Uber has announced today that they've added two new features to their latest mobile app. Riders can now easily enter their destination into the rider app, and drivers can take advantage of turn-by-turn navigation within the driver app. Both are aimed to help make for a seamless, efficient ride for both driver and passenger.
Using the new app, riders can enter their destination before the car even arrives. Drivers won't be able to see the destination until you're picked up, but now you won't even have to tell the driver where you're going.
For drivers, you can now enable turn-by-turn navigation with just one tap, directing you on the best route to the provided destination. No longer will you need to manage multiple apps or manually input an address.
The new features are live now, so make sure you have the latest version of Uber installed to check them out.
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