Car-hailing apps have over 60% penetration rate across all city tiers and age groups in China. 84.7% users from China’s first-tier cities use car-hailing services; and, they used car-hailing apps 8.7 times on average in the past month according to an FT research.
Kuaidi and Didi mobile car calling apps still rank first in China’s car calling market by usage rate according to iiMedia Research. Carpooling will become the next focus of competitions in China’s car calling market.
According to Leiphone.com, Uber China recently launched a second round of financing; the company’s valuation is between US$6 billion and US$7 billion in July 2015.
In the costly-spending O2O field, almost all firms have a grievous history of fraud transactions and anti-fraud transactions. Uber, Didi, and other vehicle calling services have become the trades favoured by many over the past two years, due to their high-profile spending of scores of millions US dollars every day.
Chinese consumers can save spend when they choose apps that offer subsidies or Hongbao, coupon nowadays. In the internet times, many apps would provide subsidies to acquire users, which further changes people’s lifestyle in China. Tencent carried out a survey about consumers’ long term behavior about apps with subsidies offers and those without subsidies. 50% of […]
As of 30 September 2014, the number of China taxi app users was 154 million. Kuaidi and Didi Dache apps are the two most popular taxi apps in China. Kuaidi had 54.4% market share by total number of users, followed by Didi Dache with 44.9% according to data in report of China taxi app market in Q3 2014 published […]