Uber is a ridesharing app for fast, reliable rides in minutes—day or night. There’s no need to park or wait for a taxi or bus. With Uber, you just tap to request a ride, and it’s easy to pay with credit or cash in select cities.
Whether you’re going to the airport or across town, there’s an Uber for every occasion. Uber is available in more than 500 cities worldwide—download the app and take your first trip today.
Requesting your Uber is easy—here’s how it works:
- Just open the app and tell us where you’re going.
- The app uses your location so your driver knows where to pick you up.
- You’ll see your driver’s picture, vehicle details, and can track their arrival on the map.
- Payment can be made by credit card, cash in select cities, Apple Pay, PayPal, and more.
- After the ride, you can rate your driver and provide feedback to help us improve the Uber experience. You’ll also get a receipt by email.
Need a simple way to get from A to B quickly? Take uberX, our most affordable individual option.
Want to save money on your ride? Take uberPOOL—you’ll travel with other riders headed your way and enjoy a lower fare.
Want to elevate your experience? Take a high-end vehicle with UberBLACK. And there’s still more options—whether you’re traveling with a big group, or need a vehicle with accessibility features.
See if Uber is available in your city at https://www.uber.com/cities
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Have a question? Visit uber.com/help.
Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
The applications Uber was published in the category Travel on 2010-05-21 and was developed by Uber Technologies, Inc.. The file size is 276.92 MB. The current version is 3.252.8 and works well on 8.0 and high ios versions.
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Si tienes mas de una cuenta te cobran doble, y después te empiezan a mandar excusas, pero NO te devuelven tu dinero NUNCA, ponen una makina a responder los emails.
For anyone to drunk drive in the age of Uber is a fool. This app is making the world a safer place!
I've taken pool a hand full of times because it's sometimes cheaper than Via, the problem I have with uber pooling is the amount of snaking they do to load up a vehicle. It's never direct. I've also noticed the cars they have on the road are getting worse. Run down. I got into a white dirty stained mini van this most recent time, the one before that was a dented Camry who's driver wouldn't get off his phone. I want to like uber, but they keep failing, and no way to reach anyone.
I made a new account with a different email address and used it for one journey, then the next day I try to use it again when I'm in a rush to get somewhere and the app says my account has been banned because of the payment information. This makes no sense as my card details were all fine and my bank account is working. This caused me to miss my allocated time for a non-refundable ticket I had bought for £40. Thanks a lot, uber.
Dear Uber: preventing a user from controlling location information via the native iPhone privacy settings means you are asking us to trust you to not intrude in our privacy. Right now your business reputation is pretty much in the toilet. So perhaps you ought to just let customers decide how to control their privacy instead of you telling us "trust us."
So I live in New York City and I don't mind the Uber pool. I've had good service with most of the drivers and on the rare occasion not have one that knows how to use GPS. The main complaint I have is the GPS system that Uber drivers have is beyond horrible. I had a recent trip where their GPS left me 7 or 8 blocks away from the address I had put for the destination. The driver was at least nice enough to navigate to the correct location but the GPS system that Uber drivers are given needs to be better. Google maps is more accurate than what they have.
The app is OK. However it needs a message box you can send to the driver if you have special needs or a special situation so the driver can prepare beforehand. Because not every person is able bodied or their situation is normal like having toddlers or elderly.
I'm trying to get to the airport, enough with the updates.
Ryan Graves, I agree with you on your perspective within the corporation. I am a @MiamiUniversity graduate and would be strategic helping you out
Much much cheaper than lyft. The drivers have always been kind. 10/10
They will get you the ride in a farthest and worst road so that they can earn more
I am a rider, not a driver. However, I recently found that my account is associated with a partner account for a phone number in Russia. I do not know where this information came from. I have never been to Russia, I do not speak Russian, and I don't have a phone number in Russia. Needless to say I have submitted a request to delete my Uber account.
Always on time
Uber is excellent.. There are a bunch of crybabies on here haha... well I've used uber several times and it's great. It's much better than taxis the location works great. If the driver can't find you the number is on there and you can call them and inform them into your location. Obviously in bigger cities it work better but I live in a smaller city and I use it all the time. So don't believe all the bad reviews on here.. they're are too many sensitive people on here I guess haha.
They up charge you for anything!!! When I asked for a refund multiple times they acted like Bots forwarding massages and went unresolved I'm Deleting the app
So I've had Uber for awhile and it used to be a great company with great service and actually the drivers aren't bad. It's not the drivers it's the company. I don't know what has happened but the last few months Uber has went for great to horrible. I have the Uber ride pass with the $3.99 for Uber pool if the trip is under $20. Well when I request an Uber it'll show $3.99 while I'm on the trip it'll show $3.99 but once the trip is completed it'll be triple that price a few times even more, once it was $43.00. And I'll email them and they'll give me every excuse in the book for the price increase. And its sad because they used to be a good honest company but when this ride pass expire I might have to cancel my account. I just hope the correct this problem.
Made a account today tried at least 3 times with different cards to request a ride all three times I was told Change payment option
I was raised to give tips, so I have no problem giving them. However with the tip update I've had drivers actually harass me for tips. It creates an extremely awkward situation. I don't like being told to do something. I'm the customer. I shouldn't feel bullied into tipping. I should want to tip because I appreciate the service. Uber, you messed up by adding the tipping feature. Good thing there's lyft.
Honestly at times the prices would vary and skyrocket for no reason for example a simple $15 can turn into $30. It's kind of ridiculous especially if distance isn't that far. Then comes the customer service which is nasty and horrible. Some drivers really care but others are out there for money because Uber charge more than Lyft. I witness in front of my eyes an older nice lady treated nasty by a driver who claim no one tells her what to do and she's her own boss and even got in the car and instead of handling her own problems to herself handled it so unprofessional and drove off. Not only that she was also late as well. I talked with the older women and I was so disgusted and couldn't believe that. Seriously and some drivers don't try to interact with you like they are miserable in their lives and just want the money. Seriously please improve this customer service. Lyft is better in my own opinion but is based on your preference.
Uber leadership's self-centered perspective is finding its way into their apps. There is no context of customer service. Everything is their way or--literally--the highway. The app won't let me change my name to my preferred name and instead uses my legal name, which causes confusion. Now they've introduced tipping, which runs counter to every reason I used Uber and is the reason I don't use Lyft. This was supposed to be a contract between two people with Uber as the intermediary. Now it is Uber calling all the shots and paving the way for future reduction in driver payouts. There isn't anyplace to provide feedback. You would think a company losing nearly a billion dollars a quarter might want a way to listen to what their customers want. After all these changes, there aren't really any compelling reasons not to make a switch to Lyft.