'Cuando SUBO' app now available also for iOS

There are 5 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by serafina.

  • Cuando SUBO is the app developed to know bus schedules in real time.

    It was first launched for Android only, and now it has been released for iOS.

    With a little caveat - it is available only on the Argentinian store. Bummer!


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  • Same goes for a few banking apps.

    It’s not a big deal - creating another country account for the App Store is trivial.

    You make a throwaway email address with Gmail or whoever.

    Set up a new Apple ID with this new address, get the confirmation email there.

    Log out of your App Store account, log into the new one you just made, download whatever you want. Done.

    Once you're done, log out and back into your normal account.


    It used to be that to update the apps, you had to log out and back in every time.

    Now iOS supports updating apps with various Apple ID’s on the same phone.

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  • It used to be that to update the apps, you had to log out and back in every time.

    Now iOS supports updating apps with various Apple ID’s on the same phone.

    Thanks! That's crucial.

    I have accounts in two countries for a number of reasons (i.e. some apps I need to use that are available only on some stores) but it somehow messed up my AppleID (mixing it with my iTunes account). Now my iPad is a beast of its own and it has no app... I see them with the little cloud that reminds me I need to reinstall them on the device.

    I suppose there some setting to sync/de-sync apps across iOS devices that causes this.

  • [quote='Splinter','https://www.argentinaexpats.org/forum/index.php?thread/1968-cuando-subo-app-now-available-also-for-ios/&postID=13264#post13264']

    I don't understand why they don't put it on Google Play or iTunes directly.

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    Maybe that would make it more expensive? I have no idea on pricing to publish free apps. The app ‘MiArgentina’, which is sort of a virtual wallet’, is available to me.
    Also the bike app, but I had to go physically in Chacarita to register and I now have to go somewhere in Villa Crespo to get the physical card.



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