Singapore Transit v2.5

The final update for Singapore Transit has been released. It removes in-app purchases, notification configuration, and updates the database with new bus stops and routes. I’ve also published a page that outlines the retirement of Singapore Transit here....

June 5, 2020 · 1 min

Singapore Transit Retirement

1. When is Singapore Transit being retired? Singapore Transit and its push notification service are being retired on June 11, 2020. Importantly, Singapore Transit will continue to work but will not support notifications, and will not receive updates. The final version is v2.5 2. Why is Singapore Transit being retired? Singapore Transit is being retired and replaced with a series of new, more focused apps. These apps will be released throughout 2020....

May 25, 2020 · 2 min

Apple Now Requires Developers to Have Permission to Use Public RSS Feeds in Apps

Brent Simmons: NetNewsWire 5.0.1 for iOS is delayed due to an apparently new, or newly-enforced, issue: if an RSS reader includes default feeds, Apple will ask for documentation that says you have permission to include those default feeds. […] Specifically, it’s in violation of legal guideline 5.2.2: 5.2.2 Third-Party Sites/Services: If your app uses, accesses, monetizes access to, or displays content from a third-party service, ensure that you are specifically permitted to do so under the service’s terms of use....

May 11, 2020 · 1 min

Singapore Transit is 2

Singapore Transit turned two years on April 3rd. It has gradually grown from an app that had bus arrivals only to an app that includes MRT & LRT service status, traffic conditions, traffic camera images, Siri integration, and rich push notifications. v1 to v2 It has lasted longer than I thought and has had consistently higher ratings than I thought. On the Singapore App Store it currently holds a 4....

April 12, 2020 · 2 min