2 despite their review but then when I found the link to the app on their website by accident, I was honestly surprised how good the app was! It’s easy for me to navigate, I just found out that it will notify you when to get off, you can search up all the bus lines in your area, it tells you how long a walk to a stop is, and you can even call an Uber! It’s honestly amazing! I don’t see this app as social media or location revealing since at the beginning, the app does ask if you want the app to use locations all the time, sometimes, or never. But if you are a parent and are considering this app for you or your child, I would definitely get it! How would I know? This is my first year catching the bus as I am an incoming freshman!

- Best Transit App Ever

This app continues to astound me with its realtime updates and thorough coverage of my city. I downloaded it one day when I had walked a long ways from the bus stop I had gotten off at, and wondered if there were a better way home than walking back. The app used my location to detect a bus stop two blocks from where I was standing and told me the bus line number and that it was due to arrive in a few minutes and then every 17 minutes. It even showed me the current progress along its route of the bus arriving in a few minutes. Moovit is thorough, and well designed and integrated. I have nothing but positive for this terrific app. It even automatically switched to the Chicago maps and lines when I flew into Chicago O’Hare.

- Must have for The City

I frequently roam NYC and this app is absolutely amazing... No fuss, no worry, it’s extremely efficient, reliable and **thorough**. This is amazing for someone who is planning a trip to NYC. Whether you need help getting around, or use it as a back up like myself, it never fails and you will not get lost or overwhelmed within the concrete jungle. MOOVIT navigates you to the *exact* location of the desired subway entrance (even has the price listed for NYer newbies) and gives names of the exact line. It’ll never put you on an express when you need a local, you’re always in good hands. I’ve haven’t had an issue with this app to date, only positives. I have not used this app for bus transportation but will in the future and assume things will be just as seamless.

- Good app, sometimes bad calculations

Moovit works great in general, but for public transit in Israel it made bad calculations for multibus trips for me. For example, I am at A and trying to go to B by public transit. Moovit tells me to walk 9 minutes to a bus stop, take bus 1 to a different stop, then take bus 2 to my destination. The problem is, bus 1 leaves in 6 minutes, and the next one won’t get me to the stop for bus 2 until after bus 2 has left, leaving me stranded at the bus 2 stop, especially when bus 2 comes only once an hour. I have to check Moovit’s math anytime I want to use it to ensure that the timing works out, and it often doesn’t. I don’t how that happens and it is quite frustrating and I have missed meetings over it. EDIT: Update to four stars for high quality and prompt customer service to help fix the problem.

- Moving around with Moovit by your side.

I have been using moovit for this last year and found it to be a rather remarkable app, that replaced the best alternatives to it in the form of the Transit app. As in addition to the shortcomings off the app, in its offline modes, when connected it’s such a wonderful program for live travel info in one easy to use platform. I got stuck for what bus to catch, as the signage wasn’t clear and Google maps and Siri kept making bad suggestion, like take a bus going the wrong way and the journey will take 23 hours. But Moovit, showed me not only the local bust stops location, but in their search feature, it was very helpful to not only find a bus when I was struggling to walk and breath, as it transpired I had blood-clots in my chest, it wasn’t too far away and I not only got the correct train, but in time to catch the later train to get home :0) So yes I recommend it. The offline mode would be helpful if it had the ability to download a areas maps, so my data usage could go down, when traveling, but to get the correct info is ever so helpful, in tome sensitive situations, and Moovit is a good solution.

- Intrusive pop up ads every second

Moovit worked fine for what it was before they decided to integrate pop-ups. Now I do understand the need to monetize your app and pay developers, and I have nothing against ads at all (Google and Waze have ads all over their maps). But these pop ups are obnoxious, intrusive and take up valuable time when you are quickly trying to check a route or bus. And it’s not just one per trip, it’s like every third thing you click triggers an ad. It’s a huge inconvenience when when you’re pressed for time. It’s gotten to the point where I’m using Google more than Moovit, even though Moovit’s times are better. At least Google doesn’t shove video ads in my face when I’m running late to the bus. Moovit, fix your profit model. Pop-up ads are not the solution. At the bare minimum, tweak the ads so they don’t interrupt user experience.

- Too many ads with the new update

I have been using this app for about two years and it has been working great (especially during the time when there were no ads). The update a few months ago added pop-up ads which was quite annoying at times but is tolerable. The latest update with video ads, however, was so inconvenient for users since you have to wait for a few seconds before closing the ads. This is not some game apps where people are willing to sit through the whole ads just to get some bonus. To developers, please remember that people only click on this app to get to somewhere they want to be. We only use this for a few minutes per day and would not worth our time looking at all the video ads in this app when there are other options that works similarly (some with even better ui) but without ads.

- Arrival times are always wrong.

This app is wonderful for showing me how to get anywhere. I moved to Israel from the US and regardless of my horrible Hebrew skills, I can travel anywhere comfortably using this app. The huge drawback is arrival times of busses and the stated end-of-trip arrival times. When waiting for a bus, often a green real time indicator will show a bus is arriving in X minutes. But I find I need to add about 2 extra minutes to that number in the end. Or it will say the bus is arriving in 1 minute, but that displays for 4 minutes. I have been late to almost every single meeting I have planned using this app. To the point of where I now know I have to add 30-75 extra minutes to Moovit’s estimated arrival time. One time I was 2 hours late to a meeting 18 km away because Moovit gave me a trip plan where the buses never showed up! No holiday, no road construction, no Shabbat, just a regular day.

- Saved me so much time and effort.

