Bristol bus locater app downloaded by 31,000 in a year

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A bus checker app has been downloaded by more than 31,000 people in a year, according to Bristol City Council.

The free app tells passengers when buses are due to arrive at bus stops in Bristol and the west of England and where they are going.

Originally developed for the London Olympics, the council approached developers to create a West version.

A council spokesman said the app had received five-star reviews on download sites and cut waiting time at stops.

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