Uber Driver

Uber Driver for Pc

  • Category: Business
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-11
  • Current version: 4.104.10000
  • File size: 243.91 MB
  • Developer: Uber Technologies, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Uber Driver on your Windows PC

Download Uber Driver for Windows: Uber Driver is an Business App, developed by Uber Technologies, Inc.. The Business App was officially released 2016-10-18. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Uber Technologies, Inc., with the latest current version being 4.104.10000 which was officially released on 2018-10-11. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 98,683 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Uber Driver on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Uber Driver on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Uber Driver for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Uber Driver in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Uber Driver application icon. A window of Uber Driver will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Uber Driver icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Uber Driver

Developer Description

Uber Driver app – the app for drivers. Turn your spare time into earnings with the new Driver app — built in partnership with drivers, to bring you the tools you need to succeed. Help move people and things where they need to go. Drive whenever you want — no offices, no bosses. Wherever you want to go, we want you to enjoy the journey and the destination. Sign up to drive inside the Uber Driver app. We’ll guide you through the steps and notify you when you’re all set to drive. A smarter way to earn Keep track of how much you’re making after every trip, right on the map. Schedule driving around your life. Plan your days easier with estimated times until your next request and a forecast of rider activity in your area over the next 24 hours. The support you need Take the fear out of your first trips — you’ll learn how to use the app when you first open it. Get the help you need with an easy in-app tool to report issues or ask questions. *This app typically uses 2 GB of data per month. Using navigation can decrease your phone’s battery life.

App Reviews

  • Uber has failed

    By gtre348
    What can I say about Uber. Although I have a great record/rating as a driver, Uber has failed me multiple times with there glitches and errors. I didn't think I would ever have to write a review until now. I am very upset! The whole purpose of drive Uber is to make quick cash. I drove Uber for several hours last night and my funds were not available to me. The reps on the phone couldnt give me any type of time frame or estimate when this mistake may be fixed. I stopped doing Uber for the night since I couldn't cash out. This morning, I expected to cash out, but now my funds won't be available to me until the 17th of September!! I needed that money to pay on something now which is why I drove last night!! On top that big problem, Ubers drop off locations for passengers are still not accurate. I took one women to a location and she didn't even stay in that area. This has happened multiple times. I try very hard to give my passengers the best experience possible(and it shows on my account) and Uber can't even give me that. If the money issue happens again, I may switch to lyft. As a company, you can not promote your business telling people you will make quick money or earn money fast if your app doesn't work correctly. Thats considered FALSE information. I understand that apps/programs have issues sometimes, but one thing you must try to avoid is mess with someones money (and I mean hold/freeze it).
  • Uber is on its way out

    By cant_stop_meow
    If you have not noticed Uber is trying everything they can to stay relevant, everything except the things that really matter. The first being listening to their customers both drivers and riders. Notice they change their logo, their app, their surge pricing, but they won’t change customer service... the reason this matters? Here is a real world example. The app automatically initializes the next part of the trip without me pushing a button. The reason this matters is because I had a ride with a stop and when I clicked at the stop, I let the passenger out. I then had to move the car to park and when I did it assumed we were done at the stop. As a result I missed out on roughly $6. When I called to explain this the lady that answered did not seem to have English as a first language. After that call she actually adjusted the ride so that I made less money. I called a second time and the gentlemen seem to struggle to understand my English as well. He too did not fix my issue. Do yourself a favor and avoid Uber. Edit Now the developers want me to take the time to submit another report about the issue. As I said uber does not get it. When drivers are out there and an issue with pay or trip arises we need it fix ASAP so we can get back to work. Missing out on money when the margins are already thin is crushing. So no I will not message you again, and like you are seeing everyday I am another driver who has moved on from Uber and not looked back.
  • Hope for a minor change