I recently moved to a location where it would be a 20min walk to the subway. Siri maps transit option DOES NOT DO WHAT THIS APP DOES. WHICH IS SAVE YOU TIME FOR YOUR COMMUTE. Jeez I can finally sleep in a little longer. A friend recommended this app because I told her my struggle of my commute. I downloaded this app and it gave me so many options for my morning commute. I was able to find an express bus close by because of this app. So it cut my commute time in half! I love how it gives me two options of when my bus is coming. Just in case I miss the first one, I have some relief because I know when the next one is. I wish everyone had this app if you’re a morning commuter. You might just save your self some time!

- Must have app!

This app is so incredibly helpful! I moved to Europe for a few years and cramming in as much traveling as possible. No matter where I go, moovit makes getting around the destination city a breeze. Especially bc you can pick a destination place (like a restaurant) and not have to know the nearest transportation stop name. My only annoyance is re the stations page...not all bus stops show unless you zoom in. I’d rather see them all piled up indication I should zoom then none at all. I really only use this doing advanced planning bc I like to walk a lot to explore cities. But this isn’t a big deal bc if you search a route from current location (once there), it’ll show you the nearest and fastest options.

- Move it Is a Must!

I live in Denver, CO & am currently sans automobile. After a summer of spending too much money on ride shares & rentals, my bank account necessitated a different strategy. Despite living in Denver for 10 years with increased public transportation options throughout the years, I had always been hesitant to give them a real opportunity. Having moved from Chicago & utilizing the El, Metro Train & truly great a bus system, I was a non-believer in Denver’s RTD. Fast-forward to a job opportunity requiring a commute. A quick search through the App store led me to Move it & I haven’t looked back since. It’s user-friendly (I’m Gen X) & most of all reliable. Now I just need to figure out how to download the bus pass to my phone!

- Use this app if you like getting screwed over

I live in Israel. This app has screwed me and my friends over too many times. It will tell you a bus is coming at a certain time and then it just never shows up. Then, you look for another route and it tells you that the exact same bus is coming in 10 minutes instead- which it doesn’t. Today I had to walk 2 km to get to another stop because it was the only available route after I wasted 15 minutes waiting for a bus that never came. After I got off that bus I had a connection bus to take me to my final destination, but surprisingly enough that bus also never came. I ended up getting to my destination a few hours late due to factors that were not even in my control. I do have to give this app some credit because it works most of the time, but I can’t even remember how many times it screwed me over.

- Makes life with public transportation a dream!

When I got totally fed up with traffic and parking in Jerusalem I decided to try public transportation. After missing the bus several times because it arrived (and departed) earlier than scheduled, I decided to give moovit a try. At first I only used it to take the bus from my rural community to the city. On days I had to get around to several places in the city I still took my car. Sine realizing the convenience of knowing exactly how to take buses correctly and efficiently in the city, I never take my car anymore. I save aggravation and money and get to feel that I’m part of the solution instead of the problem. I use it now all over the world.

- UX/UI needs updating

The user interface (UI) is pretty congested. In looking for something simple like what time a bus or train leaves from a specific stop, it’s pretty hard to find this information without having to look through a lot of other content/design. Something like transportation departure and arrival times should be pretty prominent/easy to find. Also, in the settings, it says Moovit’s language will mirror my phone settings. My phone is set to English and the language in the app is appearing in Spanish, which makes it impossible to understand when a train/bus schedule is modified. Please update the UX so that the language actually mirrors our phones as promised OR add a feature that allows users to manually change our language directly in the app.

- I love this app, however…

This app is convenient for me as I usually travel by transit these days. I recommend this app to anyone hoping to check bus times quick and save your most used bus time schedules. However my only request is that you make this app more easier to understand. I feel like it is so confusing finding when a bus leaves and departs. I wish I could look up a bus and it shows me the day’s arrival and departure schedule. It requires too much looking around and searching to find what you are looking for. I want more specific information about busses and it to be easily and intuitively accessible. If this problem was addressed then to me this app would be 10/5 stars.

- Becomes useless with time

I really found this app useful during the first couple of months of use in several different cities (but not all because it's really useless in some cities). I read reviews that the ads were a problem but it didn't match my experience. Now however it does match my experience. Ads have now become so bad that I have missed connections and had to abandon trips. The problem is that they hired how to dismiss the ad in such a way that it becomes very hard to dismiss and then when you accidentally activate the ad you lose your trip. It forced me to stop using the app. This is really a shame because I feel it is a well-designed app. I considered subscribing but the price is just too high and amazingly the instructions for how to subscribe didn't work within the app!

- Phenomenal! Add fares?

The app works nearly flawlessly and does exactly what I need it to. I use it for buses, but besides telling me accurately when the buses should be arriving (where I live it’s accurate to within a minute), it also gives me good walking directions for the part of my route that doesn’t have a bus. It’s amazing and I use it frequently. Two recommendations: add fares for buses and trains. It would be great to know how much to expect to spend on a trip before I leave so I can bring exact change. The other recommendation is to be aware of unavailable routes, like paths through private property. Fully deserving of 5 stars though.

- My only source for transportation, THE BUS

Amazing App, notifications settings for snow days, cancellations, and route updates and exactly where your bus is at anytime, late or right on time, very grateful for this app, using the call centers or dispatch I've had lots of troubles with customer service and help with bus schedules, times, and reservations it no reservations through this pandemic we’ve all had to face, one terminal will awmd you to the other one says you have to make a reservation the next will say you don't or you don't on saturdays totally contradicting what the other says in regards to your schedule and departures! Awesome amazing app here and no confusion

- Drop from Glory

This app used to be great. A few changes have occurred the last few months that have made it extremely frustrating. Before, I could load previous trips from the home screen. This meant not only the two locations I was traveling between, but the time at which I had searched for the trip. This was extremely useful because if the app closed, I could reload the trip at the push of a button, and know exactly where I was on the route and when I needed to get off. The second thing that changed is that the app crashes very frequently in the background. When I’m traveling and have to reload the route, I now have to wait until I get on a stop so that the app can show me the bus I’m currently on. This can get extremely frustrating when I’m traveling on routes I’m not used to. In addition, when I have Live Directions set, the app still crashes in the background! I just had it happen and that got me to write this review. It’s so frustrating that the app crashes a lot and I can’t reload entire trips from the home page. Just adding that one functionality back into the app would make a huge change in performance and usability of the app. Can the developers explain why they got rid of it?

