If you’ll be in London for the 2012 Olympics and you’ve got no clue about where to go, Microsoft has got a solution for you if you own an iPhone. Called Bing Get Me There, this app will help you go from where you are to where you want to be – in this case, the stadiums you’ll need to be at to catch certain events. The app lets you plan your journeys using Bing maps, the London Underground network, DLR, London buses and London Overground trains.
The app also features full tube maps and live service updates , live departures and status updates by tube station, nearest tube/strain stations (with map and walking directions), set up favorite journeys with “live tile” alerts on your homescreen, weekend service updates as well as offline access to tube maps. Even if you’re not using it to get to the Olympics, it’s still a useful app to have just to get around London. Download it from the Apple App Store for free.
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