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Citymapper Apk

Version: 11.14.1 for Android

Updated: 2024-04-12

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Apk version11.14.1
Apk size32.5 MB
Support AndroidAndroid 7.0+ (Nougat) and later
CategoryFree Android Maps & Navigation Apps
Apk packagecom.citymapper.app.release
Author's NotesRoute Planner for City Navigation: MTA MBTA NJ Transit Bus Times & Subway Map

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What's new in Citymapper 11.14.1

Tickets! Tickets! Get your tickets! If you’re in Birmingham UK, you can now get tickets for National Express buses! Buy from homescreen and scan on board. And while you wait, see your bus on the map. Bostin.

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We provide Citymapper apk 11.14.1 file for Android 7.0+ (Nougat) and later, as well as other devices such as Windows devices, Mac, BlackBerry, Kindle, ... Citymapper is a free Android maps & navigation apps, and has been developed by Citymapper Limited.

Citymapper 11.14.1 is newest and latest version for Citymapper apk. It's easy to download and install to your Android devices (as well as other devices). On this page you can find Citymapper apk detail and permissions and click download apk button to direct download Citymapper apk.

Older versions of Citymapper apk also available with us: 11.12, 11.9.4, 11.9.3, 11.9.2, 11.8.3, 11.8.1, 11.0.2, 10.59.3, 10.59.1.

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App description

Instantly compare your travel options in real-time across all transport modes!

Easily navigate your city with turn-by-turn directions for all your public transportation, walking, cycling and scooter trips.

Find the best route
► Simple city navigation and trip planning combining bus 🚎 subway 🚇 train 🚄 ferry ⛴ cabs 🚕 ride share 🚖 car share 🚗 bike share 🚲 e-scooters 🛴 and walking 🚶‍♂️Discover routes you never knew existed 🕵️‍♀️!

Hit the GO button for step-by-step directions
► Turn-by-turn navigation for your transit, walking, cycling and scooter trips. Choose between 3 different map views, see the charge levels of e-scooters and e-bikes around you, and avoid no-parking zones. We take care of the logistical thinking with our smart route planner so you are free to enjoy the ride 🙌

Experience one-stop-shop mobility
► Compare cab fares, hail a ride, hop on a shared bike or get on the nearest scooter. Our partners include: Uber, Lyft, JUMP, Lime, Bird, Spin, Skip, Scoot, Citi Bike, JerseryBike, Bluebikes, Indego, CaBi, Divvy, Metro Bike, Breeze, Bay Wheels, Healthy Ride, Relay, BCycle, SA Bike Share, GREENbike, Grid, RTC Bike, BIKETOWN, Biki 🚖 🚲 🛴

Beat the rush-hour crowd
► Live wait times and ETA so you'll never miss a bus, train or ferry again. Follow your public transportation as it’s approaching on a real-time map with our train & bus tracker. See the best train car to board, check the next train or bus stop, get alerted when it's time to get off, and get in and out from the best exit at any subway / train station ⏰

Smarten up your daily transit navigation
► Get daily updates right on your lock screen for all public transportation: real-time bus arrivals, subway, ferry and train times, with disruption / delay / status alerts and alternative routes. Stay on top of any changes to your local bus schedule, train schedule or ferry timetable with the all-in-one transit tracker 🚨

Personalize your city navigation
► Save Home, Work and your go-to stops / stations for fast trip planning. Subscribe to your favorite subway, train, bus or ferry line for automatic disruption / delay / status alerts. Your local subway map, next bus time, subway time and train schedule at your fingertips ❤️

Get social
► Share your live trip: let friends follow your live trip to know when you'll arrive. Share any location or address: one tap for others to get directions 🤳

Travel offline
► Access offline the official NYC subway map, Manhattan bus transit map, Brooklyn bus map, MTA map, Queens bus map, DC metro map, Muni metro map, and more 🗺

Works on Wear OS
► Hit GO in the app and automatically see all the information you need during your trip on your Wear OS watch.

► New York City | Chicago | Los Angeles | San Francisco | Washington DC | Boston | Philadelphia | Seattle | Miami | Atlanta | Portland | Denver | Baltimore | San Diego | Minneapolis | Houston | Phoenix | Dallas | Las Vegas | Pittsburgh | Honolulu | Salt Lake City | San Antonio | St. Louis | Cleveland | Austin + Many more worldwide! See the full list and vote for the next one in the app or at https://citymapper.com/cities 🏙

► We use open data from transit agencies, including: MTA | CTA | LA Metro | MBTA | WMATA | SEPTA | NJ Transit | Muni | BART | King Bus | MARTA | LIRR | RTD | TriMet | Metro-North Railroad | PATH | Houston METRO | San Diego MTS | Miami-Dade Transit | Metro Transit MN | METRA | RTC | TheBus | Port Authority | DART | AC Transit | Sound Transit | UTA | OCTA | VIA | PTD | St. Louis Metro Transit | RTA | Capital Metro | Broward County Transit Division | NY Waterway Ferries | LBT 📈

Keep in touch
► If you have any questions or feedback email us at: support@citymapper.com

Follow us on Twitter: /Citymapper
Visit our website: citymapper.com

App reviews

App rating: 4.8/5 based on 272837 reviews

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I LOVE this app! I needed a replacement for when stop hop went defunct and my friend suggested citymapper, and I love it! It's very user-friendly (for me, at least) and I love that you can track your trip from start to finish, with the option to receive "get off" alerts when you reach your stop! Definitely worth a download.

I have used this app for several years, and recently I have noticed a severe drop off in quality. I used to pay for a monthly subscription for some of the extra features, which they released for no additional charge with one of the more recent app updates. Since then, the reliability of the app has severely diminished -- it has incorrect times of departure, it completely ignores trains as an avenue of transit when mapping from one destination to the next in my area, and it is extremely glitchy.