- Unreliable but some useful features

I have primarily used Moovit with AC Transit in Berkeley and Oakland, and the app has been very unreliable regardless of the line, time of day, or day of the week. It usually doesn’t get the arrival times right. I made the mistake of not checking nextbus today, and now I will be standing at a bus stop for the next half hour because Moovit didn’t take into full account tracked buses and the unreliability of bus schedules. I downloaded the app with the hopes of having an alternative to nextbus, but unfortunately was disappointed. The only redeeming quality of the app is the fact that the app provides you with notifications as to when you should prepare to get on or off your bus. However, even this is flawed, as arrival notifications are usually given after the bus has already departed. I can only hope that the developers improve the most fundamental aspects of their app.

- Lost with out you!!!

I recently moved to a suburb with words I was not familiar (and still M not). “Move It” has helped me get to where I needed to go in there times for the buses and trains are spot on; if a bus or train is going to be late they make sure the customer knows that. I would literally be lost were it not for this app and I’m truly appreciative for it. I tried to put “10” in the rating as “10” was highest & “1” lowest but as soon as I hit the “1” unfortunately that’s what they answered. Thus, I am writing this to make sure to try and correct that error. Thank you so very much to “Move It,” by far the very best app to get around Chicago!

- The Google Maps killer

Moovit excels at getting you from point A to B efficiently. It provides accurate directions, alternative routes, customization, public transport, bike routes, even the price of the ride on anything paid. Thanks to this app I could finally ditch Google maps for good. Plus, it’s business model is much more transparent and privacy oriented, unlike Google’s offering. This app just need to be available in more cities around the globe. When it does, I’m sure it will be the most compelling urban mobility app for many people. If it’s available on your city, I highly recommend you give it a shot.

- Great tool, interface a bit fiddly

It's great that Moovit is available in my city (Christchurch NZ) and it's pretty accurate, but not down-to-the minute exact--not that I would hold a 3rd party app to that standard. Best feature: live ride/get off alerts. It is worth having the app solely for this feature. Now I don't have to stare out the window on my whole bus commute; the app tells me when my stop is coming up. The next most useful features for me are the trip planner, and being able to see which transit stops/lines are nearby. Helps me quickly figure out how to get somewhere. I have been able to use it in every urban area I've traveled to so far. Very handy how it switches automatically to a new transit area while keeping all my favorites/saved places for each area separately. Excellent tool for people who travel to different cities. When I used it in NYC, I was very glad not to have to read all the confusing subway schedules at the stations! Thanks Moovit Small quibbles: -Sometimes it isn't clear when I'm currently in "trip" mode. -It isn't super clear how to add favorite locations, stops, and lines.

- Would Pay $$ to REMOVE ADS!

*Update* Wow thanks and kudos to the developers for responding to my last review! I’ve changed the review to 4! Still love this app. Developer please consider a paid option! I understand you need ads to support your app. I get that. However it is very annoying when you’re trying to go from one station to the next or one bus terminal to the next and an ad pops up and you need to get to a train quickly or find out where you’re going next. Today one of your ads got stuck and there was no way for me to exit out of it . It was really really annoying. I would be willing to pay for a subscription version without the ads please consider this as an option. Otherwise the ads are really starting to ruin an otherwise excellent app.

- Unfriendly when it about payment or cancellation

No option to fix any mistake or cancel your credit card . I was checking the price of my possible trip . When some how “bought the ticket to the train “ and it wasn’t the idea at all. I looked for an option to cancel- but nothing . I received Qr that obviously I never marked it because I never went to the train station . When The next day I receive receive, I was charged maximum fare becaus I never “finished “my trip . Hello, I never finished because I never went on that trip . I sent 3 emails, called to Mooveit . And all Answers I received that they will check it and will considerate my complain and if everything is ok as Insay , my money will be returned within 2 weeks . Well , they charged me . Although I never marked Qr , and without ir I couldn’t enter or exit to the train station in Israel.

- Better than Fasttrak.

I was recommended to download this from Suffolk fast trak. It is better in lots of ways than that App, but still has some downsides. If you’d improved it by adding certain items to make it more user friendly, it would be great!! You can’t navigate from one page to the other easily. There are no back arrows!! In some cases you must delete every bus selected to just delete one!! Alternatives should be offered on near by bus stops. (If they exist of course). And transfers marked with a T at the stops. Makes life easier. Knowing at a glance instead of having to read a long route to find it!! I do like the app so far. I haven’t bought passes yet, but will soon. Hope that is easy to do!!

- Navigation app for Straphangers

As someone who frequents mass transit, everything you might need and more. The app will give you the top few route combinations. Including bus, subway, commuter rail and even via Uber or Lyft. Wether you travel daily or just once in a while. This app makes traveling by public transit as easy as possible for you. It’ll even give you directions to the nearest bus stop or subway station in a navigation style layout. I sincerely recommend this app to anyone and everyone. From the everyday commuter to the weekend warriors that wisely refuse to drive once they’ve had a few.

