May 31st, 2011
Transitly has been updated so that you can turn location helpers off. This is in response to Apple’s policy of only allowing location permission to apply for 24 hours after user granting per website. If you use Transitly on iOS and turn off location helpers this will remove the dialog on the index page asking permission for location. The trade-off is the timetable boxes will not sort by what is closest to your current location, and the stop selection page will not auto-scroll to the closest stop.
Android users are recommended to keep it on, as Android will allow you to grant permission just once for Transitly and will not re-ask permission every time the site is visited. The option is still available to disable on Android. Liquid Mongoose contacted Apple in an attempt to get them to adopt Android’s policy, but they decided not to. Feel free to contact Apple and request this, as Android’s method is better for user experience.
If you have any thoughts on which approach is better, Android vs. iOS, please post a comment or contact Liquid Mongoose directly.
October 18th, 2010
Transitly has added the city of Cleveland, OH (RTA) to the supported cities. Feel free to contact with any comments.
April 13th, 2010
Transitly now supports the newly release Opera Mini for iPhone. If any issues are found or you have any recommendations please feel free to contact Liquid Mongoose.
Transitly on Opera Mini for iPhone
March 7th, 2010
Chicago, Il (CTA) has been added to Transitly. Chicago is third in the US by ridership, so this complements Transitly’s city list by covering three of the top five.
March 3rd, 2010
Netflix has redesigned their movie pages, which has unfortunately broken Paper Case on Netflix. This redesign is being rolled out to Netflix visitors over time, so it does not affect everyone who visits the site yet. Once the roll-out seems complete to all Netflix visitors Paper Case will be updated to accommodate the changes. Thanks to everyone for bringing this to Liquid Mongoose’s attention and for your patience.
UPDATE – This issue has been resolved. Thanks to everyone for their patience on this issue.
February 6th, 2010
Albany, NY (CDTA) has been added to Transitly. Thanks to CDTA for their contact and support to make this possible. Transitly can be found on their Application Center.
July 16th, 2009
San Diego (SDMTS) has been added to Transitly, rounding out nicely service to California.
June 29th, 2009
Liquid Mongoose adds the following cities to Transitly:
June 2nd, 2009
Liquid Mongoose is pleased to announce that the following transit agencies have been added:
Now traveler’s in these cities can quickly access their next train or bus departure time on their iPhones and Android phones. This is exciting news for Liquid Mongoose, as Transitly now services the second and fifth largest US mass transit agencies in terms of ridership.