The services are currently available on Android version 4.0 and higher, and to avail this service, users need to update their Snapdeal app.
Mahesh Bhalla, Head of Business, Uber India, said “By opening our API to developers globally, we’ve seen the creative ideas that app developers have come up with in order to make it easier for people to move around in cities. This partnership with Snapdeal is the first completely native Uber API integration in India and we are excited about this.”
Snapdeal has recently acquired its online delivery partner GoJavas, where it holds a significant minority stake. Earlier this month, Snapdeal also tweaked its return policy by eliminating its ‘no questions asked’ option on electronic products. Prior to this in May, Snapdeal’s Chief Product Officer Anand Chandrasekaran had quit the company.