While I was overseas I turned the automatic update for my phones apps off. I did not want to incur data charges at the high rates that you pay when you are overseas and still using your normal home service. Yes, I did consider buying a local pre paid phone card, but it just didn't seem worth the bother. Perhaps I should have.
Once home, I turned the update facility on again and very shortly my apps started updating themselves, one after another. They were just sitting there waiting for the moment to chew up my bandwidth. Not that I was worried. I have a 1gb allowance and I normally use less than twenty per cent.
What is this one? Train Trapper. I don't know that I have used it.
I have Tram Hunter for live tram times.
I have Offi for all public transport times, which I mainly use for buses but I am never sure if it is live or not.
I have Metlink, mainly to check timetables or routes.
But Train Trapper? I must check what it does. (I have now checked and it seems to give live train times for your nearest railway station)
You may think I have an excessive number of public transport apps, but each one does at least one thing really well. None do everything and certainly none do everything well.