5 Best Montreal Subway App For Android

On your way to Montreal to visit the urban area, maybe to see friends, family, or even to just see the sights? Or, maybe you live in the city and commute through the metro area on a daily basis. Either way, you already know that — as with all metro areas — navigating the urban city is a difficult feat, particularly during rush hour traffic. Getting anywhere is a chore, and there’s no guarantee you’ll end up at your destination on time if you’re going by car. Luckily, there are other ways to navigate the dense city, such as by subway. But — at least for newcomers to the city — it can be difficult finding the subway information that you need. But.a s you know, there’s always an app for that!

Ready to download a Montreal Subway Map app on your phone? Here are some of the best options available for you today.

Montreal STM Subway – MonTransit

The Montreal STM Subway – MonTransit app is an essential that every visitor to the city needs on their phone. With the Montreal STM Subway app, you can not only get a detailed view of the Montreal subway system and its routes, but also view things like arrival times and planned schedules. Montreal STM is even able to get you in touch with with real-time status updates of the metro way. The Montreal subway systems serves Montreal, Laval and Longueuil in Quebec, so this app is pretty versatile as well.

Download it now: Google Play

Montreal Subway Map

If you’re heading off to Montreal for an international visit, then you might want to consider downloading the Montreal Subway Map to your phone. This enables you to look at an offline version of the Montreal subway routes, allowing you to pinch to zoom in and out, scroll around, and more. This is super handy to have on your phone so that you don’t have to pay for some absurd international data prices. Everything in the application is color coded and easy to scroll through. There are also some high res graphics that make it easy to see and navigate the app, which is far better than what you would find on Google Maps.

Download it now: Google Play

aMetro World Subway Maps

Coming in third place, we have aMetro World Subway Maps. This app is almost purely a Subway Map app, meaning you’ll be able to find all of the subway and bus maps for most capitals and major cities all around the world — even in Dubai! aMetro World comes with a handful of other extra features inside, such as being able to plan your own routes and look at estimated arrival times, but only in supported cities.

Download it now: Google Play

Citymapper – Transit Navigation

Citymapper comes in at number two place, and is easily one of the most polished Subway Map and transit applications on the market right now. One of the highlights is its modern design, with a UX that is easy to navigate. As you might expect, Citymapper has all the usual transit features like bus, subway and train routes and real time departure and arrival times. It’s got transit maps — including subway maps — of all the modes of transportation, which you can download for offline viewing. Not sure where the local station is? No problem! If you allow GPS to work with the app, you’ll be able to see all of the nearby subway and bus stations.

Download it now: Google Play

Transit: Real-Time Transit App By Transit App, Inc.

Coming up in first place, we have an app called Transit: Real-Time Transit. This one is similar to Citymapper in a lot of different ways, however, it does appear that it supports a handful of extra cities in different regions that you wouldn’t find on Citymapper. In addition to that, Transit is able to provide you with simple trip planning, but also point to point navigation, and service disruption notifications found in the Montreal metropolitan area. It’s also one of the few easy to use transit apps with a clear interface. Transit is one of the few that allows you to download subway maps and other information for offline use.

Download it now: Google Play

Verdict

Here we’ve shown you five of the best Subway Map applications for navigating the dense metropolitan area of Montreal. The Montreal-specific apps are fairly nice here; however, you can’t go wrong with Transit or Citymapper, both top applications for navigating metro systems within capitals and large metro areas.

Do you have your own favorite transit app? Let us know what it is in the comments section below — we’d love to hear from you!