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Lyft brings ride hailing to the mobile web

Lyft has become more accessible with the launch of support for the mobile browser. What this means is that you no longer have to download the company’s iOS or Android app in order to request a ride. At launch, regular Lyft rides will be provided, but its carpooling and premium services won’t be. If you’re not […]
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