This app is absolutely fantastic, I've had it for 5 years plus in Chicago and it's both traveler friendly and extremely efficient for planning various routes around the city for residents. It's as simple as punching 2 locations in and seeing each option for getting there on CTA, Metra, Divvy, Uber, and the good old shoelace express. Final comment: this app is often literally more accurate than "Ventra," the official app of Chicago's public transit.

This is the greatest public transportation app I have ever seen and I don't know how this works. Provides a smooth, step by step navigation with live data at every point and precise map view. The "Go" feature not only gives you a precise total arrival time including walking times but also encourages you with fancy statistics over your savings. Haven't seen any visible ads so I heavily wonder how they monetize this great product ?!?

The 7-day trial worked very well for me in NYC. I rarely took wrong turns, and the level of detail for train cars and times was great. It made city navigation easy so I could focus on fun things. If I lived in NYC or was taking another big city trip immediately, I would keep this app and pay for sure. The only downside is that cancelling isn't intuitive. There should be a button in the app, but if you buy it through Google Play, you have to cancel that way.

I like Citymapper, especially the ability to get directions that including biking to transit, a feature which nobody else (including Transit & Google Maps) has. But I wish I could use transit & own bike (not just bikeshare). It's main drawback is it's complete lack of settings or customizability. It gives tons of different options for getting places, which I really like, but it needs options to filter & sort the results list, which can sometimes be overwhelmingly large. What if I just want the fastest option to show up at the top? Or perhaps I don't have a scooter account and want to hide those options? Also, it has no settings, so there's no way to customize the way the app works. I also wish it would show not only travel time but estimated arrival time.

I like the Citymapper app a lot. The information is in real time and there are several options. My biggest gripe is that some the travel directions make no sense. Why would I get off a stop before the station, follow the walking instructions to the tracks at the back of the station, which has no entrance, only to have to walk around to the front of the station for a later bus or train and it makes me late? Sullivan Station in Boston MA has no a back entrance. I hope that flaw is corrected.

Citymapper is less accurate than some of the other apps out there. the fee to get the best route planning for my situation (chronic fatigue) is a little steep. however, the app is useful for pre-planning and making decisions about which bus or train lines make the most sense the night before, just don't rely on the advance times. I've had busses that show as 6 minutes away just vanish off the screen and not show up.

The app is really great for figuring out different routes to get to places, but the GPS navigation is so difficult to use because the view makes it difficult to determine which side of the street I should be on or which direction I should be walking. The actual compass effect of the map (the highlight that projects from your dot and moves with your phone as you walk) is very inaccurate.

App completely fails to ever function as a mixed transportation mapper for someone in Baltimore, seemingly unable to factor in light rail, and no way to tell it to prefer bike. Ideal use-case being cycling a mile to light rail, light rail 8 miles north, then cycle about a mile to destination. An obvious use case, but none of the above ever maps in any use case.

The app is great with estimating and route suggestions, however, at times the best option is not available. An extra bus is added when you can just take one to get to the connection or the destination. Sometimes it uses transit lines it has no price estimate on, so those are also not helpful. What makes me truly disappointed is that now the voice assistant to tell you to get off a stop is now premium. A basic need for some people has to be paid extra for? That's greed. Looking for other options.

This app is decent with no annoying ads, but it focuses on major cities. I stated in my previous post that when I tap on the link Transportation button it's blank and the directions aren't an option through the walk button. These are the main issues. To get me somewhere works. I would prefer the developer provide a solution to the link issue here in the review section rather than by email if possible.

A must have when traveling in cities!!!! This app was recommended by a youtuber and she was on target. Just put in where you want to go & either "now" or a set arrival or departure time & it gives tons of options with their corresponding times & costs. You can search ahead and save trips to use when you are offline. You can save locations which you use/need often. It has an alert to let you know when your stop is approaching. Sometimes following the walking while on the move is a bit confusing.

Updated 10-2-2019 I live in the San Francisco Bay Area. I still looooove Citymapper. I use it almost every day. And many times a day. Works great, fast, good options, pretty easy to use, etc. One big improvement. Please make Citymapper for my Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Watch. I have tried several other transit apps for the watch and they suck. One app keeps saying can't connect to server and it is slow. So, I have no working transit app on my watch at least that is fast and reliable.

I usually dont write reviews, but living in NYC this is by far the most reliable and detail accurate mapping tool that I've used. I'm not from around here and city mapper makes it so easy to understand. One thing I like is that this app let's you know the typical arriving time of a certain route. Things happen in real life and you can mentally adjust to the changes. City mappers let you be in control while allowing you to have the most accurate data. You guys are awesome!!

Installation instructions

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  • Tap the APK file you downloaded
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App permissions

Citymapper 11.14.1 apk requires following permissions on your device.

Allows an application to receive the ACTION_BOOT_COMPLETED that is broadcast after the system finishes booting.

Allows an app to access precise location.

Allows an app to access approximate location.

Allows access to the vibrator.

Allows applications to open network sockets.

Allows applications to access information about networks.

Allows using PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming.

Allows applications to perform I/O operations over NFC.

Allows an application to read the user's calendar data.

Previous versions

11.14.1 (1114130)2024-04-16
11.12 (1112010)2024-03-08
11.9.4 (1109160)2024-01-20
11.9.3 (1109110)2023-12-21
11.9.2 (1109090)2023-12-20
11.8.3 (1108100)2023-12-06
11.8.1 (1108070)2023-11-24
11.0.2 (1100090)2023-05-04
10.59.3 (1059060)2023-04-09
10.59.1 (1059020)2023-03-11