    By nola2251979
    Thanks Uber for giving me a way to earn extra income. As of now, I have had only good experience working but one incident.. A customer reported that I was driving while intoxicated and was swerving, which I can only laugh at the report.. My body rejects alcohol and even smelling it causes me to lose my breath so in no way can I consumerist.. I probably would not have made a big deal about it but, there was a concert and I was unable to drive... Uber should force each driver to submit to a alcohol and drug test any time a report of this topics is made so drivers can quickly return to work.. if driver is has a negative result, the rider who report the issues should pay for the test and any lost wages that has occurred due to the false claim... Uber has already given me 2 drug test which I passed so I was willing to submit to a third.. Uber should also have bonus like Lyft does so we can be encouraged to drive... One last issue, for whatever reason, a friend I invited to drive always gets promotion bonus and I Never do.... being here for 2.5 years you can only imagine the bitterness I feel towards this issue.... can someone please let me know the EXACT reason why I’m not able to get the same promotion bonus...
  • GOODBYE UBER!!!!!! Hello LYFT!

    By N1kki2121
    WARNING!!!!!! So I was having a night where I needed to make fast cash so I log into my driver app and I get a ping! I pick my rider up and everything is great! I went above and beyond as usual. When the ride ends I hear something sliding around in my back seat. Oh crap it’s his phone. I try to get in contact with the person but of course I can’t because he doesn’t have his phone. I then say well 24 hour customer service should be able to help me out. The site was down! I couldn’t even see who my last rider was. So I’m panicking because his drop off was at a complex and I have no idea which one he lived in. So the whole night I’m holding onto this phone that keeps pinging because he’s using where’s my iPhone app. I’m doing everything I can. Luckily his friend calls and I let them know he situation and I go and take it to them. So I’m then relieved I check and see how much I made off of that trip including the lost item fee...says 0.00 and to check back in 1-2 hours okay that’s fine. It’s now 48 hours and I’ve been on the phone waiting for customer service for 2.5 hours!!!!! I can’t cash out and I look at the riders receipt and they are paying Uber 20 dollars more than what i got paid in fees! I’m the one who had to go through all of this my wear,my tear,my gas and they are just holding onto my money. Uber is a rip-off!!!! That being said I’ll no longer be a driver with Uber! I strongly encourage those to ride with Lyft!
  • Customer service is horrible

    By Swaggmane310
    Honestly it’s a great way to make a little extra cash until you have a problem and have to call customer support. They literally had me on the line for over two hours just to tell me they could not help me. I had to wait about an hr for a supervisor for her to tell me the same thing. They are rude more than 80% will not be able to understand you and repeat the same thing meanwhile not answering your question. They get away with a lot of things because the only thing they can give out is a reference number. I asked a supervisor what Next steps I would have to take to get in contact with her boss. She said she was the highest there clearly lying. They are unprofessional and you can just tell they are reading off of a screen. Do yourself a favor and purchase a voice recorder app. Record all the conversations you have with them. They are very sneaky and Will lie to you to get one by you whenever they can. They’ve honestly push me to the point where I don’t even want to work for Uber because of them. Uber says they care but they changed nothing about their customer service. Anytime there’s an issue with the app Moneywise it’s always with your money, magically they never have issues with their part of the money. They try to act like they care but fail miserably every time. It’s sad that a multibillion dollar company would treat their business partner like trash but unfortunately that’s all Uber does
  • Drivers should be able to give honest ratings for riders without it affecting the driver’s rating

    By keeper5689
    Overall, I enjoy driving for Uber and the app usually works as expected. I only have one issue with the app and it’s a pretty significant one. Drivers should be able to provide honest feedback and ratings about rude or inappropriate riders without the rider being able to vindictively give the driver a low rating afterwards. As the system currently runs, drivers cannot accept a new rider unless they have rated their most recent rider. The rider can see the rating they received prior to giving the driver a rating. If the rider has been rude or inappropriate and the driver provides an honest rating, the rider usually retaliates against the driver and gives them a 1-2 star rating, even if the driver did nothing wrong. I recently had a rider who made crude, sexually explicit comments about me for the entire ride. I remained calm and professional, but the comments were incredibly inappropriate and offensive, so I gave him a low rating. He retaliated by giving me a 1 star rating. Riders should not be able to view their rating until they have provided a rating of the driver first. Drivers shouldn’t fear retribution (and potential deactivation) because they provided honest feedback about inappropriate rider behavior. Riders who engage in inappropriate conduct shouldn’t have power over the drivers.
  • Horrible customer service

