There will be a 'mobile friendly' web version released in Feb 2012 alongside the official Apple and Android releases. This will allow you to access to the app via any web enabled phone, the iPad, or even a laptop.
If you have entered your departure station and cannot find your destination, this is probably because you have to change on route. Mynet does not yet support this function, so you will have to enter all individual stages of your journey.
Remember, Mynet is not a journey planner. You need to have an established journey (e.g. your morning commute) where you know your departure and arrival station to add a journey.
You certainly can. Go to the settings screen within your Twitter account, and select 'Applications'. Within the list of approved applications you will find 'Mynet Travel' where you can 'Revoke Access'.
At this stage with version 1.0 of the app, you will get information from both ends of your route. We are working on a filter for this in version 2.0.
Not at all! There are options to link to your current social accounts, if you have them, but you can still post information, and receive it too, within the app while remaining completely anonymous.
A minor Delay is anything between 3 - 10 minutes.
We all have different perceptions of what a delay means to us. According to research carried out by Passenger Focus, a minor delay is anything less than 25 minutes. What is your opinion? Email us, firstname.lastname@example.org
You may experience some teething problems with this early Beta release of Mynet. Simply close the application from the multi tasking bar, and then relaunch Mynet as normal.