Transit App for iOS Updated for iPhone 6 Displays, Adds iOS 8 Widget


Montreal-based Transit App has updated their app to now include support for the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus displays, plus also iOS 8, as you can now add a widget to show nearby lines and upcoming arrivals in real-time (if available).

What’s New in Version 3.2
– iOS 8 Widget! The three lines at the top of your nearby list will now appear in the Notification Center as a Transit Widget. You can instantly see the next two arrivals in real-time (if available) right from Notification Center. Switch directions by tapping a line. To enable the widget after updating to iOS 8, tap “Edit” at the bottom of notification center and tap the “+” next to the Transit icon.
– Support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus display size!
– Support for bike sharing in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Denver, Milwaukee, Madison, Salt Lake City, Kansas City, Honolulu County, HI and Broward County, Fl
– Our European expansion continues with support for London and Berlin (and Hamburg and Ulm too!) Eager to see a city added? Visit our wish list at and up-vote your transit agency!

Back in June, the app added a slightly new redesign and also added information for bike sharing.

Click here to download Transit App version 3.2 in the App Store.


  • Chrome262

    Thanks for the info, I didn’t realize it added a widget, now I don’t have to open the app.

  • Hanns

    is the widget working for you? not working for me.

  • Chrome262

    yes it is, and you can tap on a rout and it give you the info for the other direction. did you turn it on through the pull down?

  • Dennis

    The widget doesn’t work for me either. It just says nearby lines and then nothing.