Launching a ride-hailing app: Cost estimation & functionalities to integrate

by Jennifer Atkinson Growth Hacker

Beating an app like Uber in this competitive market can be a real challenging task. That is why we have On-Demand app solution companies to help us. But in order to deploy your app sustainably in the market and to stand-out, you need to have a basic idea about how these apps work, how much it costs to build one, and the marketing strategies that will help your app reach a wide range of customers.

Now, Let’s take a glance at the estimation and checklist of important features and information you need to go about, for launching your app successfully.


Buying ready-made scripts like Uber clone app are undoubtedly more convenient and cost-effective when compared to developing an app from scratch.

Taking into account all the factors, research says that the approximate cost to build an app like Uber may range between $57,000 and $ 114,000, (iOS and Android) at $50 per hour. It may vary according to your personal customization preferences and choice of features. However, there are some specific features that you cannot miss while building your app. Let’s discuss what they are.


Passenger app

- Register/log-in

- Profile creation

- Push notifications

- Payments

- Fare calculator

- Ride history

- In-built messaging

- Driver rating & review

- Vehicle selection

- Split payment

- Tracking taxi

- Interactive map

Driver app

- Registration

- Profile creation

- Accept/decline the ride request

- Passenger ratings & reviews

- Push notifications

- Reports

- Pick-up & drop-off navigation

- Trip history

- Cost estimation

Admin panel

- Driver management

- Vehicle management

- Payment management

- Ratings & reviews management

- Complaint management

- Earnings report

- Performance report

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Created on Nov 25th 2019 07:35. Viewed 314 times.


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