Ola is a ride-hailing app that has service providers in several countries including India, Australia, and the UK. Ola Driver is the driver app for this programme. From here, people can select passengers, reach the driver support staff, and deposit funds into a bank account.
Getting StartedWhen first setting up an account, you’ll need to submit copies of various documents. If you are a driver in the UK, for example, you’ll need to submit your private hire vehicle license and your vehicle insurance certificate. You’ll also need to link your banking info with your profile because you’ll receive daily payments from the app.
Plagued by issues
Although Ola operates on the same premise as Lyft and Uber, this application is plagued by bugs and poor service, unlike other similar apps. The application also is prone to shutting down without the driver realizing it. If you find someone who needs a lift, your phone may cancel the pickup without you realizing it.
Ola has also had issues in the past with security, and there was a data breach where personal info was leaked.
Soft on device resources
Although this programme sometimes has issues, it doesn’t take up much space on your device, nor is it taxing on your phone. It’s 55 megabytes, and you need Android 4.4 or a newer operating system to run Ola Driver. It’s an ok app, but other apps that are more reliable for drivers than this one.