- Good App

The App is good I would say it helps you get where your going only thing I don’t like is it gives u unnecessary stops for example … ( I’m new to the town I’m in ) it told me to get off on a stop across the street(street has Heavy traffic) from the next bus stop I needed to go to later I learned there’s a stop before my stop on the same side of the street . And another example is it told me to get off the bus I was on to go to a bus stop n wait for what I found out was the same bus I just off of when I could’ve just stayed on that bus but once u figure out the kinks of that it’s kind of helpful with the help of google maps and the people around u .


I have been searching for an app that would give me EVERYTHING in one from bus routes, directions, driving routes, Para-Transit Taxi Services, Taxi, Uber, traffic, accidents, etc etc etc all in REAL-TIME! REAL-TIME Is so important when traveling, especially when riding the bus. They give you options right then, no second guessing. THANK YOU!!! My family (grandson) seems to think that I know EVERYTHING! Like I know ALL the bus routes and schedules. So I had him download this app so he could use it and stop asking me. So THANK YOU Developers for creating an app that is easy to use and multi functional!!!! PS: It also has the 👮🏽‍♀️ alerts added in for all you speeders!

- Great and useful app

This is a great and very useful app to the riders and much as the drivers!!! I want to push your guy from the monotony of being a useful app to be THE app that every rider and driver will depend on! First, that red line that shows the trajectory always hide the name of the street. Find a way to solve that issue. Next, make it a spoken app and allows the app to announce left/right turn. That will help the drivers tremendously. It will get rid of the countless hours that the transit companies spend on training their drivers on routes. Thus saving them a lot of money!!! Last step, SELL it to the transit companies! Time to make money!!!!

- Issue with the Train timetable

I really do like the app and all it has to offer, it’s just one little thing which is that the NYC area when you go to click on a train line headed in any direction it won’t give you the list of times the train comes to specific stop like how it use to when you would click on the train lines direction your headed in it will just pull up a list of all the stations stops for that trains line/that train lines stops and not the list times for the trains that run and operate in, out of, and from that one specific train station your picking/choosing the train line you need. If I’m not mistake the app also does this for the bus lines as well.

- Great until all the pop ups

I’ve been using this app in multiple cities since 2016. It was once my favorite app for getting to and from anywhere. It’s the most accurate transit app I’ve used by far. I understand that they have to keep the lights on somehow but the amount of pop up ads that are on the app now make it nearly impossible to use. After trying to get over it for months, I had to delete this morning. I couldn’t even get to the Notification Center without being stopped by an ad. Again, I get that ad revenue is important but ad revenue at the sale of user experience is what has turned an awesome app into something not worth the trouble.

- Still Not Dependable

Lots of new features, but takes too many steps and too much time to get basic info. For example, “Your Location” often defaults to somewhere you were previously, rather than where you are now — so you may have to enter this manually. Arrival time may say “now” when the bus actually left the stop a minute or two ago — so you may have to switch to the route map to see whether a bus is really coming. This app is better than nothing, I guess, but it can still leave you feeling stranded if you aren’t careful. Wish I could take the developers on some of my daily routes so they could get a better idea of the key info you need and how much time you really have to find it.

- Bad ETA’s and Ads

I do not have the ability to remove the ads like the app says I do. It also tells me to a “here” that looks hyperlinked, but doesn’t work. I also can’t click the thumbs up or down button for whether or not that “tip was helpful”. This app also constantly gives me incredibly wrong ETA’s. I will be 1 minute away from a stop, but if I just started the virtual trip on the app it will say something like 20 minutes until that stop. When I’m actually starting my virtual trip at the beginning of my physical trip it’s incredibly optimistic on my arrival eta. I do not think this app is linked to any sort of GPS that can track traffic, so it’s just shots in the dark. I’m so over it. No idea how the app’s rating is so high. My experience has been nothing short of frustrating.

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- My Moovit Experience

I use Moovit for the most basic things. So, for bus trips, train rides and the more infrequent ferry, it works well. I do point out though, a fundamental knowledge of Sydney geography and using the public transport system makes Moovit a great aid. It is not 100% intuitive and that knowledge plus experience will save you time and being misinformed on the odd occasion when there’s multiple ways to travel.

- Not bad but not that accurate

Not as accurate as would be good real time is not very accurate on certain lines in Adelaide such as 506 and 560. Bus drivers here are notorious for either being early or late so accurate times are valuable . Last week I waited for e 560 at a stop and it told me it was 6 mins, and then I looked up to see it almost upon my stop lucky I was there. The 506 today said 1-06 but the bus arrived 1-02 and left same time. 4 mins might sound nothing but when you have to catch connecting buses it can be the difference between now and a half hour or worse Id it’s the last one. Plus these ads are annoying g popping up when you’re trying to quickly see the times. Foxtel and commercial tv have lost s lot of business to others due to wasting people’s time bombarding them with annoying ads so apps should be wary of this creeping problem.

- Accurate and well efficient

This app is amazing, very helpful and accurate! Spot on with times and places but only thing that needs to improve is when your riding the bus it should follow along even when you exit the app because when I go back into the app it loose the bus time/table I’m currently on and then shows other times that are next available that's not important when your already on the right bus but waiting for to next destination. It would be helpful if it stays on track when your on the bus and then you don’t loose your timetable and times for you destination. (Only had this problem once or twice but besides that everything is great so far!)

- Average functionality

I like the idea of the platform where I could access the favourite locations. However, there are some issues: 1. I couldn’t change the favourites into other names than “work”. 2. Any routes that occur within 5 minutes will not display on the suggestions at all. So when I am very spontaneous, I will have to wait for the next bus or train. Sometimes, I have rely on the Transperth apps to confirm any transports that comes in 2 minutes. 3. There is no options to enter bus stop Numbers for the timetable. Again, I will have to use the other apps to conforms. The idea of this apps in good but lack of immediate travelling time is a let down. The constant double checking of the public transport app indicates that I am confident in the logistic the app suggests. The camera view, seriously I don’t see the point of using it. Not sure if I want to continue to use.

