Critical functionality works great, fast and accurate. I'd like to be able to turn off tray and in-app notifications. I also wish I could request a push notification when a bike becomes available in a previously-empty dock (for rush hour commuting), or set up a widget to display that info for a certain dock.
If I log in, the map hangs forever and never loads. So I have to stay logged out and click past the login screen every single time I open the app. Also, the fullness can be several minutes out of date sometimes
Overall the app is accurate and a must for citibikers. I'd like to see the ability to easily toggle on/off favorite docks in map view, since most people I assume use the same handful of docks and only want to see if those have bikes. hopefully they keep improving the app.
The app is pretty good... What I'd love is if you could integrate with Google Fit, as many other fitness apps do. It'd be perfect if you could tell Fit that I'm biking and have Fit start tracking my activity.
I purchased the annual membership recently through the app. It did not give me the option to purchase a key or any information to go about ordering a key. I was searching the app and the website with no luck, and I wrote an email which I never received a response to. I finally called the citibike customer service and was told to give my shipping address to have a key sent. It was days before I found out about this and it should be an option on the app to order a key more efficiently. This app may be helpful in locating open docks but it is not helpful in addressing any citibike related questions. In response to my previous review you guys may be 'working hard' but there are improvements that could be made to make the process more smooth for new citibike users.
The latest update redraws the map much faster when going zooming from out to in or in to out. Would be handy to be able to group (and name) favorites, such as 'home' and 'work' so you can see station status in a flash. Also why does 1 bike left in a dock, equal an orange stays for a dock! It should be more weighted. Eg. Red=0-2 bikes Orange =3-7bikes. Green= 8+ bikes
We’re excited to announce a partnership with a delicious yogurt company, Noosa. You’ll see some of their fun branding at stations throughout the city, and in the app.
- For people with no rides, last ride read “12/31/1969” - tweet us @citibikenyc for bonus points on what the significance of that date is (don't cheat and look it up)
- Keyboard tray falls away during the sign-up flow
- Text overlap on purchase summary page
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