How Uber Updated its App for Hard-Of-Hearing Partners

How Uber Updated its App for Hard-Of-Hearing Partners

The transportation firm has switched up its offering to involve niche audiences that may have otherwise been ignored

Lara Piras
  • 29 may 2015

Uber is now available in over 290 cities worldwide and is used by one million people on a daily basis. The ride-sharing company wants to reach even more people by introducing additional features to the app to make it accessible for its deaf and hard-of-hearing partners.

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