Uber Launches Fleet App in India

Uber has launched UberFLEET, an Android app for its fleet partners in 29 cities across India, according to a report by the India Times.

The app aims to improve the overall productivity for fleet owners by making the process of managing drivers more efficient and reducing their downtime, according to the report.

Among the features offered by the app include the ability to track the driver's location in real-time, and their day-to-day activities, according to the report.

It also allows fleet owners to track driver's performance including daily and weekly trips, hours online, earnings, ratings and others and track their own earnings, according to the report.

In June, Uber rival Ola launched a similar fleet management app called Ola Operator, according to the report. 

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