Uber has started accepting payments for rides through Google Maps.
The company is taking a page from Google’s playbook, launching a payment app for Google Maps on its app store.
Uber has also added a credit card option to its mobile app.
This is the first time a ride has been accepted through a payment option on Google Maps, and it’s a big step in the company’s effort to gain acceptance in the smartphone world.
Uber said the new service was built using a combination of Google Maps data, its own internal analytics and its own proprietary algorithms.
This means the app will be able to accurately track when a customer has requested a ride, and when a rider has made a payment.
The service will be free for the first year.
Uber is already the world’s largest ride-sharing app.
It offers more than 60,000 vehicles in more than 70 cities around the world.
Google has been one of Uber’s biggest rivals for years, but it has also been able to gain traction with its own ride-hailing service, Lyft.
Google launched its own payment service, Google Wallet, for Android users last year.
The Google Wallet app was supposed to be Google’s answer to Apple Pay, but Google didn’t follow through on that launch, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Google Wallet has been available for a few weeks, and Uber was expected to begin accepting payments from the app on March 23.
Uber will be the first ride-share app to allow payments from Google Maps and the Google Maps API, which is used to provide more detailed location information and other services to Uber.
It’s not yet clear when Google will begin accepting Uber’s payment options.
Uber’s app offers rides in multiple currencies, including the British pound, the euro, the Australian dollar and the Canadian dollar.
Google Maps’ location data has been used to show Uber’s customers the best route to the best pick-up point for a particular car.
Google is also taking a swipe at Amazon, which also has an app for Android that offers the same features.
Uber plans to launch Google Maps for Android in the coming months, according a spokesperson for Uber.
Uber also said in a blog post last month that it’s partnering with Google to provide the ride-booking system in its own mobile app, and is “coming soon to a number of partners.”