Good routes, 2 year old app In NYC at least, Ride the City consistently picks better bike routes than Google maps. For me, that's worth the price, especially since their website doesn't seem to work with the mobile version of chrome. That said, the app's UI needs some work. There are black on black buttons that are invisible. Has this app been updated since Gingerbread? It also feels slow on my N4.
Came across the Ride the City website and was impressed enough to buy the app for my phone. Unfortunately, all I have is a map of Melbourne. There is no where to enter my planned departure point or destination. A shame that this is the case. Anyway, valuable lesson learned - read the reviews before purchasing. Won't get stung again.
Needs huge improvement I don't understand why this application is still immature even after a few years. No way to change the route/save a particular route. Voice navigation functionality should already be included with this app by now. Developers, please please work on improvement of this product. I really don't wanna give up on this app.
Formerly great, now broken app I am a daily bike commuter, and Ride the City worked brilliantly on my Android phones since its launch. But on my new S5, there is no menu available, no way to plan a route - just a static map. Fix your code, RTC. WIthout an upgrade it's now useless.
As soon as it had me pick my city, it wouldn't let me do anything else. I can't add addresses or destinations to show bike routes. Super bummed out about this app. Waste of money so far
Unsafe in Austin Google maps gave a much safer route in Austin. My jaw dropped when this app directed me to you a road with no shoulder, no bike lane, no sidewalk, at 50mph. And this was at the "safest" setting. Aweful and dangerous.
Fixed bug causing crash when choosing a city / region.
Your go-to multi-city bike share app that tracks nearby stations, bikes & docks