Ramadan provides a boost to UAE mobile app installs and spending. Consumers in the Emirates are leading the way in terms of spend in both finance and shopping apps.
Snap the parent company of Snapchat says it is closely watching the next trend in the smartphone industry – a …
Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched a demo smart technology via iPhone only, at Rashidiya Metro Station to serve the blind people of determination using Dubai Metro services.
Uber Technologies is in preliminary talks with rival Careem to combine their Middle Eastern ride-hailing services, Bloomberg reported, citing three people familiar with the matter.
The company has promised customers quick answers to their questions “in real time” by simply tapping the chat option in the app.
Under the special sponsorship agreement, UAE residents can order a “Food Bank” delivery car type via the Careem app for free. The food will be delivered to one of the 80 food bank community fridges distributed in residential areas and mosques. The fridges are available for the public to donate packaged and canned food under safety measures supervised by Dubai Municipality.
The Middle East’s homegrown ride-hailing service is now present in 100 cities across the region, following the announcement that the company is gearing up to enter Khartoum, Sudan.
The new service, that currently operates on the Android RTA app platform only, is part of the Smart City initiative of the Dubai Government, and the ongoing efforts to deliver top and handy services to beneficiaries.
According to the company, Tamweeli also provides a “360-degree view” of customer’s relationship with Taageer Finance enabling the customer to ensure financial astuteness even from the remotest of locations in Oman.
At the 11th Dubai International Food Safety Conference, which is being held from 19th to 21st November, saw the launch …