Uber App for Windows 10 Gets Significant Improvements

By: Radu Tyrsina
Less than a 1 minute read

We knew back from October, last year, that Uber was going to hit the Windows Store for Windows 10 users. And, indeed, we’ve witnessed the release of the popular app a few weeks later.

Uber isn’t just another app, as we’ve seen Microsoft update Cortana so that it would allow you to place an Uber order inside Windows 10. Therefore, it’s one of the apps embedded in Windows 10 through Cortana, making it easily available to million of users, be it on desktop or on mobile devices.

Uber for Windows 10 gets big update

According to the official release notes, the Uber app for Windows 10 users has received a quite big update. Here’s how the official changelog sounds like:

We’ve made significant improvements in app stability

However, other than that, there’s not much else being documented in this version note. Also, there’s still no feedback yet coming from users when it comes to the changes released for this particular version. But if you have noticed anything different, do let us know by leaving your comment below.

If you’re still not running the Uber app on your Windows 10 device, go ahead and follow this link to download it. We’ll be keeping an eye for future updates and will let you know when something significant gets released.

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