In short: no, and here's why.
Above all, our goal is to provide publicly accessible transit solutions that don't discriminate based on access or demographics. Nearly 24 percent of Americans do not own a smartphone, but still have buses or trains to catch. Even for those who do own smartphones - your battery does not last forever, and often the places where transit information is the most useful are outside range of cell service.
Additionally, since each TransitScreen is hand-tailored for its specific location, the information it provides is exactly what residents are going to use. App-based solutions place the information burden on the user, rather than onto the owners of urban infrastructure.
However, if you're really set on on using TransitScreen on your phone - residents and employees in buildings with a TransitScreen can also access a URL on their mobile devices. If you'd like to learn more about this option, email us at email@example.com.