inDriver is an international ride-hailing service with more than 100 million users operating in 546 cities from 34 countries. inDriver is the 2nd largest ridesharing and taxi apps worldwide by downloads. The company operates in Russia, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Paraguay, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Botswana, Brazil, Mexico,
Guatemala, Colombia, Peru, El Salvador, Chile, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Panama, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Tanzania, South Africa, Kenya, Morocco, Uganda, Nigeria, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Pakistan. The company was founded in Yakutsk in 2013.
It is one of the fastest growing international passenger transport service operating on the Real-Time Deals model. In the inDriver app, all conditions of the trip are determined as a result of an agreement between passengers and drivers. inDriver works both in small towns with a population of 10 thousand inhabitants, often with weak internet and without maps of the settlement, and in the largest cities with the highest level of competition, successfully adapting to the needs of the residents of any settlement. The p2p business model of the service today meets the needs of people who are trying to get away from the dictates of price corporations while using the capabilities of IT technologies makes the passenger-driver relationship much more transparent. The demand for such a model is great in many parts of the world According to OZY, the fees that inDriver takes from drivers' receipts averages 5–8% of the fare, which is significantly less than other major ride-hailing services. Passengers make all payments for rides directly to drivers in cash or non-cash settlements. This helps make fare for rides with inDriver even lower. The inDriver mobile app is available on Android and iOS.