A company that promises to aggregate almost all of China’s hire bike companies’ services into one app has seen the door access to the big players’ bikes .

The app, called Quannengche (全能车 “Omni ride”—our translation) was released by Shenzhen Qianhai Point to Point Technology Co. Ltd (深圳前海点点科技有限公司) in May, its latest update was July 7 and it still claims to integrate nine hire bike companies into one app, with one deposit of RMB 299. Ofo and Mobike, the two leading hire bike firms ask for deposits of RMB 199 and RMB 299 respectively. Factor in the other firms’ deposits and users could save hundreds of RMB.

Quannengche claims to cover ofo, Mobike, Bluegogo, Qibei, Xiaoming and several others, but reports in local media claim that the big players are now blocking access to their bikes via the aggregator.

Start your free trial now.

Get instant access to all our premium content, archives, newsletters, and online community.

Monthly Membership

Yearly Membership

What you get

Full access to all premium content and our full archives

Members'-only newsletters

Preferential access and discounts to all TechNode events

Direct access to the TechNode newsroom

Start your free trial now.

Get instant access to all our premium content, archives, newsletters, and online community.

Monthly Membership

Yearly Membership

Frank Hersey

Frank Hersey is a Beijing-based tech reporter who's been coming to China since 2001. He tries to go beyond the headlines to explain the context and impact of developments in China's tech sector. Get in...