深圳香港地铁指南 Shenzhen Hong Kong Metro Guide app for iPhone and iPad
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Current version: 7.0
, last update: 1 year ago
First release : 14 Oct 2008
App size: 21.55 Mb
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It shows the metro map of Shen Zhen, China, in Chinese and also in English (pinyin). This version has schedule info and ticket price info as well.
Shenzhen is a city of sub-provincial administrative status in southern Chinas Guangdong province, situated immediately north of Hong Kong.
You can pinch to zoom in and out, or drag it around, double tap to zoom in, double finger tap to zoom out!
High resolution image and beautifully designed!
Great companion for traveling!
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Latest reviews of 深圳香港地铁指南 Shenzhen Hong Kong Metro Guide app for iPhone and iPad
Very helpful when you are traveling on Shenzhen and Hong Kong. I recommend !
update SZ metro lines
When will an update for the new SZ metro lines be available?
Really good app! ：）
Missing the Longgang Line
This app was recently updated, yet it is missing the Longgang line. Also, Im not sure why they give this app an English title, then post all the release notes only in Chinese. Additionally, the message pointing to the shenda station is only in Chinese. Pretty sure most biz folks traveling to Shenzhen wont be able to read this :)
You would be far better off using Google to find a map, then use the iPhone camera to shoot your monitor. Or downloading a hi-res image and synch it. (A screenshot from your iPhone will be too small). Free and more complete than this app. It will also show you the new lines opening in a few months.
This seems to be a jpeg of the subway map that you can see on the wall in every train station in Shenzhen and aside from zoom capabilities offers nothing else. There could be exit guides, click on a station to see what attractions or shopping are near that station, even a photo or two. As such, I think it should have been free.