Bird - Enjoy The Ride

Bird - Enjoy The Ride for Pc


  • Category: Travel
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-19
  • Current version: 4.6.0
  • File size: 130.70 MB
  • Developer: Bird Rides, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Bird - Enjoy The Ride on your Windows PC

Download Bird - Enjoy The Ride for Windows: Bird - Enjoy The Ride is an Travel App, developed by Bird Rides, Inc.. The Travel App was officially released 2017-09-11. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Bird Rides, Inc., with the latest current version being 4.6.0 which was officially released on 2018-10-19. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 308,409 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 5 out of a possible 5.


Using Bird - Enjoy The Ride on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Bird - Enjoy The Ride on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use Bird - Enjoy The Ride for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Bird - Enjoy The Ride in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Bird - Enjoy The Ride application icon. A window of Bird - Enjoy The Ride will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Bird - Enjoy The Ride icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Bird - Enjoy The Ride

Developer Description

Bird gives you access to shared personal electric vehicles (scooters) that can be picked up and dropped off anywhere. Use Bird for your work commute, across college campuses, with friends, or simply just to spread your wings and get some fresh air! How it works: * Download the Bird App * Create your Account * Find and scan a Bird * Ride safely to your destination * Lock your bird and End Ride Bird is currently available in: * Los Angeles (Santa Monica, Venice, Westwood, UCLA) * San Diego (Pacific Beach, Downtown) * Washington DC, Arlington * Bay Area (Oakland, San Jose) * Texas (Austin, San Antonio, Dallas) * Memphis * Atlanta * Arizona (Scottsdale, Tempe) * Charlotte * Denver * Salt Lake City * Milwaukee * Baltimore * Minneapolis, St. Paul * Columbus * Kansas City * Raleigh * Providence, RI * Cambridge / Somerville * Portland * Cincinnati * Detroit * Paris If you would like to see Bird in your area, please send a note to hello@bird.co. For more information, visit https://www.bird.co

App Reviews

  • Update charger experience seriously needed

    2
    By Champagne Magne
    This is a review from a chargers perspective. If your downloading this app to become a charger you may want to hold off for the next few updates. Being a charger seems great until you find out how confusing and frustrating it is. You guys at bird need to hire more user experience IT guys because the app is seriously lacking on the charger side. You guys need to clear all of the red scooters off of the map. Its a terrible idea and makes things more confusing for the chargers. If you guys need help locating lost or damaged scooters you should hire a more dedicated team to do so. All these red scooters are cluttering the map! Most them should at least should drop off from the map after a few days of not being found. The same goes for the yellow scooters. You guys should aim to make charging as simple as possible! It shouldn’t be a scavenger hunt to find a scooter you want to charge. You guys are seriously wasting peoples time and gas by having these miscellaneous birds that are not even at the location. If someones says the bird is not there it needs to be removed from the map (period). Or hire a dedicated person to go around and check if the birds are really even there. Something seriously need to change if you want to see a better turn out for charging these scooter. Others wise you have people out here wasting precious time.
  • I love bird scooters

    5
    By therealiphoneguru
    I see people who Be talking bad about the bird scooter company however I give them 5 stars for all the changes they made to the app and the online help support is not the best response time but it works in do time I’m learning to have patience and I’m very dedicated! a team member who’s dedicated to the task at hand.. yes I’m a new independent contractor with bird I’ve picked them over lime because simply they have way more scooters in Atlanta then lime has yeah I see You lime fans riding by but can you say the ride is smooth as a bird scooter with the air pumped wheels 🛴 yes they also have switched tohard wheels too on new scooters but it’s made of real rubber for a smooth ride 😎 I’m team bird all the way! As a renter I have no problems finding birds to ride because I know where most nesting locations are and I grab one to ride early in the mornings yep I’m a early bird 😎 thanks goes out to the CEO that invented this Bird scooter company you are truly making a change in people lives around the world I’ve seen people from overseas here in Atlanta just to be part of the new wave 🌊 in Atlanta they on vacations riding birds every day! Talking about fun in the sun man this is epic! 🦅 🛴🤙🏽😎
  • Disappointed Charger - Lack of Support

    1
    By Kismetqueen
    I really love BIRD’s viewpoint of getting cars off the road However, from a business stand point - and my personal experience as a BIRD Charger - I honestly believe it would benefit BIRD to invest in stronger and more timely tech support ( it could take up to 24 hours to get a reply) - rather than investing in expansion to other cities, states and countries. I feel like it is a House of Cards and I would hate to see such a great idea crumble... My first several weeks as a Charger were great. Even though I only had 3 charger cables, with the proper planning and the will to hustle, on a good day I was able to charge 14-18 scooters. Around the beginning of August - my BIRD app would no longer allow me to “capture” birds. The app would vibrate when I scanned an AVAILABLE bird - but the scanned bird would not show up in my ACTIVITY TASKS. On numerous occasions, I reached out for tech support. They suggested I update the app, delete my app, change my email address, etc. None of these simple suggestions worked. After 3 weeks, and hours and hours of trying to get the app back to working mode - I’m still unable to “capture”. Apparently no one is trained or qualified to help beyond the obvious. So, quickly the Bird App went from a viable form of income to a complete waste of time. So disappointing...
  • Bird Charger begging bird to improve their app

