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Ola-Qualcomm partnership brings connected car service Ola Play to take on Uber

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Taxi service provider Ola has unveiled its connected car platform for ride sharing. It will be very beneficial for consumers who are always on the move like salespeople or field engineers. The feature is run on the proprietary in-car and cloud technologies from Ola, Ola Play. It brings along with other features advanced car controls, personalized contents and also a fully interactive experience for the user. The process is a partnership with Qualcomm which has created the platform hardware and has enabled Ola to raise the standards and provide a truly connected in-car experience.

The most popular mobile app for transportation will be offering high-tech, and highly personal experience to its consumers while availing their services. Ola Play will also enable other partners such as Fynd, Audio Compass, Apple Music and Sony LIV to build a truly interactive experience for its users. M&M, the major automobile maker who is known for making SUV in the luxury segment, is also integrating this technology into its vehicles, allowing complete solutions for the ride-sharing business.

Co-Founder and CEO at Ola, Bhavish Aggarwal said that his team is upbeat after launching Ola Play, the first connected car platform in the world for ridesharing and offering its esteemed consumers a truly unique experience.

According to Bhavesh, Ola is now clocking 60 million minutes of rides daily. Therefore any increase in consumer convenience and productivity will help it establish itself as the numero uno taxi service provider in the country. Ola Play is the world’s first ride sharing app which has been entirely designed and powered by an Indian Team in India. It also showcases the talent pool in the country that can rub shoulders and even outgun the best techno mind across the globe.

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