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Didi now has an English interface

DIDI said its ride-hailing service application will gradually roll out an English interface to users in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou starting today, a service which will also be available to other riders in domestic cities progressively.

Users in the three cities will have access to an English interface upon installing or upgrading to the latest version of the DiDi app, according to an email statement today.

Internationalization of mobility services in China is also a part of DiDi’s broader global strategy after tie-up with car-rental companies and Southeast Asian ride-hailing services.

Users now can also sign up with Didi services using mobile numbers registered in 12 countries and regions including China's mainland, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, the Republic of Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom, France, Australia, Canada, the United States and Brazil.



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