New York Subway
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New York Subway for Mac1.1

17 February 2011

Navigate the New York City subway network.

What is New York Subway for Mac

New York Subway for Mac is the original and No. 1 selling application for getting around New York City (NYC).

"New York Subway application helps users navigate the complexities of the city's subway network" - The Epoch Times.

  • Latest map of New York City Transit. Detailed map of each line.
  • Precise location of each station on the map (with a red circle).
  • The journey planner tool allows you to find automatically the best route to get to your destination in NYC Subway. Interactive map to choose your stations for the route. The journey planner does not require a network connection to operate.
  • A bookmark manager allows you to save your favorite stations and routes.
  • The application locates the nearest metro stations from your position in NYC. You can also provide an address in NYC, the application indicates the stations closest to that address.
  • New York City Transit Service Status (Live travel news) are available.
  • The application is available in English, French, Spanish, German and Japanese.
IMPORTANT: Before using this application, please enable Location Services in System Preferences > Security on your Mac.

What's new in New York Subway

Version 1.1:
  • Localization freezing bug fixed.
  • Minor bugs fixed.
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later

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