They’re Back!

Back by Popular (and Our) Demand – the Decimal Point.  Et, le Vóila!

As many of you know and told us, our MyBikeInfo code update for version 4 of the iPhone resulted in the loss of the decimal points on the numerical keypad.  Well, we got that fixed.

Apple approved the latest version of MyBikeInfo last week and the issue is resolved.  We all can now put decimal points in everything.  Whew!  That took a bit of work.

Apple has announced another OS update and I, quite frankly, am hoping we don’t need to go through this drill again.  Stop already!

We Love Your Comments and Suggestions

We created MyBikeInfo to serve as a complete record of all the information about each of your bicycles, in effect, a Road ID® for your bikes that you have with you all the time.

We have a list of suggestions that we are working on as funds permit.  We created this application to support the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project’s bicycling awareness program, so we rely on MyBikeInfo sales to fund development.

Track and Graph Your Mileage and Elevation in MyBikeInfo

For those of you that have not noticed, you can now enter your ride mileage and elevation, and MyBikeInfo ille keep track of your totals.

MyBikeInfo also has a graphing function to show your trends across multiple rides.  We hope you find this useful and we look forward to hearing how these functions are working for you.

Warm regards.  Robert and the MyBikeInfo Development Team.

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About The Success Architect®

Founder and CEO of The Success Foundry | Best Selling Author | Speaker | Senior Fellow @ the Center for the Digital Future USC Annenberg School |Business Coach Founder, CEO of TSG Inc | Founder and Partner of InterSpaceLA | Thought Partner | LinkedIn Trainer and Coach | Founder of Pony Express Riders | Motorcycle Rider | Bicycle Racer | USA Cycling Coach | Retired career Army officer | Prostate Cancer Advocate | Founder and CEO of Prostate Cancer Awareness Project, Inc. | Find me at LinkedIn.com/in/robertwarrenhess.
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