Screw Public Transit Pain!



Screw Public Transit Pain!

We are solving one of the largest transportation issues in developing countries using crowdsourcing to get real-time timetable. If you want to be part of this, sing up below.

We are solving one of the largest transportation issues in developing countries using crowdsourcing to get real-time timetable. If you want to be part of this, sing up below.

Early beta testing
We are currently tweaking accurancy of our mobile app. Be part of our early beta testing. Get in on Google play
Early beta testing
We are currently tweaking accurancy of our mobile app. Be part of our early beta testing. Get in on Google play

No more waiting for your bus .. with this free app

This app will show your local bus position in real-time. As simple as that.

  There is a surprise waiting for all beta testers

Based on other users’ data we know where is your bus and how long will it take to arrive.

We use an elaborate point system that balances your searches and check-ins if you use the app regularly.

When you get on the bus you can update the timetable for other users who are doing the search.

  There is a surprise waiting for all beta testers


Why this app will help you?

This is a crowdsourcing app. In other words it’s an app that is powered by its own users. The more app users the greater coverage, better accuracy and greater social good.

We believe in the power of public transport and that it should be one of the main means of transportation in urban agglomerations to improve city conditions.

Crowd computing for crowd commuting. Help locating a bus and in return someone will help you when you need it the most. Remember that time when you missed the last night bus?

We create dynamic timetables. You can use your waiting time more effectively and track your bus in real time on your phone application.


How exactly it works?

Discover details about app users, crowdsourced data, point system and more.



Where does this app work?

The app will start it’s pilot operation in Greater Kuala Lumpur area, Malaysia. We will expand as we grow. If you want us to come to your area, do get in touch, or just follow us on twitter to get updates.

Why are we in early beta?

Data accuracy, app usability, regional habits, you name it. To get it right we have to go through many iterations of testing. And we do it on sample of users. If you want to be such early tester sign up here.

Is it for buses only?

We focus on buses at the moment. We want to cover any possible bus lines (public and private, short distance and coaches) within the covered area. In future we want to expand to lines covering trains, cable cars, trolleybuses ..

Who can use this app?

Anyone but mainly bus commuters with unreliable timetables. The more people will use it the more accurate data will be. Spread the message and get extra points.

What is the point system inside the app?

This app has two main features: search and check-in. You start using the app with certain ammount of points. You use those points when you search. You earn more of those points when you checking-in or invite other users or you can buy points. Regular users however can easily stay in balance. We made this app mainly for people with low income that’s why we will keep this point balance system.

How safe is using the app?

This app uses GPS sensor so it collects user’s location. We will never disclose personal data to anyone. To learn more see privacy policy of the app.





Can bus drivers get involved?

Bus drivers, or Bus companies do get in touch with us. We have a lot in common, and we can improve your services.

Is it free to use?

Once you use it is free, and it will stay free. Read also about point system that keeps it free to use.

How does this app work?

This app has two main features: 1. Searching for the bus. Search results are displayed on map and give you distance and time how far the buses are from you. 2. Checking-in to the bus. Once you get on the bus you can check-in to the bus.


The Team

Marek Zámečník

Having lived in 6 countries, Marek got to experience probably all kinds of public transportation around the world. As a professional venture developer he likes to take on challenging tasks that are fun to solve.

Peter Dendis

is dedicated to online marketing for almost 10 years. He is the owner of performance marketing agency Tarantula. He worked for several startups. Interested in business, technology and education.

Martin Perinaj

Is the man who thinks about design & users. He created work for Avast and various startups (including his own). Lived in London, now residing in Prague. When not designing he is into digging for some really obscure music.

Peter Kohout

Backend developer from Graz. Enthusiastic student, who loves new challenges, especially when it comes to coding. With his algorithmical mind, he is able to develop and test great android apps. This sentence is useless, needed just more text.

Rastislav Arpáš

is enthusiastic man which loves new challenges. With its entrepreneur mindset and focus on business development he is able to run and deliver everything needed. Besides he is a dog lover, Rasto loves family, friends and fun.

Christoph Strießnig

Backend developer from Graz. Enthusiastic student, who loves new challenges, especially when it comes to coding. With his algorithmical mind, he is able to develop great android apps and web-based solutions.

Martin Hrabovec

is a web and front-end developer. With his algorithmical mind and eye for design, he is able to create nice looking and effectively working websites and apps.

  There is a surprise waiting for all beta testers

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