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I also have the lyft app and there are 4 scooters parked right outside my office right now- this app can’t see any of them. I tried turning the lyft switch off and on, no change.
Only one week after I downloaded this app I started getting fraudulent like charges using pounds not USD. I had to notify lime so that I could get a refund. Don’t be dummy like me and use your Lime login info.
The push notifications are useless because there is no sound. How am I suppose to know when a scooter is available when I have no way of being alerted? It’s like someone delivering a package to you without knocking on the door. I have to stare at the screen and wait for the pop up. Since the notifications are useless, I am canceling the trial service. Great concept, but not effective.
Instead of having to open up 5 apps to figure out if there are any Jump bikes/ scooters to get where I’m going, it’s all in one easy to use map. This is a game-changer, especially if you are trying to coordinate scootering places with friends.
Had an issue and contacted them on the weekend and they had it fixed up by the afternoon. Wasn’t expecting that. Works well for me.
Excellent app but please consider changing your logo / app icon. The dollar sign really makes it feel like you’re offering a cheap (not in a good way) service- and made me question the validity / trustworthiness of your company.
Thanks for making this! Would be great if it could reliably filter out scooters that have been in the same place for too long and battery hasn’t updated, this would help filter out missing scooters
Was advertised in app at $4.99 for the “Super Version” then charged $9.99 after purchase! The price I was shown was the price I should have been charged, you can’t advertise a product at one price and then at checkout change the price to double. As much as I hate to say it I did enjoy the app and found it useful. But the developers need to honor what I was advertised at $4.99 - sorry you won’t get my money again!
Scootermap is a really useful tool for me when looking for Bird and Lime scooters to charge. It has continued to grow and evolve and add new features to make it more and more useful which makes me interested and excited what innovative tool or feature the developer will think of adding next. I give it a 4/5 for now because chargers can currently only scan Lime scooters in from this app and you have to sign out of your Lime app in order to do so. Considering you have to sign back in when you want to release those Limes in the morning, I find it to be more work than it’s worth...for now. If the developer could figure out a way to allow chargers to capture scooters from multiple companies within this one app, at the same time allowing the charger to be signed in to the original app (Lime, Bird, etc) then I would most definitely change my rating to a 5/5 and be incredibly pleased with the functionalities of this app. The only other grievance I have with the app is that I think the developer needs to do a better job at informing people before they download it that it is a third party app and that it has no affiliation with Bird or Lime or Skip or any other ride-share scooter company. The chat feature within the app has huge potential, in my opinion, to help chargers communicate with each other and help each other out, but as of right now, I get so frustrated reading through the chats because half, or more, of the questions being asked are questions that should be directed to Lime or Bird. Like asking where their chargers are or if they have been approved to charge yet, all of which could be eliminated if the developer would insert some information in the app stores and on a landing page when the app is opened, explaining that it is a third party app and since it has no affiliation with the big scooter companies, nobody within this app is going to be able to provide them with specific information regarding their personal accounts with said scooter companies. I think that it also needs to be made clear that although this app has the potential to help chargers make more money by utilizing the tools within it, nobody within this app is going to pay people. A lot of the chat questions are from people wanting to know why they haven’t been paid even though they are being charged $5 to be a super charger. Anyways, my point is, there is a lot of confusion about the purpose of this app that I believe could be cleared up fairly easily.