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Momentum by Uber

Magazine for Uber drivers & partners

3 Alternatives to Momentum by Uber

A thought leadership platform and magazine

Grow is a thought leadership platform that shines a light on people, companies and trends challenging the status quo. It's available on the web and as a magazine, distributed in the UK.

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Facebook has moved into print for the first time with a new quarterly magazine aimed at reaching "business leaders". However the US social media giant has insisted its new marketing product is not a magazine, although it carries interviews with leading business figures.
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Redesigned with 40 new features

Uber's new Driver App adds 40 new features to the experience, including a status bar with real-time market conditions, quests, an earnings tracker, and notifications where you can view feedback and compliments from your passengers.

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Phone Arena
It has been two years since Uber last redesigned its driver app. The company and its drivers have made a lot of headlines since then. Well, Uber is announcing they are going to begin focusing on its drivers again and the beginning of that is a new app.
The Atlantic
Inside Uber's latest attempt to rebuild its app for drivers, the biggest experiment in the gig economy. The next change is more significant. Before, when a driver would open the app, they'd see a map of the city with "surge" areas outlined in different warm colors.
The Verge
Uber drivers want a lot of things, but most just want to get paid as quickly and easily as possible. With that in mind, Uber announced the latest effort in its never-ending quest to repair its tarnished relations with drivers: a redesigned driver app.
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