Opal Mobile

Opal Mobile


Opal Mobile is a fast, convenient, free way for Sydney public transport (Train, Bus and Ferry) users to see their balance, statistics and activity.

Allows you to choose from multiple cards and view the full history of each card, cached to your phone and updated when you have internet access. Suggestions to functionality and information/statistics that you would find useful are welcome at http://h17.com.au/opal-mobile/.

* Detailed Statistics
* Supports multiple cards
* Full journey history, saved to your phone for super fast access to your account history.
* Custom landscape and tablet views to see more information - designed for tablets.
* Secure transmissions via https
* All data is only stored on the phone

Opal Mobile is a custom browsing and caching tool for data published by Opal, a NSW Transport company that manages payment cards for public transport in Sydney. We are not related to Opal, we just offer this convenient browsing tool.

Recent changes:
--Version 3.1----------------------------------------------------
* Fix for changes to the Opal Website
--Version 3.0----------------------------------------------------
* Ad Free and Widget Option
* Show the full details for each transaction
* Data clean up for any bad data
* Quick link to Opal Roll Out Schedule
* Fix for bus and ferry icons.
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Free
72
3.6
User ratings
413
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
3365 kb
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About Opal Mobile
Opal Mobile is a fast, convenient, free way for Sydney public transport (Train, Bus and Ferry) users to see their balance, statistics and activity.

Allows you to choose from multiple cards and view the full history of each card, cached to your phone and updated when you have internet access. Suggestions to functionality and information/statistics that you would find useful are welcome at http://h17.com.au/opal-mobile/.

* Detailed Statistics
* Supports multiple cards
* Full journey history, saved to your phone for super fast access to your account history.
* Custom landscape and tablet views to see more information - designed for tablets.
* Secure transmissions via https
* All data is only stored on the phone

Opal Mobile is a custom browsing and caching tool for data published by Opal, a NSW Transport company that manages payment cards for public transport in Sydney. We are not related to Opal, we just offer this convenient browsing tool.

Recent changes:
--Version 3.1----------------------------------------------------
* Fix for changes to the Opal Website
--Version 3.0----------------------------------------------------
* Ad Free and Widget Option
* Show the full details for each transaction
* Data clean up for any bad data
* Quick link to Opal Roll Out Schedule
* Fix for bus and ferry icons.

User reviews of Opal Mobile
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 3, 2015
Shows the wrong card I canceled on of my cards and that is the only activity data I can get, activities of my active card is not showing.
A Google User
Feb 1, 2015
Decent app Good app for checking balance on my card on the go. Very simple to use. That's all I want it for. Downloading my activity statement can be done via the mobile or full site. Have no issues with this app - but keep the updates coming.
A Google User
Jan 31, 2015
So very average Can't top up. No transportation information. Generaly ugly. Only shows your balance. You get that at the train/ferry/bus stop anyway. Useless. This should be a transport utility. What a waste of time and energy for you opal?! How much did you waste on this?
A Google User
Jan 30, 2015
Entered password incorrect the first time and it wouldn't let me change it no matter how many times a reset it
A Google User
Jan 29, 2015
Not that great Can't top up my Opal card on here can only view recent activity, and some info is incorrect! All the money they spent rolling out this new system and they can't create a successful app!?