By Hitachi Systems, Ltd.

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2010-09-24
  • Current Version: 1.4.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 9.48 MB
  • Developer: Hitachi Systems, Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 134 Reviews)
  • Price:
HYPERDIA by VOICE App Ratings: 3
Total 134 Reviews

HYPERDIA by VOICE App Description

HYPERDIA is a train timetable application that allows you to search using natural language spoken queries in either English or Japanese. For example, try a query like "Narita Airport to Shibuya station, last train." The search parameters will be set automatically, providing quick access to the train timetable information you are looking for. This can be particularly handy if you are a foreigner traveling in Japan for the first time, or simply prefer to see timetable information in English. ===================================== [Jul 12, 2017 UPDATE] We supported for 64bit architecture. ===================================== ===Using Voice Search=== The English language voice search system supports "Departure station", "Arrival station", "last train", and "first train" input parameters. You may also specify time information. The voice search functionality helps to eliminate otherwise difficult and time-consuming text input, particularly when entering the names of Japanese train stations. Voice search is also useful when you are in a hurry, or when it's awkward to input text using the built-in keypad. Stations with similar pronunciations will appear as alternative candidates, making it easy to select your desired station. The application also supports telephone-style usage. You can simply lift the phone to your ear and speak your query as if you were having a normal telephone conversation. Of course, it is also possible to specify your search parameters using the built-in keypad without using the voice functionality. ===Route Search=== Search for all JR lines, private lines, subways, streetcars and airports is supported. Information including the shortest route, fares, commuter fares, and links to time information and maps is shown. It is possible to filter results based on plane routes, shinkansen, and rapid lines, as well as JR versus private railways. ===Japanese version=== Both English and Japanese versions of the system are available. This allows the user to search the same set of nationwide Japanese stations in either English or Japanese using text or voice input. Note that the English-language voice system is tailored to American English accents. ===30 days Free Trial=== The trial version of the application can be used for free for 30 days, starting from the first usage following installation. At any time during or after the end of the 30 days trial period, you may purchase a usage coupon to continue using the application and enable the full set of available features. ===Coupon=== In order to use HYPERDIA after the free trial period, it is necessary to obtain a coupon by making an In App purchase. Four different types of coupons are available. (Prices subject to change.) * Japanese (1 month) - $1.99 * Japanese (1 year) - $16.99 * Japanese + English (1 month) - $2.99 * Japanese + English (1 year) - $25.99 Please be aware that if you purchase a "Japanese + English" coupon when you already have a valid "Japanese" coupon, the "Japanese" coupon will become invalid. WARNING: In order to use this application, a stable Internet connection (3G, WiFi, etc.) is required. Please note that, although great care and effort have been taken in the development of this application, it is possible, due to circumstances beyond our control, that fare and/or time information may occasionally be incorrect.


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  • Old app, but useful for Japan Rail lines

    By gordeonbleu
    This is such an old app, but it’s a must have for JR lines especially since neither Google nor Apple Maps are good at routing on JR routes. This is also helpful for rapid (bullet) trains.
  • Terrible

    By Kb34
    Why is it 3.99 a month (that starts on the first so if you buy it on the 15th, you only get 1/2 a month!!) Also the interface is old and clunky. I just found JAPAN TRAVEL and it is excellent and has travel articles. I recommend you use that instead.
  • Must have when traveling to Japan

    By Mrs. CFP
    We were in Japan for 8 days, went to Tokyo, Kyoto and Hiroshima and this app was a lifesaver! Works well especially since we have a JR Pass, filters out what bullet trains we can take.
  • Unable to contact support

    By jaynek55
    I must've done something wrong on the purchase as I'm unable to contact customer support in English. Everytime I want to switch to English or asks if I want to purchase a coupon. I can't cancel the purchase because the email pops up in Japanese.
  • Missing some schedules

    By gamer1408
    Compared with web version
  • To devs...figure out a pricing model that makes sense

    By Thank you, Drive thru
    And you’ll have plans of happy paying app users. But the subscription model you have currently is unjustifiable.
  • It’s free online

    By Kayochan19
    Yes why pay if you can use it free from their website. Save your money and use the website. It’s not worth paying for it
  • Ridiculous

    By evansvilleace
    No reason for this to be a subscription-based app. Save your money and use Navitime or Google.
  • Why pay monthly when you can use the website?

    By Greatwaveoffosaka
    It does what I was looking for but paying a monthly or even yearly free is crazy when you can use the website for free. I don’t mind paying a one time fee but anything other than that is wasteful. Save your money and use their website. Also the user interface needs to be worked on
  • Bad GUI

    By justlittleofurtime
    as title