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Travel through the day more easily with SBB Mobile. The app offers simple and personalised timetable enquiries – and you can purchase a ticket in just two clicks. An integrated travel companion keeps you up to date on delays, platform changes and train cancellations in real time. You can now purchase your tickets by «monthly invoice» – Switzerland’s favourite way to pay online. And did you know that you can buy cheap tickets like the Saver Day Pass and supersaver tickets on the app?

Timetable features:
• Touch-Timetable
• Connections from current location
• Local, national and international timetable queries
• Connection information with real-time data
• Occupation forecast
• «Take me home» functionality

Assortment:
The current version of SBB Mobile allows you to purchase the following types of tickets:
• Regular tickets in Switzerland
• Tickets for regional fare networks
• Supersaver tickets
• City-City-Tickets
• Day passes
• 9 o'clock travelpass
• Class upgrades (Switzerland)
• Class upgrades (regional fare networks)
• Nighttime supplements
• Seat reservations
• Bike reservations
• Bike passes
• Travelpass for children
• Travelpasses for dogs
• Class upgrade from 9 a.m.
• Special regional fare tickets

The available features of SBB Mobile are constantly being expanded. However, the following features are not yet available:
• Extension tickets
• International tickets
• Swiss travelcards

Payment options include credit cards, the PostFinance-Card or Apple Pay.

Data security and authorizations.
Why does SBB Mobile require authorisations?

Location.
To use the «Take me home» function and display the stops in the vicinity of the current location, the GPS function must be active.

Calendar and e-mail.
To import timetable information into the calendar, SBB Mobile requires writing and reading rights.

Camera hardware control elements.
To be able to personalize your touch-timetable.

What’s New

Version 8.8.1

· Improved maps for changing trains at the stations
· Includes support for 11-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation)
· Bugfix for the calendar export on iOS 12
· Bugfixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
34 Ratings
34 Ratings
SwissAir is the Worst ,

Need more time for class upgrades

The newest version refuses to let you buy any ticket as soon as the train is scheduled to leave (even if the train is late). This is particularly annoying with class upgrades. There are many mornings it takes a few minutes to realize there are no seats in 2nd class. I would happily pay to upgrade my to first class, but the app won't let you as of the second the train is SCHEDULED to depart. There is no accounting for late trains and no grace periods for class upgrades. Please let me give you my money! More money for SBB and no more journeys spent miserable (and hot) standing in 2nd class.

killamajig2 ,

Great app for navigating Swiss transit

I used this app during my week long trip to Switzerland to travel in and between Zurich, Mürren, and Lucerne. It was great for buying tickets and giving me connection information - it helped save a lot of hassle and confusion!

My only feature request is to be able to integrate with the SBB ticket shop accounts, so I can import my ‘half price’ fare card - instead of always having to open up the PDF on my phone for every ticket inspector.

AlpTek ,

No more zone extensions

In the latest update, zone extension tickets are no longer possible. This would be fine if my profile knew what kind of monthly pass I already have. Instead I now have to input an itinerary for only the stops that font cover my pass so I can buy the appropriate ticket.

For example, I have a ZVV pass that covers the city of Zürich. If I want to travel from Zürich HB to Langnau-Gattikon, I have to input an itinerary from Zürich Soodober-Leimbach to Langnau-Gattikon. Then I can buy the ticket that covers the missing zones.

But this is very complicated. Usually I want to know the schedules from where I leave. Also I often don't know at which stop the zone changes requiring me to look up a zone map. Basically this is way too complicated.

What would be easy is that the app knows my ZVV pass and never asks me to pay for zurich city zones, even for an itinerary starting from Zürich HB.

Information

Seller
SBB
Size
85.9 MB
Category
Travel
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, French, German, Italian
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Location
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
Copyright
© 2018 SBB Personenverkehr
Price
Free

Supports

  • Wallet

    Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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