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Being a Trusted Mobile app development company, we have been asked questions like;
– How to Build an App Like Uber?
– How much does it Cost to build an App similar to Uber?
– I want to build a Taxi App similar to Uber. How can we go about it?
Being a responsible solution provider we thought to bring you the exclusive information which helps to answer all above questions.
Uber, being released in March 2009 has changed the way people think of a Taxi and Transportation services worldwide. Despite the fact that it’s in the market for almost 7 years — market there is still pretty competitive. Things that matter are the quality of the services (such as price, cars quantity, on time delivery, etc…) and the usability of the application itself. Also, you should not forget that we are basically talking about 2 apps instead of 1, as there is one app for a driver and the other one that is used by passengers. To keep things under control you would also need a web based admin dashboard.
If you are thinking of developing a mobile app, an important decision is to decide whether you want to a native app or a hybrid one. Choosing to use native or hybrid mobile application is always the pain for everyone who wants to make their mobile apps.
From our experience working with mobile app development we have narrated following inputs which we feel will be useful for you make a decision.
Native apps are specific to a given mobile platform (iOS or Android) using the development tools and language that the respective platform supports (e.g., Xcode and Objective-C with iOS, Eclipse and Java with Android). With Native apps, you have complete control over features you want to implement in an app. In terms of overall performance which includes look and feel, using device features etc. Native app is best.