Through the partnership, Apple is sharing Ito World's bike data feed that includes information for 179 cities in 36 countries.
Once again, Apple chose to integrate an existing data set instead of putting together this data in-house.
We first learned about Apple working on bike-sharing information into Maps last April, but the company's partnership with Ito World provides the them with a large portfolio of bike-sharing data.
An Apple Maps feature went live on Monday with bike-sharing data for more than 175 cities in 36 countries. You can start searching for bike-sharing services on Apple Maps right now. As the name of the service is different in each city, you often end up on Google looking for local bike-sharing services.
Launched late past year, Ito World's bike share data feed is the first commercially available, global bike sharing data set provided as a single feed.
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Though the latest update is a big thing, it isn't enough to lure users of more sophisticated apps for bike-sharing information.
Apple Maps now supports a wide range of services in many cities.
The iOS app can now provide the location of the nearest bike-sharing service in the user's city.
Apple Maps supports Citi Bike in NYC, Ford GoBike in San Francisco, BIKETOWN in Portland, Santander Cycles in London, bicing in Barcelona, BIXI in Montreal, CityCycle in Brisbane, nextbike in Germany, Austria, Croatia, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and dozens of others. So patrons of such type of service still need to use other apps, like Mobike, Ofo or oBike.