Version History

Version 1.0 (7th June 2012)

  • First version

Version 1.0.1 (15th June 2012)

  • Alperton now appears correctly in train journeys
  • Direction choices at Roding Valley, Chigwell and Grange Hill corrected
  • Woodford trains from Hainault now appear under the correct direction
  • Amersham direction information corrected
  • Bug fix on station summary screen

Version 1.0.2 (29th June 2012)

  • Added missing trains at Earl’s Court, Euston, Kennington, Finchley Central, Wembley Park, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Acton Town (thanks to Andrew for spotting this)
  • Fixed problem when viewing train journeys that start at midnight

Version 1.0.3 (22nd October 2012)

  • Updated timetable
  • Option to show first, last or next three trains on station summary screen
  • Faster loading of first and last three trains on station summary screen
  • Times are now always shown using 24 hour clock
  • App starts up on the same first screen tab (lines or stations) you left it on
  • iOS 6 and iPhone 5 compatible

Version 1.0.4 (10th April 2013)

  • Updated timetable
  • Fixed missing trains to and from Watford at Moor Park

Version 1.0.5 (2nd May 2013)

  • Added timetable for Docklands Light Railway.

Version 1.0.6 (8th September 2013)

  • Updated timetable
  • Fixed missing timetables at Blackfriars

Version 1.0.7 (17th September 2013)

  • Initial support for iOS 7

Version 1.0.8 (12th November 2013)

  • Updated timetables (includes new Central and W&C timetables)
  • Corrected display of train journeys that pass Edgware Road twice
  • User interface improvements for iOS 7

Version 1.0.9 (7th August 2014)

  • Updated timetable for all lines

Version 1.0.10 (13th October 2015)

  • Fully updated timetables for all lines
  • Improved station name searching
  • iOS 9 text layout improvements

Version 1.0.11 (17th October 2015)

  • Updated Metropolitan line to the “leaf fall” timetable, valid until 23rd December 2015

Version 1.0.12 (30th March 2016)

  • Updated Metropolitan line timetable

Version 1.0.13 (17th August 2016)

Night Tube update for Central and Victoria lines:

  • Central and Victoria lines now have four separate timetables: Monday to Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
  • each day’s trains run until 4.30am so to see trains after this time switch to the next day using the calendar button on the toolbar

Version 1.0.14 (1st November 2016)

  • Added Jubilee line Night Tube timetable
  • Bug fixes related to Night Tube

Version 1.0.15 (3rd November 2016)

  • Updated Metropolitan line timetable, incorporating leaf fall arrangements and engineering work, valid until 23rd December 2016
  • Note: unlike the other timetables in Tube Times, the Metropolitan line timetable is currently different for each day of the week, so make sure you are looking at the correct day. Check in the coloured bar at the top of the screen, and if necessary switch to the required day using the calendar button in the toolbar.

Version 1.0.16 (29th November 2016)

  • Added Night Tube timetable for the Northern line
  • Northbound trains at Kennington are now divided into Charing Cross and Bank branches
  • Fully updated the Circle, Hammersmith & City and District line timetables

Version 1.0.17 (12th December 2016)

  • Piccadilly line Night Tube timetable added
  • Bakerloo line timetable updated
  • Central line train from Hainault to Leytonstone at 06h19 now goes in the correct direction

Version 1.0.18 (24th December 2016)

  • Metropolitan line timetable updated (leaf fall arrangements have now ended)
  • DLR timetable updated

Version 1.0.19 (6th April 2017)

  • Some southbound Bank branch trains at Camden Town were incorrectly appearing in the Charing Cross branch
  • Three Hammersmith & City eastbound trains were missing at West Ham on Sunday (23:48, 00:08 and 00:27)

Version 1.0.20 (18th June 2017)

  • Updated timetables for Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, District, Metropolitan, Piccadilly and Victoria lines.

Version 1.0.21 (11th October 2017)

  • Updated Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines to the temporary autumn timetables (valid 9th October to 21st December)

Version 1.0.22 (10th December 2017)

  • Updated Bakerloo line timetable (valid from 10th December)

Version 1.0.23 (22nd December 2017)

  • Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines have reverted to their normal timetables.

Version 1.0.24 (19th June 2018)

  • Updated District, Jubilee and Northern lines to the new May 2018 timetables
  • Added missing Hammersmith & City line train from Plaistow to High Street Kensington at 23:18 on Sundays
  • Improved handling of Circle line trains that originate at Acton Town or Barking

Version 1.0.25 (26th June 2018)

  • Between Edgware Road and Barking, Circle line trains to Barking are now shown as Hammersmith & City line trains

Version 1.0.26 (18th October 2018)

  • Updated Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines to the temporary autumn timetables (valid 8th October to 20th December)

Version 1.0.27 (21st December 2018)

  • Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines have reverted to their normal timetables.
  • Northern line timetable updated (Bank branch trains are stopping at Kennington again)

Version 1.0.28 (30th October 2019)

  • Updated Piccadilly line to the temporary autumn timetable

Version 1.0.29 (4th November 2019)

  • Metropolitan line now on the autumn leaf fall timetable
  • Victoria line timetable updated (valid from 4th November)
  • Bakerloo line timetable udpated (valid from 19th May)

Version 1.0.30 (12th November 2019)

  • Fixed bug in Metropolitan line: the automatic selection of the correct timetable based on the current day of the week had not been updated for the new Metropolitan line timetables, which are no longer different for each day of the week.

Version 1.0.31 (23rd December 2019)

  • Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines have reverted back to their normal timetables (valid from December 23rd)
  • Bakerloo line timetable updated (valid from December 15th)
  • Tube Times now works correctly when your iPhone is in dark mode (full dark mode support will come later)
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