On the late evening of November 27, the Chinese ride-hailing app Didi crashed. DiDi users in Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou reported on social media that they were unable to use the DiDi app and that the maps were not loading.
From April 28th to May 4th, DiDi will distribute a total of ¥200 million RMB ($29 million USD) in rewards to drivers using the DiDi ride-hailing app in nearly 80 cities across China.
Meituan Taxi app, which had been taken down from online stores two years previously, has now been relaunched.
At 9 am of December 23, ride-hailing giant Didi officially re-launched its hitch service in five Chinese cities including Beijing and Changsha.
Didi Chuxing’s CTO of their ride-hailing business, Tiger Qie, spoke about the company’s commitment to infusing human values into what is inherently a technology company.
According to Reuters, a recruitment notice released by Didi has shown that the company is preparing to launch services in Costa Rica in Central America.
Didi Chuxing (Didi), the world’s leading mobile transportation platform, officially launched its second research facility in North America located in Toronto, Canada on Nov. 20. The company’s first research facility was launched in March 2017 in Mountain View, California.
Didi Chuxing (Didi), China’s largest ride-hailing platform, announced today that it opened its official Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) headquarters in Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, Australia.
On Sept. 27, 2018, DiDi Mobility Japan (DiDi Japan), a joint venture established by Didi Chuxing and Softbank Corp., kicks off its operation in Japan as its taxi-hailing app goes live in Osaka.
Following the recent rape and murder case, the founder and CEO of DiDi, Cheng Wei, and president, Jean Liu, issued a formal apology on August 28, detailing the intention to upgrade and build a more secure safety mechanism for the ride-hailing app.
Didi Chuxing (DiDi) announced a joint venture with SoftBank on July 19 to offer on-demand taxi-hailing services and smart transportation solutions for customers in Japan, the world’s third largest economy.