Didi Chuxing to Add English Platform

Didi Chuxing's mobile app. Photo courtesy of Didi Chuxing
Didi Chuxing's mobile app. Photo courtesy of Didi Chuxing

Didi Chuxing, ride-hailing app from the China market, discontinued support for the English version of the app on Nov. 26.

Now, the company is planning on reintroducing English through its app, according to a report by The Beijinger.

Currently, Didi has a local version of Uber and its own Didi app available only in Mandarin, says the report. There are plans to introduce a basic English version of the app in spring or summer.

The intention is to make the app 100% bilingual, according to the report.

Click here for the full Beijinger report.

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