Press release: Nearest thing to a ‘SatNav for Cycling’ launched for iPhone
CycleStreets iPhone app now available!
Cambridge, 22nd September 2010 CycleStreets, the community-based UK cycle routing people, have today released their much-anticipated CycleStreets Journey Planner & Photomap app for iPhone. And it’s free! www.cyclestreets.net/mobile Created by cyclists, for cyclists, the free iPhone app is the nearest thing to a SatNav for cycling, enabling people to plan journeys anywhere in the UK with an innovative and […]
Guest post: Bike Hub app
The nearest thing to a SatNav for cycling is now available on your iPhone. Download it from the App Store now – for free! And it's free! Our OpenStreetMap-based routing, for cyclists by cyclists, is now available on the move, complete with full placefinder, tap-to-set and with turn-by-turn directions. Read all about it on our […]
Technote: Versioned routing database
This is a guest post from Carlton Reid, executive editor of BikeBiz.com and the editor of BikeHub.co.uk, who commissioned and helped designed the great new Bike Hub app which uses our routing! Less than 24 hours after hitting iTunes, the Bike Hub journey planning and bike shop finding iPhone app snuck into the top ten […]
Guest post: Introducing London Bike App
A techy post, since we've not had one for a while! Over the weekend we rolled out some new infrastructure that has taken most of Simon's time for the last month. And thanks to donations and grants that we received, we now have a machine that works primarily to churn out imports without slowing down […]
Guest post: Introducing Cycle Hire App
This is a guest post from Nic Wise, creator of London Bike App – for the London cycle hire scheme, who is using our routing interface in his app. We asked him to tell our readers about his app, as it's another of our favourite apps of the seven(!) that have been released! He doesn't […]
CycleStreets mobile app: almost there now!
This is a guest post from Alex, creator of Cycle Hire App – for the London cycle hire scheme, who is using our routing interface in his app. We asked him to tell our readers about his app, as it's one of our favourite apps of the seven(!) that have been released, and that's not […]
Cyclestreets iPhone App Beta
Our mobile app is nearing completion. Unfortunately the schedule slipped by a month as we were keen to complete our backend work to ensure the routing was fast enough to support it, something that is now in place. Also, we've been held up slightly by EXIF-related issues (so that uploaded photos get the correct position […]
CycleStreets mobile app funding
This is a guest post from our mobile developer, Alan Paxton, about our forthcoming new iPhone app (which we've been able to do as a result of grants from the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund and Cycle Cambridge). I'm going to be one of the people giving a 5-minute talk to Edinburgh Techmeetup tonight (http://techmeetup.co.uk/blog/). I […]
CycleStreets iPhone app coming soon!
As previously announced, we're busily preparing a new iPhone app. We mentioned in our last posting that the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund has kindly given us a grant of £5,000 towards this project. We’re extremely grateful to the Trustees of the Fund for their support – their funding has enabled this much-requested new interface for CycleStreets to come […]
In town somewhere unfamiliar and don’t know how to get home? Want to avoid a hilly area for your cycle journey? Know about main roads but don’t know the quiet route home? Found somewhere that needs cycle parking or infrastructure improvements which you’d like to tell others about? An iPhone app has been the number-one […]