By Tim Sowery, Reuters – A new app lets fans of the GreyHair bus company track bus journeys to and from their favorite events or concerts using GPS and a map.
Greyhound said the app, called FanBus Tracker, is based on the popular Google Maps app that is built by Greyhound and is available on Android, Apple, Windows and iOS.
It uses the same system as the Greyhounds app.
Greyhounds has partnered with Apple to offer the app for the iPhone and iPad, as well as on the Mac, the company said in a blog post.
GreyHair, a bus-management company, has said that it has received over $20 billion in revenue since it was founded in 2012.
The app tracks bus routes by smartphone and can be used to schedule a trip.
The app allows users to track their bus routes, which includes stopping times, fares, arrival times and departures.
The apps, which will be available to download later this month, can be downloaded for free on Apple and Android.
Users can access the app by tapping on the greyhound logo on the home screen.
Once a trip is confirmed, it will be updated with the destination and the date and time, along with a map of the bus route.
The Greyhound app will also show you the route information on your smartphone or tablet.
You can view the route on a map by using the map icon next to a bus stop, or by looking at the map by scrolling down to see the route.