In Spanish: ““¡Mi desviador esta roto!”
In Swedish: “Min växelförare är trasig!”
Now you know how to say my derailleur is broken in two more languages!
Just don’t ask me how to pronounce the Swedish version…
Our bike maintenance guide for iPhone and iPad now has two more languages. If your settings are in either of these languages, you’ll see the new translated version.
I’m afraid this update will not be available yet for the Android edition of our app.
We’ve also made some upgrades:
- App size is now smaller
- Higher quality images
- You can now swipe through steps on the iPhone edition, same as on the iPad edition
- You can now search through repairs on the iPhone edition, same as on the iPad edition
- The look of the iPhone app has been updated
- The app now looks good on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
It’s been a pleasure to work on these updates, and I hope it makes Bike Doctor a more useful app for anyone who’s maintaining their bike themselves.
In the new year, we’ll be focused on adding additional repairs to the app, as well as updating the photography on some of the first guides that were ever added to the app.
If you are using the app and enjoy it, please do leave a review in the App Store. It makes a big difference for helping others discover the app.
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