Apple approves iPhone app version 1.1

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Version 1.0 of the iPayRoadTax iPhone app wasn’t much to write home about. It deservedly got a kicking on iTunes, garnering only 2.5 out of 6 stars. However, version 1.1 is far better and has been approved by Apple. It’s available, for free, in the iTunes app store.

New features include YouTube videos, a listing of the latest tweets, pix of iPayRoadTax jerseys out in the wild, and an RSS feed from the utterly brilliant How We Drive blog by Tom Vanderbilt. All of the text and graphics from iPayRoadTax.com is also on the app, meaning you don’t have to access the site’s mobile-ready version. Text stays on your iPhone so even when you’re out of range of a 3G mast or not sat in a wifi zone, you can access the facts, stats and stories that make up the site.

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  • allanramsay

    As cyclists we all pay road tax, which should entitle us to protection and respect. Sadly, unlike on the Continent, we don't get much of it.

    A handful of decent drivers for sure, but for most, cyclist hating morons who don't think we should be on the road. Then there's the morons who simply don't give a toss for any laws or respect any roaduser.

    The worst of these has to be the prats using hand held mobile phones. If these bug you, get one over on them by signing the petition calling on the Prime Minister to introduce driving bans for the offence.
    Go to http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/mobilemenaceban
    And get family and friends to do same

  • Anonymous

    As cyclists we all pay road tax, which should entitle us to protection and respect. Sadly, unlike on the Continent, we don’t get much of it.rnrnA handful of decent drivers for sure, but for most, cyclist hating morons who don’t think we should be on the road. Then there’s the morons who simply don’t give a toss for any laws or respect any roaduser.rnrnThe worst of these has to be the prats using hand held mobile phones. If these bug you, get one over on them by signing the petition calling on the Prime Minister to introduce driving bans for the offence.rn Go to http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/mobilemenacebanrn And get family and friends to do same

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