SF Muni Buses 4+

Live Map & Bus Times

Alex Perez

Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 268 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

View up-to-date locations and time predictions for the SF Muni buses.

LIVE MAP
Get up-to-date bus positions showing exactly where each bus is along its route.

PUSH NOTIFICATIONS
Get real-time updates regarding delays, closures, and other important messages.

FAVORITE STOPS
Add stops you use often to your Favorites for quick, easy access.

NEARBY STOPS
See stops nearest to your current location, as well as how far they are.

SET REMINDERS
Easily set reminder notifications so you don't forget to catch your bus when it arrives.

NOTIFICATION CENTER WIDGETS
2 Notification Center widgets for easy access to time predictions for nearby stops as well as your favorites.

APPLE WATCH + IPAD
Optimized for iOS 15, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.

If you run into any issues or have any feedback, use the in-app Support button or email support@iminichrispy.com. You can also tweet me @iMinichrispy.

What’s New

Version 4.0.7

- Fixed issue causing checkbox to sometimes appear squished
- Added another potential fix for map zoom issue

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
268 Ratings

268 Ratings

Nate from Ontario ,

Needs some adjustments

I never use the nearby buses page but the clarity of the buses on the map cannot be beat by other apps.

As others have mentioned, it sometimes zooms out and you have to fight it to see the routes more closely.

If MUNI were more reliable we’d have a perfect marriage of efficiency and clarity.

Developer Response ,

Hey Nate, thanks for the feedback here! I’ve actually been working on the zoom issue this week and I *think* I’ve managed to solve the problem. Either way, keep an eye out in the next week or two for the next update to be released and be sure to let me know if you’re still experiencing the same issue after updating.

useless nickname requirement ,

How to improve

Looking at a single line is only partly useful. Because often several lines may go from your particular location to an acceptable end point. For instance, if I am at mission and 16th and I want to go to mission and silver, there are 3 busses that would be useful. Yet I have to make an effort to see them individually. It would be useful to see all busses that stop at 16th & mission and then I can select the one I want. Most users who are SF residents have a working knowledge of the system. Having individual routes is great for reference if you’re going somewhere unfamiliar. But it is not the feature that most people use first. StuartS

tjugjfhbjgch ,

Where are the frigging bus routes names??

Using some colors which, by the way, are not discernably referred to anywhere in the open page, it's not a way to make transit more accessible. It should not be a clues game.
I can not believe you have not thought of that, so, what is your logic behind leaving out the direct reference to the bus or metro trains line numbers/letters?

I am referring to the “Nearby” page. All one gets is a list with reference to the nearest stop, and the next arrivals to some end-of-line destination. There is no indicator of the bus line number, or letter, other than a color, which is meaningless if one is not familiar with those color codes.

Developer Response ,

Hi tjugifgbjgch, I’m not 100% what you mean since the route names are shown on the top half of the screen and toggling any one of them on or off will show you where it’s path runs on the map. If you mean why the route name isn’t shown on the actual map, it’s mainly as a way of reducing clutter (since the map is already a bit cluttered with all the stops to begin with). I’m always trying to make my apps more accessible for people so if this is a change you’d find useful, I’d be happy to look into making it possible. You can also use the in-app support button if you have more suggestions for things you’d like to see. -Alex

EDIT: Ah, I get what you mean now! I’m going to look into adding the actual route names to the list of stops instead of just the colors. That’s a great idea, can’t believe no one’s pointed that out yet. I’ll update you once it’s been added in the app. Thanks for the suggestion!

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