Saturday, April 4, 2009

StationStops Application for iPhone: Now In My Price Range!

Fellow local blogger Chris at StationStops has an iPhone app that lists Metro North schedules. It works VERY nicely, and he has lowered the price to 1.99. That is exactly what I was waiting for! I rarely need this app, so I was not willing to spend more than a few bucks on it, even though I really wanted to buy it to support my fellow blogger. NOW I am totally going to buy it. It's so much faster to go on your iPhone app rather than go online! Look for it under the name StationStops.

Also, you should follow StationStops (and StamfordTalk!) on Twitter! I mostly twitter about breastfeeding these days, but one day, when I leave the house again, I'll twitter about Stamford stuff! You can also facebook friend me under the name Stamford Talk.


Chris Preovolos said...

Dude, it was totally worth the five bucks before and I would only use it a couple three times a month...I've used it ever since I misread the damn schedule since I couldn't see the AM/PM tab on the Metro-North webpage on the Tiny iPhone screen, missed the last train and had to crash on my friend's futon in their ridiculously hot apartment in the hinterlands of Washington Heights.

That could have been a bourbon related mishap, however.

Anyway, I love how it gives you track assignments! I just wish it would tell you which cars smell like piss and don't have working air conditioners.


Anonymous said...

This post made me really miss NYC! It's when you don't have convient mass transit that you miss it. We don't have convient mass transit and I miss it!


Stamford Talk said...

Wendy, remember you and Laura used to walk to the train together? Oh the good old days. Was it you who read over people's shoulders?
Chris, you are totally right. Trying to look up MetroNorth schedules online on an iPhone is way too time-consuming!