Ride-sharing app Uber has launched “Trip Branding” will change the experience inside the Uber app when a ride is requested through a third-party site or app. Uber riders not only get to your destination, but also get extra information they need along the way.
We are thrilled to be releasing this feature with the help of Hilton, Zomato, Citymapper, and a few of our other partners. When you use their apps, here’s what you will see during your ride:
Hilton uses Ride Reminders to help you book a ride to your hotel with a single tap. With trip branding and personalization, users have a direct link to view your stay details in Hilton’s app, and can even check in to your room on your way.
Zomato (Food and restaurant app)
Zomato lets you request a ride from a restaurant’s page in their app. Now they are taking this a step further and will let you easily check out the menu before you arrive.
Citymapper (public transportation app)
Now you’ll be able to request an Uber from Citymapper, get a ride to the station, and easily switch back to see the live train times for the next leg of your journey.
Uber says its looking forward to bringing trip branding and personalisation to more of your favorite apps over the next few months.
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