We’ve added Twitter support to Bike Doctor iPhone.
All you need to do to use it is update to the latest version from app store and then head to the settings screen to enter your Twitter details.
Once you’ve completed a repair (hitting done on the final screen) you will be prompted if you want to Tweet your repair.
We hope you like this new functionality and we’ll also look into adding it to the Android version.
Next up: More repairs!
We’re getting plenty of great coverage at the moment of Bike Doctor. Here’s a quick shoutout to the guys that are mentioning us..
If you find yourself stuck, facing a repair that you are not quite sure how to complete, help is instantly at hand:
"You load up the app. Tap the part of your bike with a problem and follow the step by step instructions. In under 10 minutes you’re good to go and you make it home in time, just before the rain starts coming down."
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We’ve been working on the next version of Bike Doctor (As per usual!) and should be sending it off for approval in the next day or two.
Here is a sneak peak at some of the new features..
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We’ve submitted version 1.0.2 to Apple for approval:
Here is the list of fixes:
– Added Road Brake Pad replacement tutorial
– Added Mountain Bike Mechanical Disc Brake Pad replacement tutorial
– Should install and run on OS versions 3.1.2 and later (please email support if you find this not to be the case)
– Minor fixes (content and code)
We’ve responded to the overwhelming amount of people who emailed us about Disc Brake repairs and have added this first one. Plenty more are still to come..
See also: Bike apps for the iPhone
Just a quick shoutout to Darren Alff of Bicycle Touring Pro who yesterday mentioned our app on his blog. What a great endorcement! Thank you Darren
“Just imagine. You’re out on a bike ride and you get a flat tire. What do you do? If you are unfamiliar with how to install a new tube or patch the existing one, the Bike Doctor is there to save the day! Just pull out your iPhone or iPod touch, open the Bike Doctor application, and when the picture of a bike shows up on the screen just hit the part of the bike that you are having troubles with… and BAM! – the Bike Doctor will tell you everything you need to know in order to fix your flat tire.”
Bicycle Touring Pro: Bike Doctor App