- Very handy, but with intrusive ads lately

I’ve been a Moovit user since 2016. I’m Disabled, & use this app whenever I have to catch public transport in my city (which is a lot, since I’m unable to drive). It uses VoiceOver to tell me roughly 1-2 stops before the stop I need to use. The fact I can choose between multiple routes & have 3 options for the type of route I want - Best, Least Walking, Least Changes - has been a life saver. However, sometime within the past 6 months, there have been very intrusive ads that stop me from actually using the app - until I find & tap on a tiny X to close the ad that will appear after 2-5 seconds. I’ve missed stops multiple times during those 2-5 seconds. The X’s to close the ads are also never in the same spot. I’d be more than happy to pay a 1-time fee to get rid of the ads, as a thank you to the devs, but this isn’t even an option. I do understand that app development, especially this app, isn’t cheap, but temporarily stopping users from actually using the app - on a public transport app where the users have absolutely no say in where their vehicle goes - isn’t the way to go.

- Ads have ruined the experience

As far as using the app for transport planning and travelling, it’s one of the best. But ads have ruined the experience of using it. I get that maintaining an app like this needs money. But I hate them. I’d be willing to pay for a subscription for an app like this. So there should be an option to remove ads either by a onetime payment or a subscription. At least give users a choice! I’ve noticed other reviews have also mentioned the ads including a person with a disability who can’t see well enough to close ads when they appear. Please get rid of these ads by providing the OPTION of a subscription without ads. Update: thanks for your response. Glad to hear of future freemium plan. As soon as it arrives, I’ll update my review!

- Currently stuck an hour away from home!

I'm a newbie to Melbourne, and I was told it was the easiest app to use to navigate around public transport. Yet, I somehow still keep getting lost every time. Instead of taking me the fastest route to the city which was an easy hour and 20 tram ride that I'm very used to taking, it decided that it would tell me I need to get off and get a train the rest of the way. I believed the app, have now lost my deposit on my appointment, been late for work multiple times because it suddenly decides the train it told me to get on is not the right train. Also I'm now constantly stuck in random suburbs with no easy way home. Thanks a heap! Download ptv and save yourself the trouble

- Most useful app. Ever.

This is one of my most used apps because of how easy it is for me to plan trips on public transport that will include lots of connection changes. Timetables are usually spot on, but sometimes I’ll check the transport company’s times just in case. The only little issue with this app can sometimes be layover times. If I am transferring trains at a large main station, I likely won’t be able to make my train with only 2 minutes. It would be nice to have the option to extend layover times for yourself, and even see what train/bus to catch if you wanna grab a cup of coffee.

- Bad experience with credit card

We were tourists using the app for a while in Israel. We’ve entered our credit card details and upon leaving the country, we wanted to cancel the credit card and were surprised to discover that the app doesn’t allow a removal of the card. Instead, you have to contact support to request removing it. We only received a response several days after the request notifying us the account was closed. When back home, we saw another charge on the card we did not make and after the account was closed. Another email to their support was this time blocked, with no alternative way of contacting them and being over charged. Disappointing.

- I’d pay for your app, reply when it’s possible

I’m sure the app got the high ratings when there were no intrusive ads. Just had one where I had to play a game to get back into the app. I’m sure you’re making lots of money, good on you. Tag me when it’s possible to remove the ads and I’ll come back to your app. Edit: such a trash generic response. I see many other recent reviews are saying the same. So, just deleted the app and will use something else. Edit2: just using Google and it’s been super easy. Happy I switched away from this horrible app that didn’t even care they had a good thing people would pay for. I’m sure there are plenty of people in your company saying the same thing.

- A Big Help for a little blind man

This app is good for a blind person. It works well with voice-over. It handles the complexities that many apps failed to. It’s simple to use. And automatically tells you where to get off thank god for that. Plus it works in many regions so you don’t need a new app each time you go to a new city hallelujah One app that works in many locations see you don’t need to learn a new app works b extremely well with voice-over thank God for this

- Awesome app!

I use Moovit for a few years now. I like especially the feature where you choose the route and then it tells you when it’s your stop - very helpful if the bus doesn’t stop at every stop; you don’t need to constantly look at the route and count which stop is yours. I allow like that they are constantly improving the app and they have a good customer service, I felt heard every time I had an advice/query, they always answered my messages. Kudos Moovit!

- Straight Forward App

This app doesn’t muck around. Select the public transport type you want to use, starting location and destination and is shows you several routes to get there. You don’t need to know bus route numbers or even bus stops, it shows you how to get to those from your front door by foot. There are alerts you can activate to show you where to get off as you approach your destination. Easy, practical and direct! Great app!

- Best Bus Transport App for Canberra

This is the perfect app to use especially if you’re new in town (Canberra) it has a map that leads you to the closest bus stop and also bus timetables. It warns you when to leave from your location so you don’t miss your desired bus. Highly highly recommend it, that’s why I had to personally take time out to rate this app for other people who always use the bus as public transport. It surely will not disappoint and still is a big help to me :)

- Love the app but the ads have ruined it for me

I’ve been using Moovit for years and absolutely loved it but I’m completely over those ads! I’d much rather pay for the app and not see the ads because they get in the way of using the app. I’ve started using other public transport apps more now because of it. I completely understand that you need to be able to cover your costs but it would be fantastic if you gave us the option to pay for the app and not have ads pop up.

