Tube Map - London Underground 4+

TfL map and journey planner‪.‬

Mapway Limited

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Tube Map is the award-winning navigation app that includes the official TfL (Transport for London) Tube Map. Tube Map - London Underground works both on and offline and is the #1 Tube Map with over 22 million downloads!

Key features:

Uses the official TfL iconic Harry Beck London Underground map design.
Includes additional map views for the TfL Night Tube and Rail Network. Plus a bonus map that we have created that is more geographical. 
An easy to use journey planner that works with and without an internet connection.
Check line status for delays, closures and service changes.
See what time the next Tube is due with live departures from TfL.
National Rail arrivals and departures.
Journey planning made easy with real-time routing around closures and delays.
Use step-by-step directions in the journey planner to find your way around London.
Save your favourite routes for quick selection when on the go.
Save your Home and Work stations for up to date station, line and route information.
Find your closest Tube station wherever you are in London.
Tube Map – London Underground Apple Watch app available.
Line status widget
Travel Guide
Exclusive features also available; First & Last Tube Times, Tube Exits, Premium Line status widget and Priority Support.
NEW - Remove advertising subscription

With over 60 million downloads worldwide, there's a Mapway app for many of the busiest transport systems in the world including New York Subway, Paris Metro, Bus Times London and Berlin Subway.

Plan. Route. Relax.

Please note: whilst we endeavour to ensure that Line Status notifications are delivered in a timely manner we can’t guarantee this 100% of the time. There may be occasions when the functionality isn’t available due to technical reasons outside of our control. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

Tube Map Premium available as an in-app subscription: 99p weekly, £3.99 monthly or £9.99 annually, or as a one-off purchase of £24.99. Prices may vary by location. Cancel at any time, for any reason. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, at the cost of your chosen price tier. Subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to Account Settings in your iTunes Account. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when a subscription to that publication is purchased, where applicable. Read our terms in full at

What’s New

Version 7.3.11

Thank you for downloading the app. We regularly update the app to make it better for you.

This release includes an updated map and some bug fixes and improvements for you.
To make sure you don’t miss a thing, just keep your updates turned on.

Got a question? Tap Support in the About section in the app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
87.2K Ratings

87.2K Ratings

seditious-dom ,

Essential for any Tube traveller

I really rate this App, the journey planner is great, particularly the indicator for which carriage to be in for exit at interchange and destination - if TFL were to number carriages or the platform (Virgin Trains did this) as well as indicating the direction of travel life would be even easier in terms of knowing where to head for on the platform.

I also like the station status and updates, great for figuring out when to head to the station for minimal waiting time, I am slightly spoilt as my nearest tube station is 2 minutes walk away.

Enhancements I would like would be for the map to automatically centre the station I am closest to. Also indicate when empty trains are scheduled, again slightly spoilt by being close to Northfields tube station which is the start point for a couple of Eastbound services most hours of the day.

If you are a transport geek the little nuggets about each station are great, I had never noticed the painted columns at my nearest station that acknowledge the local football team until I read about it in the app.

nuggetboi ,

Adverts make you wait 30sec before you can use the app. Directions are bad too.

Terrible ads that you can’t close for 30seconds. You have to close 3 ads in a row, and they don’t have easy to spot “close” buttons, and even when you do find the close button it’s tiny and half the time it thinks you’ve clicked on the ad and takes you to the App Store. I get it, you need to make money from ads, but you’ve pushed it to the point where the app is a chore to use, so I’m deleting and just using TfL app even though your map COULD be better. Just tone it down lads. Also when you click on a station to make a route it uses that station as the start point? Obviously can switch it around easy enough, but just makes me think you’ve put very little effort/consideration into user experience. Also, dodgy route suggestions: searched for Stratford to Boston Manor, it told me the journey was -1105 minutes long (?), and even though it’s 2:30pm now it thought the next option was at 11:33pm. And can’t change time of departure. Got a long way to go to match Google maps capabilities.

MissVx ,

Cashing in!

I used to love this app. Worked well every time. Had live info and you could open it quickly when needed. Then they introduced ads. Not content with the banners, we now have ads which you can’t close for about a minute, and when you do another bit of the same ad pops up. When you’re on a train and need to look for a route quickly, it’s not only frustrating (you can’t see any close buttons for ages), but you end up missing stops or trains as you can’t figure out where you need to be quickly enough. The past week or so I’ve had the same COOP advert debacle every time I’ve opened it and I’ve had enough. I’ve had this app for years and I'm now going to delete it and look for an alternative. I appreciate developers need to make money to survive and produce quality products, but this feels like they got a new head of advertising in who is tasked with increasing revenue and isn’t thinking about user experience. And reading the recent reviews, it looks like I’m not alone.

Developer Response ,

Hi. Many thanks for taking time to leave such a full review, and I'm sorry for what you've experienced. We have been doing some work with the ads recently to make them less intrusive, but clearly still have some work to do! As ever there are subscription or lifetime purchase options available, which remove adverts and enable extra features. Best regards, Team Mapway

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