Uber Redesigns Its Rider App

Posted: Nov 3 2016, 10:08am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Uber Redesigns its Rider App
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  • Uber Rebuilds the App from Scratch to Provide Efficient Riding services
 

The new Uber App will be able to provide all the desired essentials of a safe and fast ride

Uber is the most famous car sharing and car riding service provider all over the world. The company is currently providing service in over 450 cities all around the world. They offer services such as uberBLACK, uberX and uberPOOL to millions of people.

The Uber app was redesigned in the year 2012 which made it a little harder to be used by people. Along with that it was also found that people faced difficulties in finding directions and navigating in cities.

Now they have gone for a different rebuilding mode according to which the Uber app has been rebuilt in order to provide faster and smarter ride app to the customers. 

The new Uber app will ask for a simple question of “Where to?” This will lead the application to develop a route in its own towards the destination provided by the customer. The new app has the ability to save the data of a customer and o utilize it when they use the service again.

Thus a person will be given options of showing shorts cuts and predictions when they will choose the destination at more than one time. Along with that it will help you to connect with your calendars.

The meetings on the calendars will be regarded by the app in order to make your destination hassle free and easy to reach. 

Along with that the application will be soon launched with a feature in which people will be able to connect with friends and family on the ride sharing service.

In this way they will be directed towards certain people while on route. This will save time in case of ride sharing and will definitely raise the efficiency of service. 

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