A new ride-sharing app is ready to give Uber a headache, at least in London.

Estonian company Taxify, backed by China’s Didi Chuxing, is launching in the UK capital with the outright aim of snatching thousands of drivers and passengers away from Uber. 

Operating in 19 countries across Europe, Central America, and Africa, Taxify has 3,000 potential UK drivers who have signed up ahead of Tuesday, Sept. 5, when it will start its service.

In order to encourage Londoners to download and use the app, Taxify is offering a 50% discount to riders during September.  Read more…

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