has launched three new app features in India namely offline search, request for a guest and call to ride. The company has also launched a new mobile website for the country.Currently, Uber's biggest competitor in the country,has only one of the new features namely the mobile website. Ola also has a SMS to book service for offline customers but these features are unique to Uber.
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Selecting a term
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