If you know the location of the station on the map, the route is easy.
Convenience and speed are important.
The conveniences I felt were,
a) A map without station a search function was not quick enough.
b) I just wanted to know the location of the station but it was annoying to designate even the line.
c) I wanted to know the location of many stations not just two.
If you only enter the name of the station, a pin appears in the map.
If you click the name of station in the pin mode, the app moves to the location, and the pin shouts out “Here, here~” with every part of its body.
(Please look at it quickly so that it does not feel sad)
You can of course enlarge, reduce, and move it.
If the map moved to a faraway place, you can get it back with the three pin buttons in the upper part of the right side.
You can play with it as much as you want.
It also has a memo function.
If you write down a website on the memo, it is linked.
It is very convenient since you can see the memo and the web at the same time.
The official website is linked in the info, so find out updated information regularly.
The map of the app is picture, so it is not delayed like other map apps using pdf files.
It has a high-definition, so it is still clear after enlarging.