Britain’s LiftShare Releases Mobile App

Mobile apps on an Apple device. Photo via Wolf Gang/Flickr.
Mobile apps on an Apple device. Photo via Wolf Gang/Flickr., a ride-sharing network in Britain, has launched its mobile app on Apple devices. The free app was named The Guardian’s top travel app for February 2015, says the company.

The new app allows travelers to enter a destination and then see which drivers are coming their way. Using the in-app messaging, travelers can choose the most-suitable driver and verify driver profiles and user reviews, says the company.

The new Liftshare app can be downloaded for free on App Store or is available on Google Play.

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