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News ByteHopStop has redesigned its iPhone app to incorporate real-time updates about delays and other information reported by its users, from within the app. Though other services like Moovit have tried to create the equivalent of Waze for public transportation, HopStop points out that it has the benefit of two million monthly active users (a good number of whom joined last year after Apple’s default mapping app came out without transit directions of its own).
News Bytecrossed over to iOS today. The app isn’t a blockbuster hit — it has been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times in the past 30 days – but the Android version got a good review from our Bonnie Cha.