Mobile recycling could result in users enjoying 'sat nav for cyclists'

23 December 2010 — 3:54 PM

A sat nav for cyclists could be particularly useful to potential iPhone owners

Keen cyclists could benefit greatly from recycling a mobile phone and switching to an iPhone, thanks to a relatively new app.

The transport website road.cc, reviewing the Bike Hub tool, says the feature that has been dubbed the 'sat nav for cyclists' can help individuals complete journeys easily on two wheels.

It can be downloaded for no cost from Apple's App Store and will offer the best route and other travel information for those looking to ride.

Cycle-specific planning creates a trail for users to follow that is suited entirely to their needs.

Android consumers – such as those with HTC and Samsung mobiles – can get their hands on a less-advanced version of the app, with updates promised in January that will put it on a par with the iPhone tool.

Air travellers were this week offered advice by the Daily Telegraph, which suggested British Airways and Lufthansa provide the best iPhone apps.

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