London’s ‘Boris bikes’ scheme finally gets native mobile apps nearly 5 years after launch

The idea of simply unhitching a bicycle and riding off around town for as long (or short) as you like underpins London’s ‘Boris bikes’ scheme – first introduced in July 2010. Unfortunately, it managed to get a whole new name – it’s now called Santander Cycles – before it managed to launch a mobile app, which isn’t quite in keeping with the ‘agile’ and ‘responsive’ tech environment that London likes to portray to the world. Now, however, that app has arrived and you’ll never have to wonder where the nearest available bike is, how much it’s going to cost you…

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