Metro guide featuring over 300 cities from all over the world
- Over 300 cities covered
- Good route planning tool
- Basic user interface is a little confusing at first
Pocket PC users are often on the move and this explains the large number of applications geared towards helping travellers wherever they go. One of the most successful travel programs available for handheld computers is this free guide to the subway systems in over 300 cities worldwide.
Métro has a very basic interface which can be a little tricky to read if you haven’t taken a look at the user guide. Once used to the controls, though, the average user will have no further trouble with this program. Use it to plan journeys, guide you between subway and railway stations, or to help you find places of interest such as museums or government buildings.
For such a small application, it holds a surprising amount of details and with frequent updates, you don’t need to worry about out-of-date information.
- New cities: Algiers (Algeria), Haguenau (France), Cape Town (South Africa), Rabat (Morocco) Major city changes: Caracas, Reims, Toulon Other changes: Beijing, Berlin, Bordeaux, Brasília, Bratislava, Brisbane, Geneva, Košice, London, Lyon, Madrid, Murcia, New York, Paris, Porto, Prague, Rennes, São Paulo, Shanghai, Shenzhen, València, Zaragoza