This app was removed from the App Store.
Hitch a ride
iOS iPhone Social Networking
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Hitch a Ride is an application which helps you get to places you want to go using everyone’s favorite social media sites.
With the help of a mini map system, the route of where you are destined can be posted to Facebook (to your own wall or a friend’s wall) or Twitter. This opens up hundreds of possibilities for safe transport amongst your social media friends to where you want to go
With options for TIME and a TIP/BRIBE you can let all of your friends know what time you want to leave and how much your willing to pay for a ride to your destination.
So why not try using Hitch a Ride to get you somewhere without having to rely on public transport or parking or spending your hard earned cash on fuel and general car expenses.
Why not try Hitch a Ride after a few drinks at the pub. Before calling a cab and wasting money use Hitch a ride to let your friends know you are in the area, and that you need a ride.
Parents, gift this app to your children to ensure they can always call on their friends (or you) to get where they need to go safely!
•Works anywhere in the world!
•Deep Facebook integration
•Twitter integration (iOS5+ only)
•Email and SMS integration (iMessage for iOS5+)
•Ability to plot a route in-app with up to two waypoints (not many apps can do this in-app by the way)
•Privacy feature of sharing the suburb only of your pick up and destination points (where available -> data is retrieved from the map provider, so if the map provider doesn’t have this data, then it will not be retrieved by the app, its not a bug or fault of the app)
•Minimap attached on Facebook post
•Map of route attached as an image on Twitter posts
•Option to make/share journeys before you even leave the house
•Option to “bribe” or “tip” your would be chauffeur (an option to set your currency)
•Clean, simple User Interface that adheres to iPhone design principles. If you can use an iPhone you will find our app a breeze to use
•Ability to shorten URL links (this is beneficial when SMSing your route)
* Tableview animation not showing in settings page
* Fix bug where app would not route. G maps changed a setting in their API. Hitch a ride should now be able to cope to minor changes from the API
* Fixed big where app would not save Facebook credentials
* NOTE: not fully iPhone 5 compatible yet. Preliminary release mainly to fix G map API issue.