You can simply ask Alexa to order an Uber for you, and she’ll request a ride right to your door.
Newly launched Uber Applets on IFTTT enhance the ride experience for passengers.
We've officially opened our API to all developers with access to many of the primitives that power Uber’s magical experience.
Our new feature helps you create a custom Uber Deeplink in a few simple steps.
We’re excited to announce the first version of App Analytics in the Developer Dashboard.
Increase your users’ time spent in your mobile experience by 10% or more using the Uber Button.
If you’ve built a transit, city guide, restaurant, or local business app, you can inspire your customers to engage with the world around them by integrating Uber’s “Get a ride” button.
Payfare uses the Uber Driver API to pay out Driver-Partners’ earnings daily or on-demand.
A new opportunity for developers to help make driving more rewarding.
Ready to take an Uber ride with Slack?
Come meet the team in person during our 2017 roadshow.
Stride uses the Uber Driver API to help driver partners keep 21% more of their earnings.
74% of users who engage with the Uber button in the Foursquare app use it again the following week.
UberRUSH API Case Study Series #3.
Today we’re excited to announce the first version of a new kind of button — the official Uber Ride Request Button.
Developers who use deeplinks or Ride Reminders can now re-engage the users they send to the Uber app through trip branding and personalization.
Using the Uber API to make getting around your city more efficient.
Can the Amazon Web Services IoT Button be programmed to request an Uber?
Three reasons why you should optimize your Uber API integration to better support some of the advanced workflows of uberPOOL today.
Today we’re giving developers access to that same powerful platform with the launch of the UberRUSH API.