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New Apps for April!

The Station Master team have been busy the past few weeks and again today we have TWO new Apps to tell you about, here they are…



Glasgow Master

We got a lot of requests from our friends in Glasgow about how we were neglecting their orange coloured “Subway” and that it should get the Station Master treatment.  After all, it is the third-oldest underground metro system in the world after the London Underground and Budapest Metro, opening in December 1896.

So, we packed our bags and travelled to Glasgow for a weekend to count the steps, escalators, ticket machines etc… just as we did for Station Master.

We even set a world record in the process for the fastest time to visit all  15 stations, although we’re waiting to hear back from Guinness to get official confirmation …

As the chorus of the famous “The Underground Song” goes:

“There’s Partick Cross and CessnockHillhead and Merkland Street,
St George’s Cross and Govan Cross where all the people meet;
West StreetShields Road – The train goes round and round;
You’ve never lived unless you’ve been on the Glasgow Underground.”


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We always had bigger ambitions when starting out on the Station Master Project, so, over the last 4 years we have systematically visited all 2500+ Railway Stations in the UK, again, collecting the extensive information required for a National Rail version of Station Master.

Finally this year we completed our goal and are able to bring you National Rail Master!


Both Glasgow Master and National Rail Master are both priced for April at £1.04 (after which they will go back up to a regular price of £14.99 each) and they are Available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch (with an Apple Watch App coming soon), Get it on Google Play for Android and from the Windows Phone Store for Windows Phone.