India’s most popular ride share service for tourists has opened in the city of Sinic, the capital of southern Tamil Nadu state.
The app, known as Sinic RideShare, allows riders to share a ride in a virtual taxi cab or a public bike and allows them to pay for the ride at the end.
The app lets users upload pictures and video of themselves on the app and the drivers can then pick up the passengers in a taxi.
Users can rent the taxi, which usually charges around $15 per trip.
There is no cost for the trip and passengers can take the ride for free.
For the trip to Sinic and back, passengers can use the app to upload a photo of themselves in a vehicle, the app says, which will help them find the taxi and their destination.
There is also a $5 fee to buy a ticket and an app fee for drivers.
Sinic Rideshare is one of several rideshare services in India that has launched in recent months in India.
In March, Uber Technologies India announced plans to launch a rideshare service in Hyderabad, a city in southern India, but the company has not yet launched a ride-hailing service in the Indian capital.