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Uber is launching an online platform to let customers pay for rides using a smartphone app that’s designed to compete with Lyft.

The company will launch a service called Uber Eats, which is expected to launch later this year, and will compete with the popular Lyft competitor in the taxi and limousine industry.

The company will offer the Uber Eat app on its own platforms, which includes apps for Android and iOS, as well as a few mobile apps.

Uber said it would charge customers a flat rate for rides that include food, beverage, entertainment, and transportation.

The ride-hailing company has previously offered Uber rides on its app, which has been used by over 1 million people, and is expected not to add Uber Eaters to the Uber app this year.

Uber said the new service will allow customers to choose their own meals, snacks, drinks, and more.

The Uber Eates service will be available in the U.S. and in more than 100 cities in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan, according to Uber.

The new service, which will launch in the spring, is expected by the end of the year.

The Uber Eatt service is expected from the end and Uber said it will be able to bring new riders into the system faster than Lyft has in the past.

Uber has struggled to attract new riders as it struggles to stay afloat as a ridesharing service, especially in urban areas.

The ridesharer industry is expected be one of the most important drivers of growth for Uber, which currently has around $8 billion in revenue.

However, Uber has also seen the growth of Lyft as a competitor, with Lyft claiming over $15 billion in annual revenue in 2017.