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:
Added a Refresh Button - Tap the Refresh Button to get the latest information on all of our stations. Slide it out to see the last time the information was updated.
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2.9
User ratings
318
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
2
File size
3147 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:
Added a Refresh Button - Tap the Refresh Button to get the latest information on all of our stations. Slide it out to see the last time the information was updated.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 4, 2014
Add more offline storing capacity And give WiFi connections to the app via your station so the app can synchronize the data there with NFC.
A Google User
Jun 2, 2014
Inaccurate. Counts dead bikes. Refresh lags.
A Google User
May 23, 2014
Who's the genius that determined where to place the stations I don't have a negative comment on the app. Actually I've been playing w it and it appears functional. But who's the idiot that concentrates the bike dispensaries so close together in Midtown (two racks within eye shot of my office and several other less than three blocks away) but none near my apt. I'd love to ride to work in the morning and ride back at night. But can't do that...... I cannot believe I'm alone. If the city want to cut down on traffic or at least allow for healthy alternatives....
A Google User
May 18, 2014
Awful I installed a task killer solely because of this app. When exiting the app using the "Quit" button and then re-opening it, the app no longer works and can't find your location. Only by killing it manually is it usable again. NYC Bike is a much better app.
A Google User
May 15, 2014
Great update! No more crashes and a refresh button! I'm happy!