    By MaRae02
    I would have given zero stars if I was allowed, but I had to give them at least 1 Star. I had an issue where Uber sent me 20 min (9miles) away from my current location after originally stating the fare was 6min away. I received $6 something for drive under 5 miles, it was actually a round trip drive 2+ mile each way. The rider was picked up and dropped off at the same location. I called customer service and was told they were going to credit my account $19. I was super happy. I checked the app and I was given an additional $6.66 not $19. However they charged the rider $19. I called back to make sure the rider was not charged that amount, as it was not his fault Uber sent me so far away to pick him up. After 35 min and lots of back an forth I was told that I am actually only eligible for an extra $2.xx for driving 23 min to pick someone up. And when I asked to speak to a supervisor was told none was available. I again asked for a supervisor and was then told that he would create a phone ticket for a call back, in approximately 1 hr. I a very disappointed by the conflicting information and for the horrible way the second rep treated me. He was not listening to what I was saying and kept repeating the same thing to be - that I only drove 8 min to pick up the rider. Very disappointed with how this was handled! Considering driving exclusively for Lyft, and leaving Uber completely.
  • Why with the riders preferred partners

    By Jay9739
    The new app finally came to my market and like many others, I was counting down to start driving with this new partner app BUT surprisingly I noticed that my Uber profile has been changed and the Select has been removed out of my available options. I did went to the green hub not once but twice and even though they can verify I have done hundreds of Select rides during the last four years but they are not able to add Select on my profile again. The issue was escalated to the higher level and there is not even a single response back. I have been chosen as a riders preferred partner and I received the beautiful package but the promise of getting one month reward based on $1.0 for every rider who is tipping is getting close to the end of the second month (last month) and again there is no change or any explanation from Uber! I said millions of times, Uber is a great company and I love driving for Uber but for the first time after four years history, I am quite disappointed. There seems absolutely no way to reach out the headquarter office and support is completely unable to do anything.
  • Going to try lyft

    By Hesgoingdeeeeep
    I’ve been with uber for about 3 years now, with a 4.92 rating and although I only do it part-time, I’ve seen how uber (maybe consciously, maybe not) is trying to make the service at the expense of the driver. UberPOOL has enabled riders to pay less, even though they were the only ones in the car. Consequently, riders are using uberPOOL for really short rides. The “3 consecutive trips,” during rush hour has dropped from $9 to 6.50. Not only that, but if you get two consec. Rides and it hits 9am, you lose your chance to get your last ride for the bonus, unlike before. Uber eats is by far the dumbest thing they’ve done, as we signed up to drive people where they need to go, not fetch food for someone. All these changes are at the expense of the driver. We waste the same gas for less money on pool, we have to park to get food (any driver in DC knows that’s a pain, and most of the time costly) then park to deliver it? I remember working at a Marriott, they talked about how you regard your employees, and the result will be a flourishing business. This is the exact opposite. When you lose so many drivers because you keep cheating them, all there will be is uberPOOL due to high demand and low supply of drivers. Client dissatisfaction will continue to rise. Stop cheating the people that actually make this business run.
  • GPS Location/Navigation needs to be fixed

    By somedriver
    Seems like most of these reviews are about overall driving experience instead of reviewing the actual app. New app design still has not fixed the same problem that’s existed for years. The GPS location services and navigation is by far the worst of any competitor’s app. It isn’t wrong all the time, so I give 3 stars, but it’s wrong too often and needs to be fixed. Riders position many times is off by blocks, which not only causes problems trying to locate them, it also causes them to enter bad addresses when they rely on the drop pin instead of manually entering the pickup location. The navigation most times is terrible. The destination can be straight down the same road and the app will tell you to turn off and circle blocks. I had an UberEats delivery one time that the drop off was literally a half mile down the same street as the restaurant where I picked up the order. The app was telling me to circle the entire area, a 4 mile trip. Also, so many times it navigates me down streets that aren’t there or streets that have been blocked off for many years now. I’ve had to cancel many trips because the poor navigation. Competitor’s apps don’t have these issues. Fix them!