What A Difference A Day Makes

The Transit app has been a trusted asset to me since its debut in the App Store. For the past several months the people behind this awesome application have obviously been hard at work adding more and more services like CitiBike this past summer followed by Über in December. While both these services might be good I have no need of them. So like anyone normal person in that position I promptly disabled them.
Which is where my problem begins. Simply put Über and CitiBike won’t go way if disabled. To be more specific, when I disable these two services in the settings then return to the main application screen all is well. But when I completely shutdown the app and restart it some time later what appears again… Über and CitiBike. Why? It was previously disabled and none of the other disabled services reappeared just those two. What complicates the issue is that it seems to be inconsistent and only happens after the app hasn’t been used for a few hours or more. I couldn’t even pin it down to a specific amount of time. Also, I wasn’t sure if it’s the application itself or something in iOS not playing nice with the application so I decided to hold off on saying anything until I could get some idea of what is really going on as I don’t like jumping to conclusions without conclusive evidence. Well, yesterday Apple released iOS 8.1.3. This is Apple’s sixth update to iOS 8 since its release which resolves a number of issues people have been complaining about. I bring this up because miraculously I no longer have any issues with the Transit app not maintaining all its settings. So my best guess at this point is the latter. Goes to show what a difference a day can actually make.


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