Station Master 4+

London Underground Information

Frostmd LLP

    • £8.99
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The Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) opened to the public on the 24th May 2022 and we've updated our database with the new stations!

Station Master is an encyclopædia of knowledge of all London Underground, original 84 Overground (pre-June 2015) stations and Docklands Light Railway stations including the best door position for exit at every station, along with unique 3D Maps showing you the facilities at and layout of ALL 270 Tube stations.
Co-created by Geoff Marshall, a two-times Guinness World Record Holder for travelling to all Tube stations in the fastest time possible (a record he held most recently from 2013–2015).

“Tube nerds, prepare to swoon” – Time Out
“Save time on the tube with the shortcuts app Station Master” – Evening Standard
“It’s a real geek's guide to the tube” – Londonist
Prize Winner of "Best App for Accessibility/Step Free Information" - TfL Accessible App Competition - 

The information in Station Master is built-in so it is available at all times underground, without an internet connection.

Key features:

• Exit information - shows you the correct door to be nearest the exit, interchange corridor, passageways or lift. The only exits App with correct door positions for new S-Stock trains and the new Tottenham Court Road Northern Line station.
• 3D Maps and Exit Maps at selected stations (ALL 270 Tube stations covered in 3D!) - visualise a station before you travel there!
• Accessibility information - Steps count, lift availability, measurements of gaps onto trains and loads more essential information for wheelchair users, parents with buggies or just those with heavy luggage.
• Station facilities - listing toilet information, Wi-Fi availability and more.
• Transport Links - to buses, National Rail trains, Cycle hire and River services.
• Travel tips, history and fun facts for every station, making your commute less of a chore.

Note: Station Master is not a route planning App.

London's Transport Network is constantly changing and evolving and we continually update the information in Station Master to reflect changes to the network and from community contributions and corrections.

What’s New

Version 1.14.3

• Elizabeth Line data
• many fixes and performance improvements behind the scenes

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

iPod touch adict ,

Great app

I’ve had this app for years, it is a brilliant tool for navigating stations, working out where to get on a train to be near an exit etc. I agree that some of the 3D station maps are dated (where’s Elizabeth line on all stations and how to get to it from national rail, or the cut through to Moorgate at Liverpool Street). Overall it’s a great app and excellent tool for navigating especially at stations you don’t usually visit often

dotdotdotcomma ,

Rather disappointed

Paid the £3.99 for this because of the simple exit map shown in the AppStore for Old Street. Sadly this feature is not available for many stations, like the ones where it would be most useful: London Bridge, Waterloo, Kings X St P, etc. That’s the only feature that would have made this app worth paying for, for me anyway.

The 3D maps are ok as far as they go, but you need to know the area around the station for them to be of any use, and for example the one for London Bridge shows Tooley St and Borough High St as being parallel at opposite ends of the station, when in fact they are at right angles, and join up right next to one of the Tube exits! So pretty rubbish really.

Also worth noting that the app refers to your built-in Apple maps system, which is famous for putting the label for underground stations in sometimes completely random locations, nowhere near any actual station entrance/exit.

Md11991111 ,

Disappointing, not easy to understand details for which I bought this

I bought this to understand how to get from the entrances to certain platforms as quickly as possible. Maps have diagrams of platforms in a horizontal fashion then text mentions the south or north of these platforms?

Including references to the numbers we see in the maps in the accompanying text would have made this so much easier to understand. The text refers to a specific staircase at the ‘south’ of this horizontal platform, but there’s a number of staircases showing on the map on this platform.

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App Privacy

The developer, Frostmd LLP, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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