    4
    By Alec497
    Hey so I’m a bird charger and the Bird app and everything in it works great! The service works and haven’t had any issue at all. But that does not mean this app can’t be improved. One major issue is battery drain. As a charger you need to be charging the app a lot and have the app open for a long time and due to this app using location services it drains the app fast. This is something bird can’t do much about. But in this most recent update they did something to hurt battery even more...let me explain. Most smartphones today come with OLED screens. This means they have true blacks that don’t use any battery power. Birds logo is black and the upper and other parts of the app use the be black as well. This saves battery. Any part of a OLED that is black isn’t use any power and therefore saves power. But for whatever reason bird decided to make all these area and the app a dark grey now. This new grey color will only make the app use more battery. Not less. Bird needs to use as many full black colors as possible in their app so battery drain is slightly better
  • Need to get much better at public access-ability and safety

    1
    By tjdp01
    The experience of riding a bird scooter is very fun but there are some things that the company is being very irresponsible about. Very recently they removed the feature allowing you to report bird scooters that are strewn into the sidewalks, bike paths, and even the streets. People who repeatedly do that should have their privileges temporarily revoked so that you are required to park them thoughtfully. Some people take issue with the fact that nobody actually wears a helmet, or the fact that you have to ride in the street even though on a scooter you can’t use hand turn signals, or the fact that kids are using them, or the fact that loads of people ride double. There’s other safety concerns that are harder to solve, but if bird is removing the ability to report bad parking, then they are not working to solve the nuisance that they’ve created with birds on sidewalks, or sticking out of medians into the street, or strewn across the busy bike paths. My neighbor uses a wheelchair and has to kick these fallen scooters out of her way just to use the side walk. Bird can do way better. That’s what tech is for right? solving problems. Bird should solve this problem.
  • Life changing

    5
    By Math986
    Not only does Bird provide me an additional, incredibly convenient method of travel around town, it came into my life at a perfect time. I had just moved to LA and was feeling a bit down. My Birds became like a family to me, always there to give me a ride, whenever i needed it. And it's not just like getting in a car, riding a Bird really is like flying. I always put my phone away and forget my problems when I hop on that scooter. It's sort of like surfing or a yoga practice of sorts. Just when I didn't think life could get better, I made the leap to sign up as a charger. Well I'd better not get started, but let's just say the opportunity to give back to the flock while adding a little supplemental income was just the medicine I needed. I've made new friends, got this second job, and life is good again. Thank you Bird, you're the best! Also, the product is just so much cleaner than Lime's. Sleek, classy, and effective, that's why I choose Bird.
  • I wish I can give negative stars for this garbage app

    1
    By angelmetal
    I don’t enjoy the ride. Wherever it shows me there’s a scooter there isn’t. The app never works. My camera doesn’t work ONLY ON BIRD. I uninstalled the app and logged back in and still it doesn’t work. Wherever it shows there is a bird to charge, only 25% of the time it’s there. And I’m talking about the easy ones to find. Everything about this app is trash. Their customer service never replies and is just nonexistent. I spent 20 minutes walking in 120 degree heat and NOT ONE OF THE SIX locations that showed there was a scooter was actually there. Not even on the same block OR the next block. The map never gets updated. The navigation on the map is also garbage and backwards. I spent over two hours driving to every location where there is a Bird. After one hour I gave up on the hard one. And even the green ones that are 5 dollars aren’t where the map shows. Bird is the worst and most garbage app I’ve ever downloaded in my life. You lost a customer, Bird. I hate this app. It’s not worth the wasted time, gas money and frustration. Do yourselves a favor and save your effort and time. Don’t download this garbage app.
  • Great pricing, even when you mess up

    5
    By Vulpas
    So first off, I’ve had around 20 rides and loved all but one (the scooter was damaged but you can report things like that easily in the app). It’s FAST, FUN, and so convenient! Best of all? The price. Phenomenally low costs, I joy-rode around a park with my mother one day for over an hour, and we each paid less than $9. That system was put to the test today when I took an emergency Bird and made it to my meeting just in time—naturally, I forgot to lock it and presumably left the meter running so to speak. I realized this an hour later and checked the app ready to be disappointed, but it recognized that 40 of the minutes it had been unlocked were spent immobile and I was only charged for the time I actually used it. Incredible system!! It’s how things should be, but how they so rarely are; keep it up Bird, and don’t mind the bad press, you are loved.
  • A Bird Charger’s Review

    5
    By Absuwjwsush
    This is a fun side gig, and I love riding the scooters. The app is fast on iOS 12 and it seems like this has really good potential! However: People are straight up stealing them. Just 2 days ago I saw a delivery kid with a U-lock on the bird he was using. People are hoarding them on private property and using them like personal scooters, which makes collecting them to charge really hard or almost impossible. Or, maybe they’re hoarding them to wait until they lose battery to get a higher price for charging them? Either way....I think you all should figure out a way to combat this. Maybe do what the grocery stores do and lock the wheels outside a certain radius or after a certain time. OR maybe impose fines for keeping a bird past a certain time once unlocked, or make the alarms a lot louder. This would make things a lot easier for you and us!
  • Never A Bird When You Need One

    3
    By looktostars
    Bird is fine when you find one that works. I walk to work in DC from 17th and R NW in to L and 15th NW. this is a fairly major route for people walk to work in the AM, and home in the PM. There are never any Bird’s along this route, because of it being a major walking commuter route to downtown. And when there is a random Bird along that route, it is either out of juice or off-lime due to damage. I am sure it is a never ending struggle to keep repositioning Birds around a city. That said, it would be nice if there were more of them on 17th between U Street NW and Mass Ave NW at the other end for the morning commute. And those that are there are working / have juice to be operable. I keep looking at other people riding Birds and wonder to myself, where the hell did the fund theirs? And where did they find one that works. In closing, full disclosure: I did just rented one at about 7:45 pm, with no problem. Had a nice ride. However that is the exception in my experience, and not the norm.

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