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🚕 Ridely - Ride Sharing like Uber Template from Zeroqode

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Amazing ride sharing template that replicates all Uber’s functionality! Features both rider’s and driver’s pages, which are formatted as a mobile app. As well as desktop pages for signup/signin and profile management.

Live demo: https://uber-clone.bubbleapps.io/

Enjoy! :slight_smile:

Levon Terteryan

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Nice work!
You say it replicates all Ubers functionality -how do you deal with things like surge pricing etc?

Hey, thanks for the question.
By saying all - i meant main functionality - when the user can request a ride, the driver can accept it and then a payment happens at the end.
Thanks!

I’d view it as more of an opportunity to see how the concepts of Uber can be built in bubble, rather than a springboard to a business. Unless you’re promising fair rates AND a puppy in the car, I’m probably not switching away from Lyft :smiley:

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I’d agree with Andrew, the clone apps are mostly to demonstrate what Bubble can do and allowing people to use them in order to create something similar in a different niche, for example taking AirBNB clone and adapt it for hostels in a particular location. Or taking Uber clone and create a pizza delivery app in let’s say France etc. it’s to save time and costs for those who already have a product idea but are struggling to get it materialized :slight_smile:

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It would be extremely difficult for any bubble app to compete with top players in any market. Bubble is great but it can’t compete with a custom development architected by top-notch developers.

That being said, right now nobody can compete with bubble as a platform in the nocode market :slight_smile:

The key for success for the type of bubble apps you comment is to niche down and see where it takes you.

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Can I ask did you use an external api for tracking ? Or is it all done in bubble?

I agree with @levon the whole idea is to use the clone for a new different purpose that no one is currently addressing. That’s the strength of bubble you can make something new quickly and with the clones even more quickly to figure out the business side.

That speed is life for a startup.

Hey Robert,
thanks for the question,
we are using the Google Maps API plugin contributed by @AliFarahat
by the way, it’s a good opportunity to thank Ali for that, so thank you Ali! @AliFarahat :slight_smile:

Levon

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You are welcome @levon. Let me know when your here Dubai would love to meet you in person.

Great template keep it up!

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Hi Levon,

Great work as always! I have purchased the Template and loving it. When you get a chance, could you please check the 2 emails I sent you! Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks!

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Thanks for this post. Skepticism is healthy.

One of many examples: Qoins.com @natedogg has created a financial management clone and turned it into a product tailored for debt relief. It allows someone to easily fix a problem with almost no effort. It must be working because it’s gotten some favorable exposure http://bit.ly/2mT4ICS. Product Hunt has a great audience.

I’ll take that crushing any day. Sidecar were acquired by GM, but not before they raised $45.52M in 5 Rounds from 22 Investors. (http://bit.ly/2mSUXEP). Startup and boat ownership are almost identical. The two best days are when you launch it and when you sell it.

Offer a perceived added value, cater to a smaller, more targeted market, or make a known process easier.

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I think to survive against established players like Uber you’ll need to add novelty and fun. I would call something other than Uber if rides like this showed up; http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2016/02/taxi-fabric/

Best,
Walter

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Hi Bilal,
my colleague @vladlarin have replied to you on Sunday. Didn’t you get his message?
Please advise

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hi Bilal!

Thank you :slight_smile: we’re on it!

Thank you so much! You guys rock! Hope to hear from you soon!

Hi Levon, I am wondering how the actual ride request to payment work process works. I have checked out the preview but can’t seem to request a a ride? Thanks!

Hi Boris,
thanks for the question.
The index page that opens initially is only for sign up and sign in. The actual ride request to payment works at this link for the rider https://uber-clone.bubbleapps.io/app_rider
and at this link for the driver https://uber-clone.bubbleapps.io/app_driver

I added these link to the popup on the index page.
Thanks again

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Thank you Levon. I did see those mentioned, but for some reason didn’t occur to me to manually type in the URLs. I’ll give it a look now.

I’ve been poking around a bit, and I can’t get the driver app to work. The ‘get a ride’ page just gives me the ‘click on map’ bar but the rest of the page is blank. Clicking around doesn’t seem to do anything. I’ve tried on Chrome, Safari, and iPhone 6+. Not sure if the issue is on my end or not.