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Uber China turns to new app interface

UBER China will shut its old mobile app interface this weekend, to be replaced by a new one that integrates its functions and the drivers’ pool with Didi Chuxing four months after the merger, a company spokesman said yesterday.

Didi acquired Uber’s China operations in August and became the No. 1 ride-hailing service provider in China with 15 million drivers and over 400 million registered users.

Wang Zuoyi, a spokesperson for Didi, said the existing Uber China app interface will be terminated tomorrow. All Uber China’s drivers and users have been urged to move to a new interface unveiled early this month.

Foreigners with Uber accounts are also required to download the new app if they would like to use Uber services in China.


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