- You know the way best

I have the Moovit app and google maps. I don’t know why but you manage to give better routes and more choices. For some reason google maps can’t do this as well as you. I love how I can start a new trip with you and you tell me how long until my bus arrives. It’s so good. Instead of waiting sometimes forever with you I can leave home and see the bus coming. It’s the best!!!

- Overwhelming ads, underwhelming performance

The sheer number of ads is crazy. Some banners here or there was fine but having timed screen covering ones is frustrating when you’re in a rush and need to know where to go. Other than ads, the app can be a little slow. I often get told that it isn’t supported in my region and have to reselect so the app works again. Generally fine though, good enough to use but if there is another option that does similar with less ads, I’d be trading up.

- Advertising with the recent update

Have been using this app for several months. It is generally a good app, with fairly reliable bus times and route suggestions. My main complain is that with the most recent update there are now pop up adds that appear each time you bring up the app. No cool Moovit! If you want to make revenue then you can ask users to pay for the app, but introducing ads without warning that interfere with the usability of the app is annoying and frustrating.

- Great app but inaccurate timetables

I really like the look and features of this app, but despite multiple bug reports, they can’t seem to get the timetable data working for express vs non-express trains, at least in Adelaide Australia. I’ve accidentally boarded express trains that don’t stop at my stop multiple times because of this app. And an express train that does not actually stop at your stop is not a good thing. Then you have to get off at the next stop, and wait for a train heading back to your stop. This app seems to assume that all trains stop at all stops which is not true. Until they fix that, I can’t trust it.

- Simple is best

I prefer using this app over the PTV app I found it a bit complicated and confusing to use at times, either when I’m in a rush or planning my journey in the moment. With Moovit, the simple as well as clear layout makes it easier to navigate through and use the app. Even the cool handy features it has really helps during travel too.

- I'm grateful for this app

I have severe dyspraxia and dyslexia and trying to navigate my way to places I never been is not only frightening but frustrating I found this app the other day and it's great for finding my bus routes to and from home good work ! And kudos to the brains behind this awesome little app making it so much easier to get around when some bus drivers are not sympathetic to handicapped or disabled like myself bless you Debra in Queensland , au

- Moovit

I am 63 and computers and apps are not my forte however I have found that this one is very user friendly and accurate. I can now plan my trip timeline prior to leaving the house. It even tells me how far I have to walk to catch the right bus and also displays Uber details ( very handy in the rain when waiting for a while) I really can’t fault it !!

- Great app for USA subway, online and offline

I used this app for NYC and found it to be he best app available despite using numerous apps. This was up to date, using real time and navigation was so easy. I was able to use this in the morning to plan my day and connect to WIFI throughout the day if needed to figure out where I was going (travelling from Australia, I didn’t have a working phone on data).

- Why can’t I travel away from my city?

Moovit is a good app, however today when I went to find out how to travel from Brisbane to Byron Bay via public transport, Moovit tells me that it’s not possible due to being “Outside of my region”? I understand that there may be certain cities to configure, however the transport information and directions should not be restricted to a certain city? This then means that I cannot rely on Moovit to show me how to catch a train from one city to another area. Please fix this issue ASAP.

- Be carful of bus times

So this app is good for knowing when to get off the bus or train. But the thing is that the neither the bus or train time tables are up to date. But is is super handy to be notified a stop before. I got a new job and I can’t figure out how to change my “work” which is super frustrating, but overall if your looking for when to get off a bus or a train with visual and notification then this app is great!! But make sure you check Translink app before cuz of closures and time changes and such.

- Love Moovit…however!

How do I stop seeing adds/games etc when I am trying to locate where I want to go. I get interrupted each time I put location in and then it won’t let me out. I love the Moovit app but this happening all the time is very annoying! This is also annoying…trying to send the review and needing a nickname which everyone I put in is already taken??!

- Ruined by ads

I liked Moovit and used it regularly. The stop notifications are perfect (no idea why Google Maps doesn’t have this feature) and the interface is easy to navigate. All of the app’s strong points were recently undermined by the app’s full page ads that pop up at the most inconvenient times. I’d happily pay a small subscription to get rid of the ads, but Moovit doesn’t have that option. So I’m looking at other apps and will probably delete this one.

- Express or all stops clarity

I find the app really great but as many train stations and bus stations do not have electronic or printed timetables I’d like clearer definition of whether trains or buses are express or all stops. Last week I caught a train from Noarlunga Centre to city that was an express and I wanted to get off at Clarence Park. When I realised that at around Oaklands Park I could not seem to work out whether to get off and wait for one that would stop at Clarence Park so I had to backtrack. Cheers Amanda

- Arrival times and route suggestions need improvement

I rely on Moovit for real time arrivals for the bus routes (primarily) and the trains. In the past year, I’ve noticed that the real time arrivals are a bit off. It’s doesn’t throw my commute into disarray but it does toy with my transfers sometimes. Also I have noticed that the route suggestions tend to pick routes that aren’t necessary shorter, would be great if this could be improved. Otherwise; I have no complaints, I enjoy the app, and use it daily!

- The best transport app

I’ve tried all the Sydney transport app and they all were either not live, not free, or didn’t save your trips. This app gives you live updates, as well as keeps all your trips. This app is so convenient for people who use public transport daily. I really would recommend this app to any public transport daily user! AMAZING APP!!!

- An awesome app

Since downloading Movit I have been able to navigate my way around and more importantly able to pre organise and plan my trips It’s easy to use and anything else you need to know you get regular updates to assist with your traveling. I find it very useful as I rely on public transport for getting about

- Great app but the ads are annoying

I’ve enjoyed using Moovit for a couple of weeks now and it’s helped out a lot with navigating a new city. However, I can’t seem to find any way for me to opt out of seeing ads in-app. This gets mildly annoying when I’m in the middle of looking up directions and an ad pops up.

