You should be aware of the following demands and expections as a Lyft Customer:
Registration: Users should be able to register and create accounts on the app using their phone number or email address.
Booking a Ride: Using the app, customers should be able to book a ride by specifying their pick-up and drop-off points and the kind of ride they want, such as Lyft Shared, Lyft, or Lyft XL.
Payment Integration: For seamless and cashless transactions, users should be able to safely add and save their payment information, such as credit or debit card information, to the app.
Ride tracking: Ride tracking should be possible through the app, along with the ability to see the driver's profile and the expected time of arrival.
Ride History: The app should keep track of past journeys, including route information and fare costs.
Notifications: The application should send users notifications about their rides in real time, including arrival times, driver information, and payment confirmation.
Support in-app: The app should offer a way for users to contact customer service or report problems with their ride.
Connection with Third-Party Apps: To offer precise routes and navigational information, the app should offer integration with third-party apps like Google Maps.