Lyft finally makes its way to Windows 10 PC and Mobile
If Uber just isn't your cup of tea, its main ride-hailing competitor Lyft is finally coming to Windows 10 PC and Mobile. Word of the universal app's release comes by way of Microsoft's Paul Britton on Twitter. And though the Store listing (opens in new tab) is currently live, the app doesn't appear to be live for everyone just yet.
Another reason I am excited today? @Lyft is now available for Windows PCs, Tablets and Phones in the Windows Store! https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/lyft/9pjks5v4v997?rtc=1 (opens in new tab) pic.twitter.com/tEPpecqxSEAnother reason I am excited today? @Lyft is now available for Windows PCs, Tablets and Phones in the Windows Store! https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/lyft/9pjks5v4v997?rtc=1 (opens in new tab) pic.twitter.com/tEPpecqxSE— Paul Britton ❄️ (@paulstorms) March 30, 2017March 30, 2017
From the Store listing:
The app is quite zippy and it looks great, but there are a few bugs with it that may make initial usage a bit odd. Fingers crossed a few updates will give it some polish, but at least it's here.
Download Lyft from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)
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I seriously doubt that. The only reason they would do it is if they had some hope, idea, or confirmation, they would get some sort of ROI in some fashion, at some point.
The world certainly does not revolve around phones, though it may appear so simply because those actually making the world revolve are too busy creating stuff for consumers to gorge themselves on (while they get rich along the way)
We need to make it worth their time and effort.