- Tram schedule

I do not want to go through several screens to see the schedule of trams from let’s say stop 10 to stop 4... I want to see a list of times of trams leaving stop 10 when I activate the app, as my primary (main) access. The way it is currently designed is ridiculous and not friendly for my needs. The old app (that I used about 1 to 2 years ago) was perfect. The one which came after was awful and this one (although an improvement) is NOT customer focused and its design is mediocre to say the least.

- Bus

Think the times need to be correct as I waited for 600 and it had next one was in 58min when it was due and I didn’t miss it as at bus stop 20mins before then I 5mins to run with a suitcase which isn’t easy and catch the 737 as had appointment then sitting at the 737 stop and the 600 comes and turn to way it was meant to be so I was late for my appointment.... Wasn’t happy at all..

- Drami botanic

I have always drive my car to airport but since now that I understand the public transportation are better then my own car i have been using this transportation everytime i need to go to airport, definitely recommend for thoose who docents want to park the car lots of petrol expenses and so on tide the community public transportation is no1 option

- Essential Travel App

This app provides the best public transport info I’ve ever used, (at least In Melbourne). What stands out is its user interface which is way easier to follow than competitors. A very reliable app for navigating multiple services Bus, Tram and Train. I’m looking forward to using the app in other cities.

- The most useful app I have

This app consistently outperforms the given public transport apps created by the government! I use it everyday in Brisbane to get from place to place, it always finds the fastest possible route no matter the time. Visited London on holiday, and worked just as well. Overall: An absolute essential if you ever have to use public transport!

- Better planner but needs no ads

This is a really good app. Use it I’ve the PT app but now there’s ads and no option for getting rid of them. Frustrating when your in a rush and each ad doesn’t show you the quickest or easiest way to exit. It’s like every ad now makes the smallest exit button. Please get rid of ads or make a one off payment to get rid of them.

- Great App! One Caveat.

Love the app, it‘s very useful in Brisbane and I especially like the alert feature where it tells me when to get off! Only thing is that it doesnt show the platform for busses and trains so I always also need to check google maps for that. Anyway you could have it show the platform as well?

- Non-integration of Metro

Why is the Metro service not fully integrated? To go from Castle Hill to the city I am never offered the option to take the Metro service to Chatswood and change for the suburban service. This is very frustrating as our bus services have been made dysfunctional since the launch of the Metro to channel commuters onto it.

- Simply amazing!! Highly recommend!!

So simple to navigate around and use!! The live tracker is really something! Used it yesterday for the first time and works amazing! the notifications of bus arrival is a bit early before it gets to the stop but I guess you just have an early heads up! Thanks so much for this amazing app!

- Generally a good help

Sometimes it tells you there are no buses for an hour, then as you start walking, one drives past. Also the new ads are annoying. A one minute ad for a kids game is just an annoyance when you are short of time Can’t plan ahead, times are totally wrong.

- Great App that never lets you down.

Have been using this App to plan transport and walking routes on a daily basis through our trip in Europe in 5 different countries. Has worked providing accurate information every single time. Wouldn’t travel without it and highly recommending to all.

- Terrific Navigation, Terrible Search

The navigation function is well-designed and it's perfect for public transport. It's the only app that's aware of different sides of a road as far as I know. But the search function is almost useless. Not only lots of places are missing, you cannot search anything other than names and addresses, either. For instance, "Melbourne skating" gives you nothing but some funny results.

- It’s an okay app

It has gives you a lot of travel options, which is nice, and updates on the local traffic, which is even nicer. It’s pretty easy to use and can be used for othet countries. It would be nice if they fixed whatever’s going on with their point system, however, as it constantly shows no points for me despite having used it more than the local transport apps

- So easy and straight forward

It tells you how many stops until you’re getting off, gives you notifications before and when you’re service is arriving, and is up to date with track work. Seriously the best travel app I’ve ever used!

- The best & up to date information

This app Carrie’s all the up to date transport info which is very clear & precise. I also like it because it always reminds me about any changes to train times. A great place to make travel plans with ease.

- Could not recommend this enough

Using in Melbourne, it keeps up with the screwed up public transport here really well. I first started using it on a trip overseas and was so happy I could still use it back home. Recommended it to all my friends, I can’t say enough good things about it.

- Use it all the time

Works really well for Adelaide I like that I can just select my destination on the map if I don't know the exact address Being able to select bus stops on the map and see when the next bus is coming at it has been so useful to me too

- Understanding how to catch the bus

This is the BEST app for learning how to catch the bus. Before I had sooo many questions about how to catch the bus and after getting this app it’s answered ALL my questions. Also I wasn’t told to say this and I’m not a bot. I extremely recommend this app!!

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- So helpful

As a first time traveller this is amazingly helpful

- Perfect

Can't fault the app, works brilliantly (better in some countries than others of course). My travel worry about getting lost has all but disappeared. Highly recommend everyone download this app

- Best bus app for ANY city

I use this everywhere I travel. It's accurate, reliable and easy to use.

- Usager

Très bon service

- Not working in Lanzarote

I don’t think the app is the problem, I think the information coming from the Lanzarote bus system is all wrong. We have spent the last 6 hours using the Moovit app trying to cover a distance that would be a 13 minute drive in a car. The stops don’t match the routes, the busses do t stop in schedule, and the buses shown in the app don’t go where the app says they do. Rather frustrating.

- Too many Ads

Used it for many years but deleted as soon as they started putting ads in the app. It’s so bad. I really liked it.

