The service provides automated ordering of taxi service in 5000 European and North American cities. The provider offers mobile applications for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone platforms as well as API access for integration with other applications. The service access the device GPS function to detect location and suggest a pickup address or allow the user to designate an address. It then routes a taxi reservation request to providers and completes booking.
API methods support detection of location and selection of suggested places or street addresses nearby. Methods suggest taxi companies serving that location and support communication with those providers to check availability and vehicle capacity. Methods then complete booking of an order for taxi service.
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