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Since the last App Wrap, the NSW government announced that it had worked with six app creators to bring real-time train information to commuters.
TripGo is one of the six apps lucky enough to have government support, and we like it because it supports more modes of transport than simply public transport.
iOS and Android users have a wide range of supported apps to choose from, but Windows Phone users, your one choice is TripView Sydney on the Windows Phone store.
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Triptastic is an iOS only app that appeared last week and supports the NSW government's real-time train data.
Users of the app love it, so maybe there is something in its "dynamic, gorgeous interactive maps" claims.
Android users that want to get their hands on this app will have to sit tight for a little while yet — but at least it is a possibility.
Google Play Books
Google's book reading app received an update during the week. The search giant points to "substantial improvements in performance and stability" as the headline update.
I'd like to correct that to "Text is now readable, and is almost as good as our Android implementation". Having read books on the Android version of this app, and being frustrated with the iOS version until now, it's a welcome update.