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Uber is testing a audio recording feature that lets riders report their driver

Updated: Feb 5

Uber is testing a new feature that would let passengers who felt unsafe record their driver's voice and report the incident to the company.

Jane Manchun Wong, tweeted Monday that Uber is testing a tool called "Record Audio" for people "uncomfortable with the ride.


In the screenshot you can see that the feature is a part of Uber's "Safety Toolkit," which includes sharing the trip status with family and friends, reporting issues and contacting police.


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