10 results for tag: iPad

Our revamped and redesigned Spotcycle v. 45 is now available for iOS and Android

Our long-awaited Spotcycle upgrade for Android and iOS is now available! We’re proud to reveal the best version of our Spotcycle product yet – we’ve dubbed it "version 45" for the "forty-five ways Spotcycle enhances your bike share experience"1. The latest version of the Spotcycle bike share application includes all the useful features you’ve ever loved in all our previous versions including: Finding stations, available bikes and bike docks near you Saving favorite stations Getting biking directions Displaying bike paths and lanes Rental timer and alarm Multiple city support Free and ad-free And more... And here ...

Spotcycle download available for iOS (4.1.3) that addresses changes to system feeds

We’ve just released a minor patch to Spotcycle for iOS  (version 4.1.3) that addresses issues when the data feed for a bike share system changes. Spotcycle will now detect when a city’s bike share feed changes when you load the application and automatically update the feed. This means that any changes to the data feed will be transparent to you the next time you launch Spotcycle. Thank you to all our users who have been sending us feedback! We really appreciate your help in making our app better!

Tiny bug fix to Spotcycle for iOS released (4.1.2)

Our team just pushed a minor bug fix to Spotcycle for iOS where the last refresh timestamp sometimes was not appearing to update even though the station data was correct. Download it from the iTunes App Store if you haven’t already! Also, we’re taking the opportunity to let you know about our upcoming reboot to Spotcycle for iOS and for Android. We’re really excited to get these updates out so bike share users can take advantage of the summer cycling season with Spotcycle!

Maintenance updates now available for Spotcycle on iOS (4.1.1) and Android (3.4.3)

Heads up, Spotcycle users! Quick note to let you know we’ve made a few tweaks to improve Spotcycle on both iOS and Android that fix a few minor bugs. Here are the details: Spotcycle for Android (version 3.4.3): minor bug fixes to resolve some Lollipop compatibility issues (Android 5.1+) Spotcycle for iOS (version 4.1.1): a few minor modifications to resolve bugs Download the latest version of Spotcycle for iOS or Android to make sure your bike share experience continues to roll smoothly!

Spotcycle 4.1.0 update now available for iOS devices

Our latest updates to Spotcycle for iOS are now out in version 4.1.0. We’ve had our ear to the ground and made a number of functional and aesthetic improvements to the application including the following: Added a new Rental timer widget to the Today view Added new sets of map pins Improved search results positioning, directions and places Improved to map refresh functions Improved geolocation service management (now enabled only when in use) Improved handling of device authorization permissions (camera, notifications and location services) Minor improvements to the user interface Various bug fixes Download the upgrade now from ...

Spotcycle release 3.4.1 for iOS and Android resolves a few minor bugs and improves performance

We’ve made a few minor updates in Spotcycle 3.4.1 for Android and iOS devices to resolve a few issues with the application crashing, bugs with some generated links, and we’ve made a number of performance improvements. You can download the latest version of Spotcycle with these updates from here. Meanwhile, we’re still working on our Spotcycle Lab project where we’re crafting our ultimate bike share app. We’d like you to let us know how we’re doing with Spotcycle. Feel free to leave us feedback on our Spotcycle Lab soapbox at lab.spotcycle.net or leave us a comment below. You can also tweet us at @Spotcycle with the hashtag ...

Spotcycle 3.4.0 update adds bike routes feature to Android and user-friendly improvements

Our Spotcycle development team worked hard through the dreary winter months to make sure bike share cyclists can make the most of the new biking season! Spotcycle version 3.4.0 adds bike route recording for Android among other enhancements for a more user-friendly experience. Here's the latest on updates they've made to the iOS and Android mobile apps, as well as updates to the Web version of Spotcycle: Android and iOS Map view starts up in Nearby mode Added setting to display selected number of nearby bike stations Added color scheme customization to pie chart icons Synchronized units of measurement with Spotcycle.net account...

Spotcycle’s got Kansas City B-Cycle covered

The B-Cycle bike share schemes just added Kansas City to their roster of cities! Naturally, Spotcycle's support has followed suit -- starting today, Spotcycle users can take on downtown Kansas City in full stride. It is a transparent update so there's no need to download any updates for your smartphone. (Or, if you haven't already, you can always download the Spotcycle app for free).

Our growing Spotcycle family welcomes DecoBike schemes and version 3.2 iTunes Store release

The Spotcycle development team is seriously on a roll: they've now added the DecoBike schemes to Spotcycle. It will be a transparent update, as you won't need to download anything. Here are the new cities we'll be supporting: Miami Beach-Surfside, FL Long Beach, NY And, to top it off, Spotcycle 3.2 for iOS is now released and ready for download from the iTunes Store, so you can check out the Decobike maps and all the the great new Spotcycle features for yourself.  

Our latest Spotcycle application update for iOS devices and Web

Thanks to our diligent Spotcycle development team, the latest version of the Spotcycle Web app is now up and running, and the newest version of Spotcycle for iOS devices (Spotcycle 3.2) will be available for download shortly. In addition to adding new bike share schemes (a transparent server-side update for Spotcycle users), these latest application updates introduce a number of convenient features: iOS (mobile version) Added pie chart icon pin set for displaying available bikes and docks directly on the map Search for nearby local businesses, such as restaurants and shops using Google Places You can now pan through the map while ...