Didi announces first, albeit delayed, update of its ride-hailing app since Beijing ban and cybersecurity probe

//Didi announces first, albeit delayed, update of its ride-hailing app since Beijing ban and cybersecurity probe

Didi announces first, albeit delayed, update of its ride-hailing app since Beijing ban and cybersecurity probe

Didi Chuxing, whose main app was taken off app stores in China in early July at Beijing’s behest, said it has updated a billing function for drivers as previously promised, in a sign that it is working on the app to meet the demands of regulators.The ride-hailing giant said in a statement on its official Weibo account on Monday that it has added a new feature to its driver app, which provides a detailed breakdown of a driver’s income for each ride and the share a driver earns from each…

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