- Very annoying recent technical problem

I can no longer exit and return to the home screen when I am finished reading the notifications you send. This was never a problem before but it has now happened 3 times. I actually have to power off my iPhone every time you send out a notification to get out of that and back to the home screen. My next move will be to delete the App.

- Doesn’t Work Apple Watch

I created an account on my Series 5 watch but Moovit displays “Open in IPhone”. No maps. Useless. Update: No improvement after reinstall/reboot I tried again next day maps are displaying.

- I have to admit…

I hated it when I first downloaded it. Trying to get around in a different country, anxiety getting the better of me at all times and the app was intimidating to me. I had no idea where anything was. That being said, after actually calming my tits and chilling out I played around with it more. I adore this app. Helps me get exactly where I’m going. So super simple to use and navigate with. My only transit app that actually does what it says it does and more. Try it out, I promise you won’t hate it 😉

- A must app

Easy to use multi purpose, lots of features and options to suit your needs.

- Convenient, but Riddled with Add

The app has greatly improved since my last review. I can rely on it to plan my trips. It is one of the most-used and most important apps on my phone. It loses 4 stars for having way too many ads. Some ads will stay your screen, forcing you to restart the app. Extremely frustrating. Until I find a better alternative I’ll keep using this app. Hence, 1 star.

- A transit app that actually works

I’ve tried two or three other apps and this one actually gives you accurate departure times. Good job.

- Brenda imeson

Great app

- Very good, always improving.

I recommend it. Very useful.

- New to Toronto

Being new to a city is challenge but getting around with some confidence is made so much easier with Moovit. I use it all the time. Easy and straightforward for all aspect of getting from point A to B!

- Great


- Very reliable

It makes my life easier.

- Moi personnellement...

... je n'ai qu'une vieille jument et un buggy...

- Exceptional app

This app is always accurate in terms of timing of the next bus

- Thumb up

It helps me in moving around very easy to use

- Bus

Easy to get bus where ever you want to go

- Bus/Train use in Israel

This app is extremely useful for travel use anywhere in Israel. Highly recommend it.

- Too many ads

Whenever I open the app the first thing I get greeted with are adds.

- Impossible to be accurate

Lots of info but impossible to be accurate. I often come too early and ending up sitting on the bus for up to half an hour waiting for the driver to leave.

- Bus not on schedule. Real time on the App???

Waited few mins. but Bus did not arrive as indicated time. Have to wait 15 mins more for next schedule.

- La mejor aplicación para llegar a mi destino !


- Awesome app

Great app very reliable. Get’s me where I need to go and very accurate with the buses!

- Very Useful

Highly recommend

- Almost great

I just came back from 6 weeks in France and Italy and I found myself using this fantastic app more and more as it got me to my walking destinations in much clearer and better way than Google in a large number of cities and small towns. I was truly grateful. However, in too many occasions I was not able to get out of the many ads and became frustrated beyond words and wanted to delete the app. I now find out that it is available in Canada.

- Good but

The ads make this ad unbearable. Please just tell me how to get pay for the app so that in can not see the stupid unnecessary ads!?

- Sucks way too much battery life


- I am room on using from Canada Toronto

Yeah everything is accurate just you need to develop some options like yeah where is the bus how long is come and which way to go you need to set up this way it’s easy for all people I am a blind person I like the alert system but you need more option for us you need to think about nine people I was more accessible

- Stupid ads

All I want is transit info, not pop up ads that block information and that I cannot close. Wish I had not updated as previously this was a very useful app. Please get rid of the Tim Hortons ad or get a prominent X on it so I can close out of it. It is blocking my getting back to the app to get bus information

- Excellent!

Très bonne application pour ceux qui utilisent les transports en commun.

- Great until the ads started

The app is actually amazing. Little to no flaws or complaints except the ads. There were no ads when I first used Moovit and now there is one ad everytime I use the app whether it is opening new, or opening from app switcher. I wish there were some way to pay once to eliminate these ads.

- Not accurate enough

Doesn’t mention delayed buses at all! Google maps is the only accurate app!!

- Service

Service is very good.

- Skytrainer

Very nice

- Would prefer to pay

The pop up ads interfere with the app’s utility. I’m close to uninstalling it.

- Better than the official app

Better than the official app

- Real Time Accuracy

Very accurate and reliable in real time

- Awesome in Turkey

I’ve been using moovit for about a year in turkey. Really it’s amazing. Try it

- Good app killed by too many ads

The last update doesn’t even allow me to close the ads after I suffered through them. Every other menu that I open is yet another one of those full screen irrelevant ads. Give me an option to pay to get rid of the ads and I will but please stop shoving them down my throat every 2 seconds.

- I recommend

Very accurate app :)

- great app!

a few months back, one of my friends recommended me this app and it is amazing! 10/10 recommend

- Good App!

I’m not familiar with all the routes the buses take here so if I have a particular destination the app helps me figure out what bus to take and where to get it. Quickly.

- Ads Ads Ads - Deleting the app

Not happy with ads, I’m willing to pay to get rid of them. Please provide an option to pay for ad-free app. For now, I’m deleting this app. Thanks.

- Very useful

Rarely practical and useful app. Used it in Turkey with great success and will use it in Miami in next few weeks. Highly recommend!

- App

Harika bir uygulama

- Bus stop closures not noted

With ongoing construction and filming downtown, there have been many bus stops temporarily moved or closed and the app does not show it, making trip planning impossible

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The applications Moovit: All Transit Options was published in the category Navigation on 2012-02-28 and was developed by Moovit App Global LTD [Developer ID: 498477948]. This application file size is 204.81 MB. Moovit: All Transit Options - Navigation app posted on 2022-07-03 current version is 5.96.1 and works well on IOS 12.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.tranzmate.tranzmate1