Uber’s international success has triggered an evolution of the taxi business. Today, more and more ride-hailing services are gaining ground against traditional taxis.
People want a taxi service that is cheap, convenient, and comfortable. And they want to flag their taxi from a user-centric app.
In the past few years, taxi apps have popped up in many countries. To pull ahead of the rivals, a taxi-booking startup needs to focus on building a network of drivers and passengers and offering an equally pleasing experience for both parties.
|Uber||iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Apple Watch||Uber lets customers travel in style. It offers fast, easy, and comfortable rides at the tap of a button. Since its introduction in 20xx, Uber has changed people’s perception of what a taxi is.|
|Lyft||iOS, Android||Lyft offers nearly the same set of features as Uber, but with an emphasis on the social component and the fun of ride sharing.|
|Arro||iOS, Android||Arro was created by NYC’s taxi industry veterans, allowing users to e-hail a regular cab. It offers functions much like Uber but with no surge pricing. Arror’s fares are metered. The app is viewed as a serious competitor to Uber [in the NYC metropolitan area].|
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