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Introducing App Analytics in the Uber Developer Dashboard

We’re excited to announce the first version of App Analytics in the Developer Dashboard.

Announcing Riders API 1.2 Featuring Upfront Fares, Ride Promotions and Improved Dev Docs

We are releasing a series of refinements, updates and greatly improved endpoints to the Uber Riders API to make it even easier for developers to build moving experiences.

Introducing the Driver API

A new opportunity for developers to help make driving more rewarding.

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.

uberPOOL, now available in the Uber API

As more and more Uber riders choose to carpool, we want to make sure that developers have access to this product in their apps.

Get Your App Moving: The Ride Request Widget Is Now Available

Check out how easy it is to add the widget to an app in this short demo video.

Introducing Uber Trip Branding and Personalization

Developers who use deeplinks or Ride Reminders can now re-engage the users they send to the Uber app through trip branding and personalization.

Announcing the Ride Request Widget

The complete Uber ride experience in your app, with just a few lines of code.

Uber Trip Experiences + API Update

With updates to the Uber API, developers have the tools they need to build moving experiences.

Experiences That Moved Us in 2015

As 2015 comes to a close, we wanted to reflect on all of the amazing things we’ve accomplished together.

Tap a Button. Get a Ride. From Every App.

Today we’re excited to announce the first version of a new kind of button — the official Uber Ride Request Button.

Ride Reminders Available Now Through the Uber API

Starting today, developers can use the Uber API to set a reminder for a future trip using the new Ride Reminders API.

Updates by Request: Webhooks, Estimates, and Receipts

It has been a little over a month since we launched the Request endpoint and so far we’ve seen quite a bit of interest from our developer community.

Introducing the Uber API

We've officially opened our API to all developers with access to many of the primitives that power Uber’s magical experience.

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