inDrive, a global mobility and urban services platform operating across 46 countries including 9 in Africa, was named the world’s second most downloaded ride-hailing app in 2023 for the second consecutive year according to data.ai. inDrive also reached a milestone by ranking as the fourth most downloaded travel app worldwide.
Total downloads of the inDrive app amounted to 66.6 million in 2023 based on data from Google Play and the App Store. Data.ai attributed inDrive’s robust growth to adding new services like finance, freight, and courier delivery beyond its core ridesharing offering. Over the past year, inDrive launched in over 8 new cities across Africa and two in the U.S. Furthermore, inDrive agreed to add electric motorcycles to its fleet in the Asia-Pacific region after obtaining the regulator’s permission to offer services there.
As inDrive scales quickly, it leverages its unique peer-to-peer pricing model to challenge the lack of affordable transportation and limited earning opportunities, thereby addressing injustice. This remains inDrive’s overarching mission. inDrive continues expanding its ridesharing to new geographies while adding services like finance, freight, and delivery. Its peer-to-peer pricing model aims to increase affordable transit options and earnings potential to promote equity. Even while experiencing rapid growth, inDrive remains committed to its goal of providing just transportation and economic opportunities.
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