It's My Stop is the app that countless commuters have probably wished for at one time or another especially if they've experienced the nightmare of missing their stop.
It's My Stop is really simple to use. Just add your stop, decide how much warning you want before arriving and let the app do its stuff. You can choose to have a 5, 10 or 15 minute warning before your stop and another one as you arrive at your stop. The app works in the background and alerts you at the appropriate time.
Best of all, It's My Stop works on buses or trains anywhere in the world using location information only - it doesn't need to consult any bus or train timetables!
Next time you travel you can relax reading a book, listening to music, playing games, dealing with your email or catching up with friends on social networks. Maybe even catch up on some sleep! You can rely on It's My Stop working in the background on your phone to warn you as you first approach and then arrive at your stop.
It's My Stop already has built-in train station lists for many rail networks including:
* Network Rail (UK)
* DLR (Docklands Light Railway) (London UK)
* Eurostar (Europe)
* Metro North (NY, USA)
* Long Island Railroad (NY, USA)
* WMATA Metrorail (DC, USA)
* CTA 'L' (IL, USA)
* MBTA (MA, USA)
* PATH (NY, USA)
* BART (CA, USA)
* SEPTA (PA, USA)
* LA County Metro (CA, USA)
But don't worry if your rail network is not listed because you can always add your own stops by giving the bus or train stop address anywhere in the world.
Unlike other apps It's My Stop is smart about conserving your battery and you are always in total control because you can easily switch the app on or off at any time.
People use It's My Stop for their regular train and bus commute or when they travel somewhere new. It's My Stop doesn't care whether you're travelling by bus, train or car - it will still alert you in time for your stop.
Don't take our word for how amazing It's My Stop is, just listen to what one of our users said recently... 'What a stroke of genius! I can now listen to music on my phone whilst on the train without worrying if I can hear the announcements for my stop'.
Why not give it a try?