AllBikesNow is the ideal application for users of self-service bicycle systems operated by JCDecaux, number one worldwide for self-service bicycle hire.
AllBikesNow uses the geolocation and mapping functions of your smartphone in order to simplify the access to the service by informing you in real-time about the availability of stations and the status of your account.
AllBikesNow provides an immediate and effective response to the following questions:
- Where to find a bike around me?
- Where to return my bike?
- Where to find a station near to a given address?
- What is the status of my favorite stations?
- How to be informed in case of the unavailability of bikes/ parking at my favorite stations?
- What is my account status?
- How much did was my last journey cost?
AllBikesNow also guides you towards the stations of your choice through GPS navigation capabilities integrated into your smartphone.
AllBikesNow is available for self-service bicycle systems of the following towns and cities: Amiens (Velam), Besançon (VéloCité), Brisbane (CityCycle), Bruxelles (Villo), Cergy (VelO2), Créteil (Cristolib), Dublin (DublinBikes), Göteborg (Styr&Stall), Kazan (Veli'k), Lillestrom (Bysykkel), Ljubljana (Bicikelj), Luxembourg (Veloh), Lyon (Velo’V), Marseille (le vélo), Mulhouse (VéloCité), Namur (Libiavelo), Nancy (VélOstan’lib), Nantes (Bicloo), Paris (Vélib), Rouen (Cy’clic), Santander (Tusbic), Séville (Sevici), Stockholm (Cyclocity), Toulouse (VélôToulouse), Toyama (Cyclocity), Valence (Valenbisi) and Vilnius (Cyclocity).
Languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Japanese, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Slovenian, Spanish.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This app is full of poor translations and it’s impossible to look around in the map which makes it completely useless.
Doesn't even get off the ground. Says a network connection is required and there's nothing wrong with my network connection. Can't even get it to tell me what exact version it is although I can see the major rev is 1.3. I'm running on iOS 4.3.5. There is a paid alternative called Dublin Bikes but reviews suggest that has it's own problems.
Why two apps
This app works fine for me as does abikenow which is almost identical. Does anyone know why there are two apps obviously designed by the same people? which is better? I find them so similar I just wonder why the duplication? I still don't quite get why it get's such a slagging from some people but I'm only an occasional user. The point is it's free so you might as well just download it and see what you think BUT do watch out for the first hurdle which is you must set it to Dublin otherwise info on Brussels bikes is not that helpful.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.