Citi Bike NYC

Citi Bike NYC


Note: As updated station and bike information becomes available, it will automatically be reflected in the app.

The official Citi Bike App is the perfect co-pilot for all your biking adventures in the city. From station locations to bike availability to route planning, and now with tips from The Scoop by The New York Times, you’ll even know where to find a great latté or steak. You’ll have all the info you need to unlock the possibilities of New York. With 600 planned locations in New York, there'll be more Citi Bike stations than tattoo parlors. To find one, just explore the map, which shows every station in the city with a simple pin that also gives bike and dock availability. Or use the search bar and check out all the stations near your chosen location. Soon you'll know your way around town better than a New York cabbie. Just tap a station pin or location and the app will sniff out the quickest way to your destination before you can say, "Hey, I'm early again." Whether you're searching for Citi Bike stations, restaurants, stores, museums or anything else, there's nothing you won't have an answer for. The search results will always list stations at the top of the list and include bike/space availability at a glance.

Recent changes:
- Bug fixes
- Map improvements, such as toggling between bike and station availability
- Updated information
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Free
61
3.1
User ratings
386
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
2
File size
6953 kb
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About Citi Bike NYC
Note: As updated station and bike information becomes available, it will automatically be reflected in the app.

The official Citi Bike App is the perfect co-pilot for all your biking adventures in the city. From station locations to bike availability to route planning, and now with tips from The Scoop by The New York Times, you’ll even know where to find a great latté or steak. You’ll have all the info you need to unlock the possibilities of New York. With 600 planned locations in New York, there'll be more Citi Bike stations than tattoo parlors. To find one, just explore the map, which shows every station in the city with a simple pin that also gives bike and dock availability. Or use the search bar and check out all the stations near your chosen location. Soon you'll know your way around town better than a New York cabbie. Just tap a station pin or location and the app will sniff out the quickest way to your destination before you can say, "Hey, I'm early again." Whether you're searching for Citi Bike stations, restaurants, stores, museums or anything else, there's nothing you won't have an answer for. The search results will always list stations at the top of the list and include bike/space availability at a glance.

Recent changes:
- Bug fixes
- Map improvements, such as toggling between bike and station availability
- Updated information

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 2, 2015
Works for me
A Google User
Apr 7, 2015
Nothing is good with this update. The station icon is hard to read. The history and trip confirmation is gone. You won't be able to stop an over time charge unless you see it on your bill. Gave it one star because you can't give it no stars
A Google User
Mar 30, 2015
Good app The refresh button update is helpful; now I don't have to remember to quit the app and re-open it. A killer addition would be to add the ability to log in to one's citibike account and have the timer start automatically when one checks out a bike. Any chance of making this happen? Also, more material design please. e.g. Swipe from left to access menu, back button to go to last screen (intuitively it would usually take you back to Map)
A Google User
Mar 30, 2015
Back button is broken! Did anyone even try this app before pushing an upgrade?
A Google User
Mar 30, 2015
FIX THE BACK BUTTON BEHAVIOR! Let me break it to you: This is not an iOS app. It should be made for phones with a very useful hardware BACK button. Which is NOT an "EXIT app" button! It's supposed to take user BACK to the previous screen, no matter what it was. What you have here is a poorly designed iOS app clone that completely breaks Android navigation paradigms.
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