Plan and buy trips easily
Designed for iPad
You can use the Vy app to quickly find departures for journeys by train, bus, metro, tram and boat across Norway. You can buy tickets from Vy and other transport companies such as Go-Ahead, SJ, Ruter, Kolumbus, Skyss and Brakar. It should always be easy to make the eco-friendly choice when travelling, so the Vy app also lets you:
· See relevant suggested itineraries in the journey planner – including how long it takes to walk or bike
· Get real-time information on all departures
· Receive push notifications about delays and cancellations affecting your journey
· View your tickets and present your ticket for inspection
· Check how full each carriage on your train is
· Save your favourite routes and places that you frequently visit
· Book taxis across much of the country
· Listen to audiobooks and podcasts, and read newspapers and magazines
Thank you for travelling by public transport. Every journey counts!
This version contains several stability improvements and bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
New version is terrible
The previous version was soooo much easier to navigate, this one is awful. It’s literally hard to find the time table for a route on a certain date/time
Really nice application. It feels like a proper native application, not some web-based abomination. The GUI is slightly overloaded, but quite convenient and informative.
It is also very handy that one can purchase the entire trip including the VY train, Ruter’s T-bane and a local bus. It even has a taxi, although that one goes separately, but still nice to have right here in the same application.
I see several negative reviews here saying about problems with payment. I reckon, this is about non-norwegian cards, and those indeed should be supported. Meanwhile, for those living in Norway paying with Vipps works totally fine.
You can’t ignore an entire continent
Folks, you can’t sell an app that tourists are expected to use traveling in Norway that refuses to serve hundreds of thousands of visitors from North America by not accepting credit cards from the U.S. I first encountered this problem on my last visit to Norway in 2017 so you’ve had 6 years to fix it. I’ve heard you accept PayPal, but generally only folks under 40 use it and even they have moved to other apps. I now follow several sites for travel tips to Norway and am seeing a lot of miscommunication that Norwegians don’t accept Visa cards at all. If you don’t fix this soon, it will cost the Norwegian Tourist Board millions to address.
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- 51.9 MB
- Requires iOS 12.4 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.4 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.4 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
English, Norwegian Bokmål, Swedish
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
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