Best Ridesharing Apps

Updated: 4 days ago

#1.

Lyft

Lyft, the second largest ride sharing app by volume, offers transport in hundreds of cities and is making its way to becoming international. The app is also now available in select cities in Canada. Lyft offers a range of vehicles to choose from including average sized autos and larger Lyft plus cars. (iOS / Android)


#2.

Gett

The Israel based ride sharing app formerly known as GetTaxi, covers hundreds of cities globally, namely in the United Kingdom and Israel, but most recently in the United States as well. The app is user friendly and easy to use on short notice. Set a pick up on the map, and track your driver from order to destination. (iOS / Android)


#3.

Arro

Arro is a popular source for on demand transportation, available in select cities including New York, Houston, and Boston. The app works similar to both Uber and Lyft, and is user-friendly and fairly priced. With the tap of a button, the app will connect you to the nearest available drivers in every location possible, to get you where you are going. (iOS / Android)


#4.

Uber

Uber is the biggest, most popular and well known ride-sharing app today. If you don’t mind riding with strangers, Uber also provides a discounted carpooling option in most cities called uberPOOL to make the expense a little less pricey. (iOS / Android)


#5.

Curb

Curb is available in dozens of United States cities including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, and Washington. It works to use professional drivers in standard, metered taxi cabs. (iOS / Android)


#6.

Via

If you don't mind hitching a ride with a few others, Via is worth considering. The way it works is that you simply tell the service where you’d like to go and you’ll get dropped off at a nearby location along the way. The app also automatically finds cars with the necessary seating, and each extra member in your party rides at half price. (iOS / Android)


#7.

Bridj

Bridj is an on demand bus service that was founded and started in Boston by Chicago and Washington transportation department head. The service operates 14-seat luxury shuttles with Wi-Fi and leather seating, making transportation both luxurious and accessible as ever. (iOS / Android)

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