*** Only launched for Kabul
BBR is a Persian word meaning take me and one of the first ride-hailing and personal safety apps to be launched in Afghanistan. The main function of the app is to connect drivers with passengers to enable available-on-demand transportation. It also provides live location sharing features that can work regardless of requesting a ride on the app.
The commuters can select their pickup point and destination on the app and confirm the ride. The app will search for nearby drivers and connect a driver with the commuter. The driver will pick up the commuter from the pickup point and drop them in their desired destination. The commuters can track the location of the drivers en route to pick them up, on the app. The fare for the ride will be automatically calculated and displayed both for the driver and the commuter within the app.
BBR is also a personal safety app that works regardless of hailing a ride. The users can add other BBR users in their friends circle that can track the users real-time location. If the user hails a ride, the app will also share the details of the car and the driver with the people in the users friends circle.
BBR app will accept payments made through cash, Hesab, ATM cards, Stripe, and PayPal. The users can also make payments through in-built BBR wallet. The users can use the payment methods above to top up their BBR wallet and then make payments for the rides.
BBR app has a dedicated BBR Drivers section which is accessible by the authorized drivers. Any car owner that is interested in receiving ride requests from BBR users and providing a transportation service can apply for BBRs driver account. BBR will thoroughly vet the drivers license and the identification documents of the drivers and the registration papers of their cars before approving the drivers account.
1. Request a ride
2. Track your family members or friends
3. View driver's info and call them with one click from within the app
4. Check your ride's history
5. Manage your wallet
1. App stability issues fixed
2. READ_SMS permission removed