Indego bike share is an initiative of the City of Philadelphia, with hundreds of self-service bikes and and more than 100 stations throughout the city. The official Indego app allows you to check bike and dock availability, purchase a pass, log into your account and contact customer service by chat, phone or email.
Indego offers round-the-clock access to public transportation on your schedule. Passholders can walk up to any station, grab a bike and go and walk up users can purchase a single trip at any station with their credit card.
With the Indego app you can also:
• Find the nearest station to your location
• Checkout a bike
• See how long your bike has been checked out
• Renew your pass or view your trip history
• Search for specific stations or places in the city
You must be 14 and over to ride Indego. Visit rideindego.com for more information.
Bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
as much as I appreciate the convenience of these bikes, I don’t appreciate being stranded miles away from my home and being forced to spend more money on the subway or on an uber to get home, only because Indego doesn’t provide 24/7 support, or because the app goes down. This has happened multiple times and with zero effort on their behalf to make things right. I have never been offered any monetary refund and yet time and time again I am left miles away from home only to be left once again paying for an alternate route home. It’s getting old.
What a cool company
I used this app when I was visited Philly. I was mostly in City Center so the convenience of have a docking station on every corner was great! I ran into a few problems with docking the bikes. Like how my bike would be fully docked and locked but the app wouldn’t recognize it and continue to charge me for my time. I called tech support and they were so nice and accommodating. They told me I didn’t need to call if I didn’t wanted that they have a number to text that is just as convenient. Other than that, using the bikes was a great experience. When I left Philly, I guess I selected a renewing service with the bikes that I wasn’t aware of and called tech support to cancel. Every time I’ve called Indego, they have been nothing but nice and easy to work with. They refunded me my money and I left with a great experience. I don’t usually leave reviews but after using Lime, Lyft, and Rider services, I think I’m in love with Indego. They have a few kinks but overall, I am throughly impressed!
Never Make Apps Again
The entire development team for this “app” should be fired and then sued. I don’t even know where to begin with the broken and ugly areas of this dysfunctional piece of trash. Do I begin at the fact that when I open the app it suggests that I download the app? Do I start with delivering the message that 2007 called and wants its app back? Do I start by pointing out that this “application” is nothing more than a crappy web browser? Do I begin with its broken API and authentication problems? I can’t even create an account much less login or pay for a rental bike. My friend had to ride on the back of one of the bikes with me because of how broken this so called “app” is. I’m surprised, given Apple’s standards of quality for what is allowed in the App Store, that this app even passed their QA approval process. Imagine being a company, and designing an app you so obviously have never used yourselves. Sad, just sad.
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- Bicycle Transit Systems, Inc.
- 83.5 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.