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Flywheel - The Taxi App
Flywheel Software, Inc.,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Travel||5.7.4||September 29, 2016||3.5|
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Version 5.7.4 released on September 29, 2016
- Enhancements for using San Francisco Paratransit - Bug fixes
Version 5.7.3 released on July 06, 2016
- Fix for crash when requesting advanced booking - Vehicle selection fix - Minor bug fixes
Version 5.7.2 released on June 06, 2016
This is a bug fix release. The app should be a lot more responsive, accurate and crash free.
Version 5.6.8 released on May 06, 2016
- Allow selection of vehicle types in San Francisco
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Currently available in San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Portland, and San Diego. Flywheel is the easiest way to get a taxi cab with your iPhone. Request a ride, watch it come to you, get notified when it arrives, and pay automatically with your phone. - Wired – "Flywheel…is a slick, seamless process for rider and driver" - The Next Web – "all the features that users have come to love and expect…with a fresher interface” - Here’s what our users are saying: “Simple.” “Reliable.” “Fast.” “Consistent.” “Awesome.” ------------------------------- The Flywheel advantage is simple: Fast & Convenient - Hail a ride with one tap from wherever you are - Hundreds of drivers from multiple fleets ready for your request Reliable - We handpick only licensed and insured professional drivers - Track your driver’s approach on a live map Affordable - Always pay the same fare, every hour of every day - Never pay surge pricing
Flywheel - The Taxi App Ranking History | Travel
Flywheel - The Taxi App daily app ranking in Travel category for the last 30 days.
Flywheel - The Taxi App Worldwide Rankings | Travel
Flywheel - The Taxi App rankings per country in Travel category.
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