Introducing Circulation

A platform for improving non-emergency medical transportation for millions of Americans.

Localize Your Uber Button, Drive Engagement in New Markets

You’ve likely already thought about how you can localize your app experience… but, have you considered your Uber buttons?

Mealmade — On-Demand Paleo Meals Delivered

UberRUSH API Case Study Series #2.

Pythagoras — The Hyperfast Artisanal Pizza Delivery Service

UberRUSH API Case Study Series #1.

Moving From Technology to Industry Solutions

We have launched a new resource to inspire even more moving experiences.

A Perfect Match—Foursquare’s Recommendations and Uber’s Rides

74% of users who engage with the Uber button in the Foursquare app use it again the following week.

Seamlessly Catch an Uber With Triposo—Your Smart Travel Guide App

Wherever Uber is available, you can get a ride from the Triposo app with just a few taps.

Have a Map in Your App? Add 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.

Relatient and Uber Team Up to Increase Access to Healthcare

Get a discounted ride to healthcare appointments nationwide.

Wink Relay Now Supports Uber

This is a guest post from Wink’s CTO and co-founder Nathan Smith.

About the Uber Developer Platform

Build moving experiences with the Uber Developer Platform.

Help Other Uber Developers and Earn Prizes With the hack.guides() Tutorial Contest

With the Github API on the backend, hack.guides() tutorials can be forked, improved, and merged with a pull request.

Get Your Vacation Started With Hotels.com™ and Uber

Starting today, when you bring up your accommodation reservation on the Hotels.com Android app, on the day of your stay, you’ll be able to call an Uber with one tap.

Making On-Demand Businesses Scalable and Sustainable With the New UberRUSH API

Today we’re giving developers access to that same powerful platform with the launch of the UberRUSH API.

New Rides SDKs for iOS and Android

The new Uber Rides SDKs improve the app user experience through two key features: Single Sign On and Ride Request Buttons.

There’s a Button for That

Can the Amazon Web Services IoT Button be programmed to request an Uber?

Button Now Supports Uber on the Mobile Web

Making it easy to add Uber to any mobile experience.

Seamless Business Travel With Book. Stay. Go. and Uber

With Uber integration, busy business travelers can focus on work instead of spending time manually entering travel details.

Add Adventure to Your Friday Night

Why and how I built Bar Roulette for iOS.

On the Road With StartupBus

From San Francisco to Boulder in a bus full of new ideas for transportation.