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Description

Spin provides your community with dockless bike, scooter, and electric-assist bike rental options to get you where you need to go -- whether you’re commuting to work, going to class, running errands on the weekends or exploring your city. With Spin, you’re free to roam.

Here’s how to Spin:

* Open the app to find the nearest vehicle using the map
* Enter your payment details and receive an automatic free trip
* Unlock your ride by scanning the QR code located on the vehicle
* Have fun and enjoy the ride
* When you're done, park the scooter or bike neatly at your destination following local parking rules
* Use the app to end your trip with scooters, be sure to physically lock your bike

Having access to thousands of scooters, bikes, and electric-assist bikes is as easy as downloading the app. Want Spin on your campus or in your city, or do you have feedback? Contact support@spin.pm or find more information at www.spin.pm.

As featured on New York Times, Fast Company, The Atlantic, and TechCrunch, Spin is available in more than 50 markets.

What's New

Version 2.1.61

Thanks for riding with Spin! To make your rides even more enjoyable, we update our app regularly.

What's new:
- Bug fixes and general improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5

4.8K Ratings

4.8K Ratings

Will auto-reload balance without your permission

AnonReviewer12

This app will allow you to use Apple Pay which is cool at first, but when your balance runs low, they will automatically reload $5.00 into your account without notifying you (I didn’t know that was possible with Apple Pay). When I went to turn off this setting, the switch would always toggle back on... I recorded my screen when that happened. Super scummy. I asked for a refund of this amount so I’m waiting to hear back otherwise I’ll issue a chargeback with my CC. Lastly, even if you’ve funded your account, they’ll ask you for your CC number when you try to scan a bike! They say your card will be “secure” but I wouldn’t trust them with it given my current experience with them. It also defeats the purpose and security of using Apple Pay if you eventually have to give them your card number. UCSD students: STAY AWAY. I know the free $5 is super tempting but dealing with this company and it’s BS charges is a pain. There’s so many other options in San Diego (limebike, ofo, bird, etc).

UPDATE: Spin reached out to me and told me that they cannot refund auto-reloaded balances (despite it being enabled by default and without notice). I will be contacting my CC to issue a chargeback.

Lots of bugs and issues

Zzzzzzuehrhrja

I’ll start by saying I fully support anything that gets more people riding. That being said, after using the service for a month I finally called it quits after all three bikes in different locations I tried to use today were either “currently on a trip” or “in need of repair”, according to the app.

Before Spin I used my own bike, but for bouncing between buildings at my university I figured Spin might be more streamlined than locking and unlocking my own bike with a U lock. In practice, I’ve found the experience to be extremely buggy, having to force close and open the app again almost half the time (I have an iPhone X, so not an old phone issue).

In addition, I’ve had 2-3 trips continue after locking and parking the bike (true to their word, I wasn’t charged, but still stressful). After a month, I would venture to say that at least half the bikes in my city are in disrepair. I’ve opened at least a dozen support tickets this month... support has been prompt and I appreciate that, but I can’t justify spending money anymore on this service.

Location great; bike needs repair

kjhmc123

I love the concept. We don’t own bikes so this was a fun Saturday experiment. Confusing that a family can’t share an app. We were all set to go, having put the app on my husband’s phone, and left everything else at the house, only to get to the bike site and not be able to unlock more than one bike. Maybe it is only intended for single people and not families? I know users need to be over 17. Then the pricing for the second bike was also confusing, one dollar for the first bike and five dollars for the second? We will do more research and I’m sure we will figure it out, and as I said this was an experiment. Definitely willing to try it again but seems a little hard to jump on and go. I do like the bike it’s self and it is easy to use. Mine needs some sort of repair because it squeaked with every rotation of the wheel, but the other bike my husband used worked great.

Information

Seller
Skinny Labs Inc.
*WEA.AppPages.Size*
35.3 MB
Category
Travel
Compatibility
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Unrestricted Web Access
Location
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
Copyright
© 2017 Skinny Labs Inc.
Price
Free

Supports

  • Wallet

    Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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